Newsletter Tax planning The end of the financial year is fast approaching. Using your last 9 months of data we can estimate your tax position for the year ended 30 June 2018 allowing sufficient time to implement tax planning strategies. Please contact our offices if you are interested in tax planning. Tax planning includes but is not limited to: Deferring assessable income Accelerating
Newsletter This newsletter includes the following interesting articles: Making 2018 a great year Public Holidays Digital currency double tax removed Business efficiency Employee engagement And more!
Newsletter This newsletter includes the following interesting articles: Passing on the family business Internal communication Checklist for new employees ATO are reviewing FBT Changes to workplace laws Hiring the right team Qualities of successful business owners
Newsletter This newsletter includes the following interesting articles: Making better business decisions Improving customer trust Brushing up on communication Overcoming critics Online marketing Nurturing productive employees Running a productive business meeting Difficult conversations at work
After much anticipation the Australian Federal Budget for 2017-18 was delivered last night. As always the budget is highly political and much is open to change before it passes into legislation. You may have received many technical papers and lengthily articles regarding the budget so hopefully this email with a brief infographic can simplify the main items to be aware of. If you are
Tax planning The end of the financial year is fast approaching. Using your last 9 months of data we can estimate your tax position for the year ended 30 June 2017 allowing sufficient time to impliment tax planning strategies. Please contact our offices if you are interested in tax planning. Tax planning includes but is not limited to: Deferring assessable income Accelerating deductions Capital
2016 – Year of the underdog Message from the director, Kevin Smith – 2016 is the year of the underdog: Cronulla won the 2016 NRL Grand Final The ‘leave camp’ won the Brexit referendum The Chicago Cubs won the World Series Donald Trump is President-elect Uber was legalised in Queensland to the dismay of the established taxi industry How these changes are viewed with the
Professional Party Pooper Message from the director, Kevin Smith – I love my job. We have the privilege of working with some of the best people in their fields to ensure their hard work is rewarded and protected. It really is humbling when successful business people ask us for assistance and reaffirms that there is no shame in asking for a second opinion when you
Tax Planning Newsletter With an early budget and election announced we will no doubt be swamped with various policy announcements and political promotions. In the background time is ticking away and 30 June 2016 is fast approaching. Have you updated, or even prepared, your tax plan for the year ended 30 June 2016? The good news is that there is still a little time to
May Day – How long is your working day? On Monday we have a public holiday called Labour Day, also known as May Day. Labour Day is a holiday to celebrate the 8 hour working day. During the industrial revolution it was common to work 10 to 16 hours a day for 6 days a week so we have come a long way since then.