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How to set your business up for success during silly season

Our best business accounting tips to help you see through the silly season!

It’s been a strange year for all, but regardless, Christmas time comes with both its gifts and challenges for businesses. For retailers, it’s the busiest and most hectic time of y…

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Christmas VS Fringe Benefits Tax

Make sure to be aware of FBT before you start planning all your work Christmas festivities!

The end of the year is creeping up, and so are all the Christmas festivities. As a small business owner, you may be wondering what kind of gifts you can give to your employees and…

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Payroll Management for Small Businesses

Here are several things you can do to help manage your small business payroll better!

If you’re a small business owner, one of the trickiest (and potentially most tedious) tasks of the job is managing your payroll. Managing your small business payroll can feel over…

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Don’t miss the tax return deadline!

There is less than a month left before you should lodge your tax return if you are opting to do it yourself.

Tax return time can bring many both excitement and dread. Getting some of your hard-earned money back is always welcomed but lodging your tax return can be a task many put off unt…

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Let’s Talk About Cashflow

The success of a business is often measured using cashflow, as it is a key indicator of financial health and of a business is viable and successful - read more here!

Cashflow is extremely important for businesses of all sizes. It is basically the net change in your company’s cash position from one time period to the next. If your incoming cash …

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Is it time to incorporate my business?

Starting out your own small business is an exciting and admirable task. So what should you do once you’re ready for the next step?

Starting out your own small business is an exciting and admirable task. So what should you do once you’re ready for the next step? When most small business start out, they begi…

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5 things to ask your accountant that can help your business save

There is never a wrong time to start asking the right questions to your accountant about how your business can better save.

Whether you have just hired a business accountant, are switching accountants, already have an accountant or are just considering it, there is never a wrong time to start asking th…

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How to keep personal and business finances separate

If you haven’t got that clear line between your business finance and personal finance established yet, don’t stress! It’s never too late to start.

It’s easier than you’d think to get your business finances and personal finances mixed up. No matter the size of your business, it is always a good idea to keep business finance a…

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How to transition from in-house to outsourced accounting

Our top tips on how to smoothly transition your business from in-house accounting to outsourced accounting

If your business is starting to grow, self-managing your finances can start to be difficult and overwhelming. It’s not uncommon for businesses who start out doing their accounting…

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The biggest EOFY mistakes businesses make

There are a handful of mistakes commonly made by businesses at the end of the financial year that are well worth keeping your eye out for.

The end of the financial year has a habit of creeping up on us, but it’s not a time you want your business to enter unprepared. There are a handful of mistakes commonly made b…

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Taxable Payments Annual Report

TPAR is the third party reporting of particular tax related information to the ATO by suppliers of certain services.

Taxable Payments Annual Report Running a successful small business can be an extremely rewarding endeavour. However, it does come with its fair share of challenges. There are s…

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Top tips on the hottest tax deductions

Here are a few different things that are worth claiming in your tax return that you might not know about!

Top tips on the hottest tax deductions One of the best and easiest ways to help with your personal tax return and give it a little boost is to take advantage of all the differe…

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Planning to claim for clothing and laundry expenses this year? Find out how the ATO crackdown may affect you…

The ATO has vowed to crack down this year on clothing and laundry expenses. What are they on the lookout for? Here’s what you need to know before claiming…

  It’s that time of year again when business owners start to complete their tax returns for the previous tax year. But it’s also the time when the Australian Tax Office (ATO…

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2018 Changes / Key Announcements

Here is a summary of the changes to be aware of and announcements that will potentially affect you for the year ending 30th June 2018 or will come into effect as of 1st July 2018.

Below is a summary of the changes to be aware of and announcements that will potentially affect you for the year ending 30th June 2018 or will come into effect as of 1st July 2018…

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9 ways you can pay less tax (but you need to act quickly)

Time is running out. If you want to take a few simple preventative measures to minimise or defer how much tax you will pay for this Financial Year, you need to do two things.

Time is running out. If you want to take a few simple preventative measures to minimise or defer how much tax you will pay for this Financial Year, you need to do two things: …

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Unmasking Liability: 6 signs that contractor is really your employee

In a lot of situations, hiring a contractor to get a particular job done makes perfect sense. It may require expertise or skills none of your employees has.

In a lot of situations, hiring a contractor to get a particular job done makes perfect sense. It may require expertise or skills none of your employees has. You may only need some…

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Smart ways to ease yourself into retirement, pay less tax and boost your super

Two things first up: (1) If you want to (or have to) work past the age of 55, you need to read this article; or (2) If you know someone else who that applies to, please forward them this article or a link to it.

Two things first up: (1) If you want to (or have to) work past the age of 55, you need to read this article; or (2) If you know someone else who that applies to, please forw…

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