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April 2017 | Austbrokers Terrace Insurance | Adelaide | Melbourne

Are Your Gadgets Spying On You?

From televisions to toasters, all kinds of devices are getting hooked up to the Internet. That’s bringing convenience, like air conditioning systems that can be activated remotely while you’re on your way home from work. But it’s also bringing new privacy concerns, as anything connected to the Internet tends to attract the attention of hackers. […]

Managing Cashflow In Your Business

Cash flow cripples more small businesses in this country than any other cause. Negotiating the right payment terms with customers and suppliers is key to avoiding cash flow disasters. Setting your payment terms up front with your customers—and knowing the payment terms of your own suppliers—means you can tackle cash flow head on from the […]

The History of Insurance

Whether it’s the birthplace of a nation, the emergence of a superhero or the humble beginnings of an industry, everything has an origin story. Insurance is no different. But the story of insurance is a whole lot more than a series of misadventures of a bumbling stunt driver or the romance between Rhonda and her […]

The Key To Business Growth

Business growth requires a solid foundation and a solid foundation is built on powerful risk-management. The message is simple. As a rule of thumb, when you cut your risk, you cut your losses and maximise profits. Failing to minimise risk, or failure to establish a risk management plan, is like ‘setting out to sea in […]

Renting Your House Out On Airbnb

Do you rent your house, or a room, out on Airbnb? Are you considering doing so? You might want to consider some of the following points from Murfett Legal: 1. Get permission: From your landlord if you’re renting. Maybe from council if you’re an owner. 2. Get proper insurance, security deposits and lock up your […]

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