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Lets Talk Business – May 12 2019

As we enter the final week of the election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten are pulling out the big guns to grab your vote.

As today Liberal Party launch, Morrison announced a Coalition government will underwrite home loan deposits for first-home buyers, who cannot reach the 20 per cent that most banks require.

Labor have agreed to match this policy but some are worried this will have some negative impacts and if it really will encourage first-home buyers to enter the market.

The Property Council of Australia’s chief executive Ken Morrison says the new policy is a good sign for first home buyers.

And because its Mother’s Day, mother and daughter duo Amber and Jo Quigly from the Infant Boutique and Gourmet Baskets will join us to discuss just how working alongside your relatives in business can provide you with the flexibility and space needed to grow not only your family, but your business as well.

Peter Switzer details what are the key “takeaway” lessons we can learn from the likes of some of our biggest fast food chains in Australia.

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Brooke Corte