Cutomer Story: Minerra, Analytics Solutions
Discover how Minerra has overhauled their contracts using Zegal to create a streamlined system that takes minutes to execute
Pitfalls of Setting Up Business in Australia
There are always pitfalls to any location for your business. Australia has some downsides to look at before you decide to set up shop.
How has Covid-19 impacted the Australian property market?
As Australia endures COVID-19 lockdown restrictions it has been a tumultuous time for the economy and property markets.
E-sign Laws: Australia
If you're keen to take your signing online, most countries, like Australia, legally accept e-signatures. Here are the specific rules
A Guide to Australia’s Taxation System
Australia’s taxation system has been recently revised. Before doing business in Australia, it is important to know the tax rates.
Is It Illegal To Eat and Drive?
Is it illegal to eat and drive? No, it's not illegal to eat while driving but it might distract you and cause an accident. Learn More.
Australian Corporations Act: What are Replaceable Rules?
Here we'll explain the replaceable rules as detailed in the Australia Corporations Act and the benefits and pitfalls of choosing them for your new business
Company Incorporation Step by Step: Australia
Simple instructions to set up your business in Australia with all the agreements and forms to get your start up on the right track for success.
E-sign Laws: Hong Kong
Wondering about the legality of electronic signatures? You should know how to incorporate this easy tech solution into your business
Airbnb rentals legality around the globe
How do the laws around short term rental sites differ from Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia? Find out before you put your flat up on Airbnb to rent
The ABCs of Annual General Meetings
Here are the full rules on Annual General Meetings for Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, UK, Cayman & British Virgin Islands.
Do I Need an ABN to Invoice?
Whether you're a freelancer, contractor or employer, know when you need an ABN to invoice, what falls within the exceptions, and how to apply
Defamation Laws in Australia – The Proposed Changes
The Defamation Laws in Australia have seen proposed amendments, read on to learn about them and the history of defamation laws in Australia.
Everyone from business owners to consumers should avoid unconscionable contracts. Learn the ins and out of unconscionable contracts.
Australian Government’s R&D Tax Incentive
With the Australian government’s R&D Tax Incentive package, R&D is no longer exclusive to big corporations with deep pockets.
Labour Hire Licencing Act in Australia: What you need to know
To combat the exploitation of workers, Victoria has enacted the Labour Hire Licencing Act. Here's what you need to know about it
5 Australian Startups that Expanded Internationally – How they did it
Only one in five Australian startups makes the leap to the international market. Here's five examples that successfully expanded, and how they did it.
Full Time vs Part Time, What are the Legal Differences?
As a business owner, it is imperative to understand the difference between full-time vs part-time employment to comply with laws. Learn more
Common Legal Issues Businesses Face And How To Avoid Them
Hiring legal representation for your business is not cheap. Fortunately there are several other ways to prevent costly and lengthy legal disputes.
How to Start a Business in Australia as a Foreigner
Are you a foreigner planning to set up a business in Australia? Make sure you go through this article before proceeding ahead. Click Here.
What is a Common Seal?
Common Seals, also known as company seals or corporate seals, are common in business transactions. Learn the requirements for Australia’s common seals.
All about tax free threshold in Australia.
The tax free threshold in Australia is $18,200 for Australian residents where as foreign can not apply for tax free threshold.
What are the Australian PAYG (Pay As You Go) Tax Instalments? Do I Need Them?
Pay As You Go (PAYG) Tax Instalments in Australia are causing confusion, find out exactly what you need to do to benefit from this system.
Is there a minimum wage in Australia?
A minimum wage in Australia is determine by FWC. employers and employees cannot be paid less than their applicable wage, even if they agree to it