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Plan and forecast

You've probably done a lot of thinking about your business already, but writing your thoughts down in a planning template and forecasting document can help you solidify them and recognise any gaps. Plus it’s important to regularly revisit your planning documents as your business changes.

 

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Set up accounts

Setting up the right combination of transaction and savings accounts, along with the online banking option that's right for you, could help you streamline your payments and make it easier to stay on top of your business's cashflow.

Tools to help you get started

Your business plan blueprint

Use our business planning infographic as a guide for what planning and forecasting you need to complete.

Business plan template

Download our business plan template and start capturing your planning on paper.

SWOT analysis

'SWOT' stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. It's an analysis that helps to fine-tune your business strategy.

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ANZ Business Insights gives you free access to real time data and online reports that can help inform your business decisions.

Setting up your SME for the new FY

For thousands of business owners around the country the annual end of financial year (EOFY) season can bring a sense of dread as they juggle the demands of closing out the fiscal year while trying to keep the business humming.

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Whether your business is big or small, global or local, ANZ's business bankers can help. We will get to know you and your business and offer smart, personalised banking ideas and solutions.

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