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Last chance for $20,000 instant asset write-off ceases on 30 June 2018 and reverts back to $1,000 from 1 July 2018. Small Business Depreciation – Last Chance For $20,000 Instant Write-off - 16th April 2018
Last chance for $20,000 instant asset write-off ceases on 30 June 2018 and reverts back to $1,000 from 1 July 2018.
Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a government initiative to streamline and simplify the way businesses report to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Single Touch Payroll is coming, are you ready? - 13th April 2018
Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a government initiative to streamline and simplify the way businesses report to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
Unless you are in the business of rental property investing, most residential rental property investors can no longer claim a deduction. Property investors reminded of new deduction rules - 6th April 2018
Unless you are in the business of rental property investing, most residential rental property investors can no longer claim a deduction.
ASIC has recently released a report setting out the details of the changes made by the big four banks to remove unfair terms from their small business loan contracts of up to $1 million. ASIC reports on changes to small business loan contracts - 23rd March 2018
ASIC has recently released a report setting out the details of the changes made by the big four banks to remove unfair terms from their small business loan contracts of up to $1 million.
Website: Media release - ASIC reports on changes to small business loan contracts by big four banks
To protect honest, compliant Australian businesses, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has placed a strong emphasis on targeting the cash and hidden economy. ATO Targeting cash only businesses - 29th January 2018
To protect honest, compliant Australian businesses, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has placed a strong emphasis on targeting the cash and hidden economy.
The ATO is warning self-managed super fund (SMSF) trustees about the risks of some emerging retirement  planning arrangements. SMSFs warned of risky retirement planning - 18th December 2017
The ATO is warning self-managed super fund (SMSF) trustees about the risks of some emerging retirement planning arrangements.
The ATO is cracking down on individuals who are over-claiming work-related expenses.
ATO targeting work-related expenses - 25th August 2017
The ATO is cracking down on individuals who are over-claiming work-related expenses.
Since the Federal Budget on 3 May 2016, many superannuation strategies have carried a significant element of uncertainty. As you may have heard, on 15 September 2016 the Government announced some significant changes to the superannuation proposals previously announced on Budget night. Government accounces significant super changes - 16th September 2016
Since the Federal Budget on 3 May 2016, many superannuation strategies have carried a significant element of uncertainty. As you may have heard, on 15 September 2016 the Government announced some significant changes to the superannuation proposals previously announced on Budget night.
On September 19 last year at the age of 27, Dom’s life journey changed forever when a scrum collapsed in the final few minutes of the 2nd grade Newcastle Rugby Union grand final game. Dom’s injury resulted in permanent quadriplegia. Supporting Dominic Punch - 31st August 2016
On September 19 last year at the age of 27, Dom’s life journey changed forever when a scrum collapsed in the final few minutes of the 2nd grade Newcastle Rugby Union grand final game. Dom’s injury resulted in permanent quadriplegia.
The SchoolKids bonus is being phased out with the final instalment being July 2016. Last Year of the SchoolKids Bonus - 2nd March 2016
The SchoolKids bonus is being phased out with the final instalment being July 2016.