A qualified accountant, such as one from Tax Accounting Adelaide can help you get your finances back on track. If you’ve ever struggled with keeping up to date with your income and expenses, been swamped with a messy pile of receipts and invoices that only gets sorted at tax time each year, Tax Accounting…

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Tax Accounting Adelaide has recently seen that the power of Budgeting and how it can drive the business towards its goals. So taking your sales goal of say 300k, you need to break this down by months. Budgeting is very easy via Xero. Our firm endorsed Xero and one of the reasons is how the…

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Why you need an accountant Why do I need an accountant? You may be asking. Perhaps you have never used one and do your own or have not seen fully what they can do to be worth more than their investment cost. Here are some reasons why a professional tax agent may be able to…

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What’s New for TAX 2020!   LMITO Tax Offset of $1080. Base amount = $255 and Maximum Amount =$1080   The way you get your Payment Summary information is changing If your employer has started using Single Touch Payroll (STP), your payment summary information is now called an ‘Income Statement‘ in myGov. You will be…

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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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The 4 must haves for Restaurant businesses   We have many clients that are in the café, restaurants and hospitality business!   Our 4 must haves! Good food and kitchen Good front of restaurant (premises, booking systems, great staff!) Good marketing Good admin Also make accounting simple and easy for you Never fly blind and…

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9 Tax tips for Medical Practitioners   We have many clients that are in the medical industry or practitioners. Our top tax tip for Medical Practitioners are: Always pay your PAYG Instalments. Right accounting entity Make accoutning simpel and easy for you Maximise your claims Claim back gst Get tax planning advice if receiving large…

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8 Tax tips for trades businesses   We have many clients that are in the tradies such as electricians, plumbers, renderers, carpenters, builders, painters, steel fixers, plasterers and more Our top tax tip for trades businesses are: Know your scoreboard Right accounting entity Make accounting simple and easy for you Maximise your claims Know what…

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How to get more sales from your website Do you have a website that really sells? If not here are some tips to make your website work better. Have your website traffic analysed, as to where visitors are tracking to. See where most interest is going and where they are abandoning. Are they clicking on…

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We asked business owners their top fears and heard the ways to minimise that risk. Getting too much work and not coping with it. While it sounds like the nice problem to have, how do you handle it. If you are fully book out or can’t meet your purchases it is time to consider raising…

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Changes to tax returns 2019 So what is new for tax returns 2019? Well it isn’t the most huge changing year in terms of individual tax returns. Some tax rates changes have occurred including a lower Help (hecs)repayment threshold, lower income tax rates. You can now have a higher excess of $750 for singles and…

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With the upcoming federal election and recent banking royal commission, it is certainly a time of rapid changes. This upcoming federal budget in 2019 in May, may just be another significant and vast changing one on the tax front. Some possible changes may be: removal of negative gearing to property except newly built ones. Or…

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Budget 2018 Announcements Personal tax rates – staged 7-year reform plan starting from 2018-19 Tax rates and thresholds Rate 2018-19 to 2021-22 2022-23 and 2023-24 2024-25 onwards 0% $0 – $18,200 $0 – $18,200 $0 – $18,200 19% $18,201 – 37,000 $18,201 – 41,000 $18,201 – $41,000 32.5% $37,001 – 90,000 $41,001 – 120,000 $41,001…

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