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11th December 2019

PAYG and deductions for payments to workers

The ATO has reminded business taxpayers they can no longer claim deductions for certain payments to workers if they have not met their PAYG withholding obligations from 1 July 2019....

Super Human Tax Savings From 1 July 2019 Using The Carry Forward Super Concessional Contribution Caps

15th November 2019


- From 1 July 2019, if you have a total superannuation balance of less than $500,000 on 30 June of the previous financial year, you may be entitled to contribute more than the concessional contribution cap and make additional concessional contributions for any unused amounts from previous years going back to 2018-19....

Why is it Important to Strategically Tax Plan All Year Round?

11th November 2019

Forward-thinking the act of thinking about and planning for the future, not just the present....

5 small business trends we should be thinking about ahead of 2020

24th October 2019

1. Small businesses with big data...


22nd October 2019

- We are now using Xero in our Accounting firm – Xero is an easy to use but powerful online accounting system that’s designed specifically for small businesses like yours....

Single Touch Payroll (STP) - Action required before 1 July 2019

3rd May 2019

Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a new way of reporting tax and super information to the ATO. STP works by sending tax and super information from your payroll or accounting software to the ATO as you run your payroll. Large employers with 20 or more employees were required to use STP from 1 July 2018....


6th April 2019

The revenue threshold for accessing the $30,000 write-off has been raised from $10 million to $50 million, and it can be used multiple times for multiple assets....

A hidden tax on divorce: What you need to know

28th August 2017

Tax is probably one of the least concerns for two people in the unfortunate event of a divorce. However, often overlooked changes made by the ATO in July 2014 has meant that many couples going through divorce be left with excessive and hefty tax bills....

“Foreign until proven otherwise”: New ATO rule burdens Australian buyers and sellers of property above $750,000

22nd August 2017

As of the 1st of July 2017, a new ATO law regarding the sale of properties for more than $750,000 has come into action, affecting all buyers and sellers of residential and commercial property, vacant land, leaseholds and strata title schemes....

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