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Finance

Receipts and proof of purchase

A receipt or proof of purchase is a document that you provide to your customers as record of their purchase of your goods or services. A receipt can be in the form of a tax invoice, or a printed cash register or hand written receipt.

Planning

A business or a hobby?

Understand the difference between a business or a hobby. Deciding if you are a business or hobby can affect your taxation, licensing and insurance requirements so it's important to get it right.

Products & services

Importing and exporting

Import and export licensing and Australian Customs requirements. Expand your business by exporting to new markets or import goods that aren't locally available.

Grants & assistance

State Heritage Register Emergency Works Funding NSW

  • Open

Provides owners and managers of a State Heritage Register listed item or items with a current Interim Heritage Order with funding of between $1,000 and $10,000 to help them protect and / or repair damage caused by unexpected events such as an extreme storm or accident.

Who can apply:

At a minimum, you must:

  • be an individual, organisation, community group, trustee or a local NSW council
  • be the owner (or long-term lessee where the lease is 20+ years) and manager of a State Heritage Register listed item or item with a current Interim Heritage Order within New South Wales
  • have legal responsibility for the item’s repair and maintenance.

 Other eligibility requirements may apply.

Products & services

Australian standards

It's important to know about Australian Standards when selling products and services. There may be mandatory standards you must follow, as well as voluntary standards that may be good practice in business and help differentiate you from competitors.

Expertise & advice

WA Business Assist

This business advice centre provides businesses across the north Perth metropolitan region with advice, support, training and mentoring to help them build and develop sustainable businesses.

WA
Centre for Defence Industry Capability

Get involved in the defence industry

The Government is investing $200 billion to modernise Australia’s defence capability. Australian businesses, large and small, will be essential to delivering these new capabilities.