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Hiya Gizmodo! My 15 year old son has really started getting into photography — it has quickly become one of his favourite subjects at school. I’d love to get him a decent camera (under $1000) that can grow with him and his skills, for a few years at least. What’s the best direction to go in? Cheers, Mum
We all have that one friend who arrives half an hour late to a group dinner or a colleague who can never manage to turn up to meetings on time. Maybe you are the one who is chronically late to everything. Here are a few ways you can battle chronic lateness. Use them for yourself or forward them onto your tardy friends.
We’re all guilty of it: the boss calls a team meeting during a busy time of the day. While you’re waiting for things to get started, you surreptitiously check your email. Then you start replying. Before you know it, the meeting is in full swing and you’re only half-listening as you continue to “multitask” on your phone or laptop. According to business website Entrepreneur, this is a terrible habit that we all need to break.
Small businesses across Australia have been mandated to sign up for SuperStream, an electronic reporting standard for superannuation payments to employees. The objective of SuperStream, which is managed by the Australian Tax Office (ATO), is to streamline the superannuation contributions payment and tracking process. The deadline for small businesses to be on-board with SuperStream is looming.
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