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  1. 20 Aug, 2018
    Are you holding back your business?
    Overcoming the biggest problems in business often comes down to the simple things. Here are a few simple things you can do to capitalise on your opportunities and reduce your risks.
  2. 13 Aug, 2018
    Clothing deductions hung out to dry
    The Australian Taxation Office is closely examining work-related clothing and laundry expense claims of taxpayers submitting their 2017-18 tax returns.
  3. 06 Aug, 2018
    Will Australians pay more for a good cause?
    In the same month that desperate farmers made headlines preparing to destroy starving flocks and pleading with the public to pay a few cents more for their dairy products, Dick Smith’s nationalistic brand announced its closure. The question is, will Australians pay more for a cause?
  4. 30 Jul, 2018
    $20k accelerated deductions for small business extended another year
    The ability for small business entities to claim an immediate deduction for assets costing less than $20,000 has been extended for another 12 months until 30 June 2019.
  5. $10k limit on cash payments to business
    23 Jul, 2018
    $10k limit on cash payments to business
    One of the interesting approaches to tackling the black economy in the recent 2018-19 Federal Budget was the announcement of a $10,000 limit on cash payments to business.
  6. When can you take your super?
    23 Jul, 2018
    When can you take your super?
    The cash sitting in your superannuation fund can be tempting, particularly if you are short of cash. But, the reality is there are very few ways you can take advantage of your superannuation once it has been contributed to the fund – even if you change your mind.
  7. New minimum pay rates from 1 July 2018
    16 Jul, 2018
    New minimum pay rates from 1 July 2018
    New award wages and allowances come into effect from 1 July 2018. If you’re an employer, it’s important that you are aware of the new rates and apply them. The Fair Work Ombudsman’s online Pay Calculator can help you determine the right rates to apply.
  8. 1 July 2018 Personal income tax cuts
    09 Jul, 2018
    1 July 2018 Personal income tax cuts
    New personal income tax rates come into effect from 1 July 2018.
  9. Company tax change in limbo
    02 Jul, 2018
    Company tax change in limbo
    An issue that many business owners and investors will need to grapple with is uncertainty on the tax rate that applies to companies for the year ended 30 June 2018 and the maximum franking rate on dividends paid during the 2018 income year.
  10. Who gets a tax cut from 1 July?
    25 Jun, 2018
    Who gets a tax cut from 1 July?
    1 July 2018 is the start date for the seven year income tax plan announced in the recent 2018-19 Federal Budget. The seven year plan benefits low and middle income earners in the first few years before expanding out to a broader restructure of the tax rates and brackets for everyone.
  11. What’s changing on 1 July 2018?
    11 Jun, 2018
    What’s changing on 1 July 2018?
    Read on for the summary on key changes for Individuals, Businesses and Superannuation.
  12. Year End Strategies for 2018
    02 May, 2018
    Year End Strategies for 2018
    In this guide: • Property investment tax tips • Preparing for year end • Preparing for Single Touch Payroll • Keeping on top of your bookkeeping • ATO targeting holiday homes • End of financial year: super strategies • Year end 2018 checklist • Deadline approaching for CGT relief • Getting GST right • Crackdown: work-related expenses
  13. A survey of Australian SMEs has found that they prefer fixed-fee billing from their accountant
    12 Apr, 2018
    A survey of Australian SMEs has found that they prefer fixed-fee billing from their accountant
    We are proud to say that we’ve been a fixed price billing Accountant for many years now.
  14. Single Touch Payroll: what you need to know
    28 Mar, 2018
    Single Touch Payroll: what you need to know
    Single Touch Payroll (STP) – the direct reporting of salary and wages, PAYG withholding and superannuation contribution information to the ATO – comes into effect from 1 July 2018.
  15. 12 Mar, 2018
    What you need to know about FBT 2018
    The Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) year ends on 31 March. We’ve outlined the key hot spots for employers and employees.
  16. FBT Hot Spots
    12 Feb, 2018
    The ATO’s FBT Hot Spots
    The Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) year ends on 31 March
  17. Directors on ‘hit list’ for not paying employee super
    05 Feb, 2018
    Directors on ‘hit list’ for not paying employee super
    Proposed legislation would see the ATO pursue criminal charges against Directors who fail to meet their superannuation guarantee (SG) obligations.
  18. 01 Feb, 2018
    Introducing our new team members
    We welcome some new team members this month!
  19. New data breach laws come into effect
    15 Jan, 2018
    New data breach laws come into effect
    New data breach rules in effect from 22 February 2018 place an onus on business to protect and notify individuals whose personal information is involved in a data breach that is likely to result in ‘serious harm’.
  20. Why ‘property flipping’ is the next ATO target
    01 Dec, 2017
    Why ‘property flipping’ is the next ATO target
    The tax law does not allow you to ‘flip’ a property tax-free even if you are living in it. Most people think that they can move into a property, renovate it, and then sell it without paying tax.
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