Will your business be denied this tax deduction? Non-compliance with the new PAYG Withholding rules could cost your business thousands in income tax. Are you a business owner with employees or contractors? You need to be aware that new PAYG withholding rules are now in place to deny tax deductions for salary and wages…
Single Touch Payroll has now extended to all employers. Is your business ready? For a couple of years now, there has been a great deal of talk about Single Touch Payroll (STP). Single Touch Payroll was introduced on 1st July 2018 for all businesses with 20 or more employees. However, the law was recently…
With the end of the financial year only a few days away, you still have time to take action to legally reduce your small business tax liability for 2017.
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.
Scammers continue to target both individual and business taxpayers. So how can individuals and businesses protect themselves from online fraud and crime?
Is there a problem with using your company’s assets for yourself? Assets that belong to your business but that are being used for your own benefit or enjoyment can potentially trigger a tax issue known as ‘Division 7A’.
Business owners are often unaware of what Payroll Tax is and when the obligations for payroll tax arise. Our blog article here examines the details of Payroll Tax – minus the technical jargon, so you, the business owner, are absolutely clear on how Payroll Tax affects you and your business.
The final tranche of 2015 small business budget announcements have made it into law, now expanding the tax relief available for small businesses to change the legal structure of their business.