Stage Three tax cuts

Tax cuts 2024 Tax Cuts are meant to be here from 1/7/2023 Just to refresh, here’s a simplified version of what the brackets are now: Earn up to $18,200 – pay no tax Earn $18,201 to $45,000 – pay a 19 per cent tax rate Earn $45,001 to $120,000 – pay a 32.5 per cent…

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We are now Gold partners of Xero Software

Gold partners of Xero Software We recently became Gold partners of Xero. This means we have many Xero business clients and are Xero proficient. Feel free to meet us if you want an accounting partner to support your business and use Xero. Find out more about Xero in our demonstration Introduction to Xero | Tax…

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Times are tough finances ideas

Times are tough finances ideas – Ways to save explained. Ever wondered what more you can do to combat the ever increasing cost of living? With the ever increasing cost of living, Romeo Caporaso explains vital areas of your finances to review.

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Keeping aside enough tax in first year of business tip

Keeping aside enough tax in first year of business tip When you are new to business it is vital you keep some of your profits aside to pay one of your biggest expenses – tax. How much should I keep aside? Firstly, we recommend keeping an idea of your profit. Then keeping at least 30%…

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how to better claim common tax deductions

how to better claim common tax deductions   This tax season is going great so far. The ATO are seemingly quiet and are processing some tax returns as quickly as 5 days.   Some areas to prepare your deductions before your tax return appointment are:   Doing a diary of working from home hours and…

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ATO Scam tips

Why it is important to protect your tax file number. Some of you may already be aware how important it is to protect your tax file number (TFN) from getting into the wrong hands. Crooks can use your TFN for TFN fraud, such as present themselves as you to the ATO , do your tax…

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How company saves tax explained simply

How to save tax in business using a company   Most companies are now taxed at 25% from each $ of profit from 1/7/21   Whereas individual takes rates are higher than this from each dollar over $45000 So businesses can take advantage of the lower individual tax rates by paying themselves individual income from…

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Work From Home Tax Deductions explained

Work From Home Tax Deductions explained We understand that due to COVID-19 your working arrangements may have changed. If you have been working from home, you may have expenses you can claim a deduction for at tax time.   Home Office deduction on tax return: requirements, records to be kept, what can be claimed. why…

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Building Momentum In Your Business

Building Momentum In Your Business   Typically, a business can start out with many mistakes. It is a critical time, where important steps can make or break the long-term success of the business. Gaining momentum is crucial in the early phases and in plateauing areas of the business.   Be clear on where you are going…

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Job keeper Changes

Job keeper Changes Oct 2020 If you currently receive JobKeeper Payment it remains unchanged and available until 27 September 2020. New applications for JobKeeper remain open, subject to meeting the relevant eligibility requirements. On 21 July 2020, the Government announced an extension of the JobKeeper Payment until 28 March 2021, targeting support to those businesses and not-for-profits who continue to…

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How Tax Accounting Adelaide can assist YOU!

Our services include:     Tax Returns Individual, Business, Self-Managed Super Fund   Advice Capital Gains, Property, Starting a new business or buying a business, Working overseas, SA land tax, and many more!   Accounting New Software Implementation, Performance Reporting and Meetings, Bookkeeping, BAS returns.   Business Improvement Services Coaching, Small business marketing, Business check…

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What to review in your marketing for quick results

What to fix first in your marketing review?   If you want to improve your marketing and not sure where to start, here are some juicer places to start: Review your forms and brochures. Ask yourself if they are being used enough and well? Are they easy to use for staff and clients? Are they…

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Your Guide To Choosing The Right Accountant

Selecting the Right Accountant: Key Considerations for Financial Success Choosing the right accountant for your personal and professional needs may seem daunting but it is a necessary step for you to maximise your current financial position and proactively plan for your future. The right accountant can do a lot more for you besides preparing your…

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