January 2020 Newsletter

The Christmas holidays are a distant memory and you’ve made it through the first month of 2020. Hot Cross Buns are creeping into the shops and in the blink of an eye we’ll be asking what your Christmas holiday plans for 2020 are! It’s easy to be distracted by everyday activities so please remember to Read more about January 2020 Newsletter[…]

November 2019 Newsletter

  Newsletter Below is a list of the short articles in the newsletter: Deduction rules for small businesses. Surveillance in the workplace. A deed or an arrangement? Conflicts of interest. Lost or damaged records. Dealing with negative reviews online. Active asset tests. This newsletter includes the following interesting articles.    

Best graph ever + October 2019 Newsletter

Best graph ever Not long after meeting me you’ll most likely realise I love graphs and data visualisations. I’m a long way from being an artist but this doesn’t stop me from whipping out a pen and drawing diagrams and charts during meetings. Come to think of it I should put some training time aside Read more about Best graph ever + October 2019 Newsletter[…]

Happy New Financial Year – 2019/20

Happy new financial year Happy new financial year! Before we know it Christmas will be on our doorstep. Below are some of the changes now that we are in the 2019/20 tax year: The instant asset write off limit is $30,000. It’s possible to make a ‘downsizer’ contribution into superannuation. There are tweaks to the Read more about Happy New Financial Year – 2019/20[…]

April 2019 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 2019 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 Read more about April 2019 Newsletter[…]

March 2019 Newsletter

Speed hack The ability to run calculations in your head is a helpful skill. It’s tempting to rely on calculators as it’s easier but here are a few of the reasons why it’s helpful to run calculations in your head: – It’s a form of mental exercise – Errors in computer calculations stand out more. Read more about March 2019 Newsletter[…]

January 2019 Newsletter

The Christmas holidays have come and gone, possibly feeling like a distant memory now? Hopefully you’re back up to speed and have a cleared inbox as this newsletter has a number of articles to make 2019 a great year for you. I must sound like a stuck record by now but let me say it Read more about January 2019 Newsletter[…]

December 2018 Newsletter

This isn’t another Christmas newsletter! We are sneaking in a final information newsletter for the year with plenty of great tips and ideas. Newsletter Below is a list of the articles in this months newsletter: Can your business survive without you? Seasonal pricing strategy. New unpaid family and domestic leave entitlement. BAS preparation tips. Managing Read more about December 2018 Newsletter[…]