26 April 2021
Superannuation Funds For Children – Why Is It A Good Idea
Superannuation Funds For Children – Why Is It A Good Idea?
It’s likely that you’re already aware that people can put money into their super up until they reach 67 years, and probably already do so yourself. […]
22 April 2021
How Does A No Interest Loan Work
How Does A No Interest Loan Work?
Sometimes there are a few unexpected expenses that can impact on our financial situations, and make things just a little more difficult to deal with. The […]
21 April 2021
What Is A Retirement Planning Scheme
What Is A Retirement Planning Scheme?
With a significant number of Australians approaching retirement and looking at the best ways to maximise their retirement assets and income from their super for it, […]
19 April 2021
Employing A Talent Acquisition Strategy For Your Businesss Employment Needs
Employing A Talent Acquisition Strategy For Your Business’s Employment Needs
It’s a daunting task, seeking someone who can fill a specific position that your business needs filled. It’s important that irrespective of how the economy is […]
19 April 2021
The Sharing Economy And Your Tax Return – How You Could Be Affected
The Sharing Economy And Your Tax Return – How You Could Be Affected
In Australia any income earned by a job may be considered to be taxable income. Those who receive their income via the sharing economy are no […]
16 April 2021
Outsourcing Models – How To Know Whats Right For You
Outsourcing Models – How To Know What’s Right For You
When a business cannot deal with the workload in house, a candidate or party outside of the business is often hired to assist in performing those […]
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25 February 2021
What you need to know about luxury car tax
What you need to know about luxury car tax
Luxury car tax or LCT is a 33% tax on cars that have a value (including GST) above the set threshold. However, the tax is only […]
18 February 2021
Records you need to keep on rental properties
Records you need to keep on rental properties
When you own a rental property, keeping records is important. These will help you meet tax obligations. Generally, only individuals with their names on the title […]
16 February 2021
The amounts you dont need to include as income
The amounts you don’t need to include as income
Amounts which are not classified as income are split into 3 categories. Exempt income This is income that you do not pay tax on, although, some […]
5 February 2021
Tax treatment of insurance payments for damaged or destroyed property after a disaster
Tax treatment of insurance payments for damaged or destroyed property after a disaster
The Australian weather can be unpredictable, resulting in intense weather conditions. Bushfires, severe storms or floods can cause personal properties and assets a lot of damage. […]
28 January 2021
Tax registration for trusts as trustees and beneficiaries
Tax registration for trusts as trustees and beneficiaries
Trusts have their own tax file number (TFN) that should be used to complete tax returns. Trusts are also able to apply for an Australian business […]
21 January 2021
Taxation of your unused leave when leaving a job
Taxation of your unused leave when leaving a job
When your job ends, whether there has been a termination of employment or redundancy you will receive a payment for unused leave. This payment will be […]
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 […]
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