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Reminders

28th of April 2022: Superannuation Guarantee payments for the period 1st of January 2022 to the 31st of March 2022 must be made by this date otherwise Superannuation Guarantee Charges will apply and you’ll lose the opportunity to claim the expense as a tax deduction.  16th of May 2022: Any outstanding 30th June 2021 Income…

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Successor Directors: a key player in estate planning and asset protection

What would happen if you no longer had control of your company? It’s a sombre thought, but a reality: if you or your partner are a director of a company and happen to become incapacitated or die without company resolutions or a properly drafted will in place, you could lose control of your company and…

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SCAMS

With the festive season fast approaching, scam activity is on the rise. Here are a few common ones doing the rounds and how you can keep yourself safe. Hello? This is the ATO… People are receiving calls from fraudsters claiming to be from the Australian Taxation Office, stating that they have not paid enough tax…

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FRINGE BENEFITS

With more of us working from home now as part of our ‘new normal’, the ATO is increasingly turning its attention to business expenses and employee deductions. Here’s how to ensure you don’t get caught out. What is a fringe benefit? Really simply, a fringe benefit is an additional ‘payment’ or benefit you receive on…

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FEDERAL BUDGET 2020-21

Josh Frydenberg’s 2020-21 Federal Budget, inevitably shaped in response to the COVID-19 crisis, has revealed some distinct winners and losers.  Given the unprecedented events that have unfolded this year, the Australian Government’s 2020-21 Federal Budget was always going to outline a path to economic recovery. Handed down last night, the Budget’s key initiatives include: Personal income tax cuts from…

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