Start-up businesses need to make one important decision from the outset – what type of business set-up will best suit your enterprise now?
Find out who are the winners and losers of Federal Budget 2017.
Trust structures and their use can often be misunderstood – in this article we demystify some of the jargon for you.
Government figures indicate that Australian employers currently spend around $2.5 billion each year to meet their PAYG withholding obligations. To reduce the onerous administrative overhead costs spent on payroll and employee reporting, the Government has introduced Single Touch Payroll (STP) legislation. In a nutshell, STP will require employers to utilise Standard Business Reporting (SBR) enabled…
What are Fuel Tax Credits? Fuel tax credits are available to businesses that use fuel to operate machinery, plant equipment, heavy vehicles and light vehicles travelling off public roads. The fuel tax credit is designed to credit businesses for the ‘fuel tax’ (excise or customs duty) included in the price of fuel. To be eligible…
It’s easy to get caught up in the spending trap and feel the pressure to get on the spending bandwagon. A budget enables you to think and consider carefully before committing to expenditure.
Scammers continue to target both individual and business taxpayers. So how can individuals and businesses protect themselves from online fraud and crime?
If you recently have or ever plan to apply for certain tax offsets, concessions or government benefits, the basis for eligibility can be determined based on your “adjusted taxable income” (ATI).
Succession planning is an essential part of business life, yet remains a perennially under-addressed issue. There are more than just tax issues to juggle!
It’s starting to feel a lot like Christmas! Have you started planning your staff Christmas party? Whilst feel free to pop a champagne bottle (or three), we recommend planning your party with the available Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT) exemptions in mind to save yourself a tax hangover. If you get it wrong, a Christmas…