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Spring is in the air!

Welcome to spring and our latest newsletter.

If you run a business and use trading stock for personal use, we recommend you take a few moments to read our first article. If selling into overseas markets is on the horizon, then our article on exporting will be a useful read. We also take a look at how we can reduce our anxiety about money.

How can we learn to think about and plan for a better future in the long term ... like, grandchildren-scale long term? We have included a TED Talk that explores this topic.

We finish up with some healthy eating inspiration.

If you have any questions about any of the articles in our latest newsletter please contact this office on 9999 9999 or peter.talty@clientcomm.com.au.

Regards,

Peter Talty

Do you use your trading stock for personal use?

If you take an item of your trading stock for private use, remember to include the value of the stock in your assessable income.

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How to start exporting

Selling into export markets is more complicated than dealing with domestic customers. It requires an understanding of the various logistical issues involved, a new skill set and a medium to long-term commitment to make the effort worthwhile. 

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The psychology of money

Money can make us anxious no matter how much we manage to save. Investors who succeed in building large portfolios and those with much more modest portfolios often share the same worry of whether they are saving enough – despite the difference in their wealth.

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3 ways to plan for the (very) long term

Watch this TED Talk to learn how we can learn to think about and plan for a better future in the long term.

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6 ways to eat healthily when you work from home

Cereal, anyone? Nutritionist Susie Burrell shares her secrets for eating right at lunchtime when you work from home, including her 6 tips for making this process easier.

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