June 30 brings a lot of deadlines with the end of financial year. But that doesn’t mean that there isn’t anything you can do to boost your super before we are hit with the end of the month. The best
I have completed 3 consecutive tax seasons now and some of my most frequently asked questions revolved around what my clients filled out when they put in their Tax File Number Declaration with their employer.
The humble Tax file
With the Federal election in our mist and the war on budgets plastered all over the media you have probably heard a lot about the instant asset write-off changes.
Finally the Treasury Laws Amendment (Increasing the Instant Asset Write-Off for Small
Businesses that advertise as “cash only” can expect a visit from the taxation office in the upcoming financial year.
Peter Holt, the ATO’s Commissioner Assistant has stated that in the 2019/20 financial year, the ATO will be visiting a
Legislation recently passed requires ALL EMPLOYERS, big or small, to send a report to the ATO after every pay run, starting 1 July.
No more paper ledgers or using Excel spreadsheets to print payslips. And gone will be the days
The demise of several high-profile Retail brands to go insolvent in Australia in the last 12 months is significant – and if it has taught us anything – you can’t stand still.
The most common reasons business fail:
Most Australians are pretty ambivalent when it comes to to taking proactive action about managing their Superannuation.
Did you know?
- Australians are paying $2.6 billion extra a year because of the number of individuals who have multiple Superannuation funds – doubling the cost
With the well earned December/January holiday season upon us, many of you will be planning to reward staff with a celebratory party or event. However, there are important issues to consider, including the possible FBT and income tax implications of
Recently, our Partner Sam Young sat down with Maria Paterakis to talk about the importance of Financial Planning for Retirement.
The SIX things everyone needs to know about their retirement planning:
1.Don’t delay. People come to see Financial Planner’s when
Yesterday was the last day self-preparers could get their 2017/18 tax lodgement in before the October 31 tax deadline. Here is what you should know if you missed the cut off:
What Should I Do Now?
If you missed