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Cloud Accounting

Cloud Accounting

Cloud Accounting is dramatically simplifying bookkeeping and accounting. It provides greater efficiency and meaningful information to you when and where you need it.

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Accounting & Tax

Accounting & Tax

Taxation law in Australia is complex and our GST tax system places enormous  pressure on compliance and lodgement deadlines.

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Business Establishment

Business Establishment

Establishing your own business can be a fantastic way to help achieve your goals or creating wealth, flexibility and the ability to undertake the work you want to.

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GST

GST

GST compliance is a burden that many business owners struggle to comply with along with all the other activities in managing their business.

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Land Tax

Land Tax

For many investors Land Tax is becoming a burden where the land tax bills that they are receiving are reducing the incentive of investing in property.

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General year-end tax strategies

Business Income and Expenses

Subject to cash flow requirements, consider deferring income until after 30 June, especially if you expect lower income for 2016/17 compared to 2015/16.

Most businesses are taxed on income when it is invoiced. Some small businesses may be taxed only when income is received. Income from construction contracts is generally taxed when progress payments are invoiced or received.

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Proposed 2016 budget changes to superannuation

With year-end fast approaching and people consider contributing funds into superannuation it is important to consider the changes that have been proposed in the 2016 budget.  Whist the changes are only proposed and subject to amendment it is important that you consider them as there is little political opposition to them and therefore likely that they will be implemented.

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Maximising your current superannuation benefits

Pre-budget speculation around changes to Australia’s current superannuation rules and tax concessions may be a cause for concern among some taxpayers.

However, there are ways to best position yourself now for any potential changes to the superannuation system. Read more...

ATO crackdown on rental property tax claims

The ATO is targeting those who rent out their property for a few weeks during the year but claim a full year’s worth of tax deductions.

The tax office will be paying close attention to rental property owners, especially those who own a holiday home, who incorrectly claim for initial repairs to recently acquired rental properties.

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Changes to collectables

Self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) trustees should be aware of the new rules for holding investments in collectables and personal use assets that come into full effect on 1 July 2016.

The new rules that were introduced 1 July 2011 have amendments to the guidelines for storage, insurance and valuation of new collectables and personal use assets. The changes are to ensure items are used for genuine retirement purposes and to prevent SMSF trustees from receiving a personal benefit from the investment. Read more...

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