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14 January 2021
Fuel tax credits for businesses
Fuel tax credits for businesses
The government provides fuel tax credits for businesses with a credit for the fuel tax (excise or customs) that is included in the price of fuel […]
14 January 2021
Protecting yourself from super scams
Protecting yourself from super scams
Superannuation is an attractive target for scammers as a significant volume of funds are placed into super funds by Australians. There are some straightforward steps you […]
14 January 2021
Responding to negative feedback
Responding to negative feedback
The internet and social media have made it all too easy for customers to relay their feedback to businesses. This can be a great thing because […]
14 January 2021
Vaccine to boost the economy
Vaccine to boost the economy
Experts have stated that the accelerated rollout of the Coronavirus vaccine will provide the economy and budget with a much-needed boost. The treasurer was against extending […]
7 January 2021
Collaboration to grow business
Collaboration to grow business
Businesses can gain a lot from collaboration, regardless of the industry they are in. The following are some reasons why businesses should care about collaboration. Get […]
7 January 2021
Finding your lost super
Finding your lost super
Changing of name, address or job can mean that you lose track of some of your super. This means that there is money that belongs to […]
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14 January 2021
Fuel tax credits for businesses
Fuel tax credits for businesses
The government provides fuel tax credits for businesses with a credit for the fuel tax (excise or customs) that is included in the price of fuel […]
7 January 2021
Lodging your business activity statement
Lodging your business activity statement
Businesses that are registered for GST are required to lodge a business activity statement (BAS). These assist in the reporting and payment of: Goods and services […]
18 December 2020
What do tax audits involve
What do tax audits involve?
Tax audits are conducted when the ATO deems that a more extensive examination of an issue is necessary. These audits can be conducted on a fairly […]
11 December 2020
How to reduce the tax you pay
How to reduce the tax you pay
There are various potential ways you can reduce the tax you pay. You may be entitled to tax deductions, offsets or you may choose to opt […]
4 December 2020
What record keeping requirements does the ATO have in place
What record-keeping requirements does the ATO have in place?
Record-keeping, if done well, can help running a business much easier. It gives you an overview of the business’ financial progress so that owners can assess […]
1 December 2020
Tax contributions on your super
Tax contributions on your super
How much tax you pay on your super contributions and withdrawals depends on a variety of factors. The process takes into account your total super amount, […]
20 November 2020
Small business CGT concessions
Small business CGT concessions
Businesses receive four different types of concessions on top of CGT exemptions and rollovers which are available to everyone. These allow businesses to disregard or defer […]
13 November 2020
Claiming your tax deductions
Claiming your tax deductions
There are different types of deductions that individuals can claim to reduce their taxable income. Work-related expenses In order to claim work-related tax deductions, the expenses […]
6 November 2020
How are investments taxed
How are investments taxed?
Investment income needs to be included when conducting tax returns. This includes any income acquired through interest, dividends, rent, managed funds distributions, and capital gains. The […]
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