The Federal Government has reinstated the Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment until 30 September 2022.
The Government has recently extended the SME Recovery Loan Scheme by a further six months (to 30 June 2022) to support SMEs adversely economically affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Changing business conditions, interruptions and adapting to new ways of working has likely impacted your business. If you feel like you are finally coming up for air, it’s time to be positive and proactive and get your business back on track.
While COVID has placed greater emphasis on business continuity and contingency planning, many business owners fail to consider a personal contingency plan for their most valuable asset. Your ability to earn an income is your most important asset, and for business owners, safeguarding your income is particularly important.
From 1 July 2021, the superannuation contributions caps have been indexed for the 2022 income year.
Many businesses have experienced significant challenges during COVID-19 and many business owners have been personally and financially impacted as a result. There’s no doubt about it, the past few months have been tough. We want you to know we’re here to help with proactive strategies for both you and your business. Read responses to the…
As of 1 July 2019, Taxable Payments Annual Reports (TPAR) will affect the following industries: Road freight IT Security TPARs were first introduced into the building and construction industry from 1 July 2012. Entities with ABNs need to report to the ATO information about the payments that they make to contractors for services. The policy…
There has been a recent spike in the number of scammer cases in relation to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Scammers and malicious actors continually adapt their activities and use technological advancements to help them mimic the ATO’s interactions. They have two main objectives, to get you to: pay money divulge personal information or credentials.…
If you have a niggling feeling that your business set up may not be in your best financial interests, it’s probably time to review your structure.
Business owners commonly pay more tax than they need to. One small mistake can lead to BIG tax consequences for your business, yet all it takes is a little planning to avoid paying more than you should.