A Monkey, A Dog And An Explanation of Copyright

If you film a monkey who has the copyright? You, right? What if you are interviewed, do you own the rights? And if you recorded the sound? Or if it was filmed? What if someone uploads it to social media? The Basics of Copyright Making a Monkey of Copyright Videography Exceptions Social Media Interviews Computer […]

The Path to Permanent Residency in Australia

Generally, it is a good idea to become somewhat familiar with the country before starting the pursuit of permanent residency. For that there are a couple of visa options to get you out and about in Australia. Tourist Visa Working Holiday Visa Application Process Student Visa Permanent Residency Conclusion Tourist Visa Australia is a great […]

The Ultimate Guide to Commercial Leases

It can feel somewhat daunting to be investing in a commercial lease in Australia which is why we’re going to cover information that will ease the process and reduce the stress. We are going to cover how make sure you are entering a smooth and secure negotiation that ensures your investment stands the best chance […]

Contractor vs Employee in the Gig Economy

Contractor vs Employee in the Gig Economy The media keeps reporting that the gig economy is on the rise, but how does that affect your business? Are the people that you hired employees or contractors? The employment contract may say one way or the other but in the eyes of the law that is up […]

The Conveyancing Process | Simplified

Wondering what conveyancing is? Well put simply it’s the transfer of ownership of a property from one party to another. Pretty simple right? Sadly, I’d be wrong to believe that. Usually it involves several steps that can get quite complicated. These differ from if you are the party purchasing the property or if you’re selling […]

The Commercial Leases Cheat Sheet | Infogaphic

The Commercial Leases Cheat Sheet We’ve put together a Commercial Leases Cheat Sheet to keep the process simple for you should you be looking at taking on a tenant or moving into a new space. If you have any queries feel free to get in contact and we’ll do our best to answer your questions. […]

Awarded Teddington Professional Service

Teddington is thrilled to be honoured as a finalist in the Optus My Business Awards. We believe this is through our service to our wonderful clients and all the success that they achieve. Teddington has been shortlisted as a finalist in the professional services category at the 2018 Optus My Business Awards, which showcases the […]

Gig economy flexing the definitions of an independent contractor vs an employee

The gig economy has opened new ways of getting work down for your business at lower costs and responsibility. Looking at uber demonstrates an ability to outsource the grunt work of an operation to individuals, keeping costs and responsibilities low. While both the UK and USA have ruled that uber drivers are in fact employees, […]

Chinese Business World from the Ground

David Thomas, President of the Australia China SME Association, provides a hands-on view of the Chinese business world, popular views and trends within the economy. It highlights a fantastic opportunity to steer your business to new, broader and richer seas. President Xi is popular and highly respected David found that everyone he met expressed their […]

Limited Resource Borrowing Arrangements (LRBA) for Self-Managed Super Funds are in perilous shape.

Your fate with Limited Resource Borrowing Arrangements is shaky as Westpac Group is no longer offering these products. The group, including Westpac, St. George, Bank of Melbourne and Bank of SA, will continue to honour existing loans however it may indicate that other banks are likely to follow suit. With the heat of the Banking […]