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Find more information below about starting your own business.

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Are you new to business? To help you get started, the Australian Government has developed a Starting your business checklist covering many of the basic issues you need to consider.

The checklist contains a series of questions to guide you through the various stages of your business, including before you start, when you start, when you buy and when you run your business.

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If you’re ready to grow your business by taking the next step online or using social media, the Digital Ready for Business program is here to help. The program has been developed to empower Tasmanian small and medium businesses to take charge of their online presence and develop an online strategy that really works.

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When you start a business, there are tax and super responsibilities you need to be aware of, including:

  • the tax implications of your business structure
  • whether you’re entitled to an ABN External Link
  • registering your business
  • records you need to keep
  • deductions you can claim.

We provide information about the key things you need to know and do when starting your own business.

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WorkSafe Victoria is the trading name of the Victorian WorkCover Authority, a statutory authority of the state government of Victoria, Australia.

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SelfStart is here to support you through the first stages of starting your own business. From planning, validating your idea, finding local support, through to perfecting your pitch. This site contains information and links to existing resources under 11 topic areas.

SelfStart is here to support you through the first stages of starting your own business. From planning, validating your idea, finding local support, through to perfecting your pitch. This site contains information and links to existing resources under 11 topic areas.

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Driven by potent forces like connected technology, waning job security, globalisation and the rise of project work, more and more people are choosing to spread their wings and fly solo, creating a business with life.

Once considered the poor cousin of a proper job, participants in this soloism movement now command respect and admiration. No longer the preserve of a small band of young audacious entrepreneurs, we have now firmly infiltrated the mainstream. And the stampede to soloism continues to gather pace.

SelfStart is here to support you through the first stages of starting your own business. From planning, validating your idea, finding local support, through to perfecting your pitch. This site contains information and links to existing resources under 11 topic areas.

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