I am from the government and am here to help

I am from the government and am here to help.  These are possibly the 10 most dangerous words in the English language so said Ronald Reagan.

But if you are in small business, just register for this webinar to learn:

what government is doing to help small business.

You get to listen to:

  • ATO tell you how to pay as much tax as possible in the most efficient way, but not yet in the Alberici way (on revenue);
  • ASIC to tell how you can comply with their labyrinthine and capricious regulations all while daydreaming of Kafka;
  • FWO to tell you how to destroy to relations with your workforce; and
  • ACCC to learn who not to complain to when a government protected business comes gunning for you.

And of course the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman will tell you how wonderful a job government is doing.

The Australia Government – the best friend of Australian small business.

LMAO.

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12 Responses to I am from the government and am here to help

  1. wal1957

    If they did absolutely bloody nothing,…nothing, we would still be better off.

  2. Dr Fred Lenin

    That slogan reminds me of “trust me I’m a lawyer”. Sort of bullshit words ,governments are full of it

  3. NB

    Oh, Spartacus, don’t you know the government created oh so many jobs for small businesses during the last year.

  4. EvilElvis

    And that’s just one layer of government…

  5. Let alone the crushing compliances that crony wannabe big business forces on little ones.

    Rule 1 in Australia – don’t employ anybody.

  6. Habib

    I try to avoid taking advice from my enemy.

  7. OneWorldGovernment

    The revolution will have commenced when the offices of the ATO, ACCC, ASIC and FWO are burnt to the ground and all legislation pertaining thereto is also burnt.

    Then we will have had a bonfire of the vanities.

  8. OneWorldGovernment

    There is no longer a country called Australia.

    What we have is UNaustralia.

  9. Mother Lode

    When the government layers on too many rules, regulations and imposts, and the burden is too clearly so arduous that it is crushing the golden geese, it conceived that the solututionis more government.

    So they assign more bureaucrats to tell businesses that they have a solution to o make it more bearable: of course, the onus is on business to make the government’s schemes work.

  10. Tombell

    Unfortunately most politicians are utterly convinced they ( and their bureaucracies)
    are the answer .

  11. H B Bear

    Why doesn’t the government hire another 50 people and create an app?

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