Business Advice

eWAY works with merchants to increase your business’ sales and reap the benefits of reaching your paying customers no matter where they are or what device they’re using.

We also know that setting up an online business takes time and effort, we did it all those years ago! Our CEO Matt Bullock says you should look for expert advice in establishing your business so here are some links which we think can help you:

Australian Government | Business – business.gov.au

Successful Business Checklist

The Australian Government is very focussed on assisting merchants establish and run successful businesses. This site provides information, advice and checklists to ensure you investing time into proper planning and that you have the required skills and of course a long-term vision to grow and succeed.

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Australian Government | Australian Taxation Office

Business Structure

The Australian Taxation Office understands that starting a business is a big decision, and needs careful research and planning well before you start trading. To begin with, you need to figure out what type of business you're going to operate and then design a structure to suit that business type. You'll need to think about the most appropriate billing, paying and record-keeping systems for it. It's essential you find out sooner rather than later what your tax and superannuation obligations are going to be and whether or not you need to register your business.

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Australian Small Business Commissioner Logo

Tax and Legal Obligations

It is difficult to know where to begin when starting your own business. It’s important to consider whether you really understand what's involved and that you are aware of your tax and legal obligations.

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Digital Business | your guide to getting online

Transition to e-commerce

Want to get your business or community organisation online, but don’t know where to start? Need some help with your transition to e-commerce? Or do you just want practical advice about the internet and what it means for your organisation?

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