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Clarifying Car Expense Claims

CLARIFYING CAR EXPENSE CLAIMS If you are claiming a deduction for using your own car (including a...
Disaster proof your finances.

Disaster proof your finances.

Disaster proof your finances.You've carefully filed all your important documents - but how can you protect them from being destroyed if the worst happens to your home or business? Consider placing originals of important documents and critical records in a fire...

5 ways to get cashflow – FAST!

5 ways to get cashflow – FAST!

Sometimes you need to get some cash in the door quickly, and to do that you have to make sales happen fast.  Here are some proven ways you can get the ball rolling quickly and crank up your sales. 1.  Make an enticing offer to your existing clients or customers, with...

Keep your customers satisfied

Keep your customers satisfied

Have you noticed that customer service is losing its way in business these days? Customer service should be at the top of the list of priorities for every business.  Unfortunately, it is often neglected.  Once you realise how customer satisfaction affects your...

Thinking about starting a business?

Thinking about starting a business?

Before you launch into the process of setting up your own business, consider these suggestions: Is it right for you? It takes more than just a good idea to start a business.  Commitment and dedication are also important because getting your idea off the ground can...

Are you on top of your debtors?

Are you on top of your debtors?

It goes without saying that a business needs cash flow to keep operating.  If too many customers forget, delay or refuse to pay, your business could end up in serious trouble! Debt collection is an aspect of cash flow management where a lot of businesses...

Employer Superannuation Obligations – June 2015

Reduce 2015 Tax by Paying Super before 30 June 2015 Although the June 2015 quarter superannuation obligations are not legally due until 28 July, if cash flow permits, business owners should look at paying employee super before 30 June (next Tuesday) in order to...

1 July 2014 Federal Budget Recap

Individuals Temporary Budget Repair Levy. Adds 2% to the tax rate for every dollar of a taxpayer’s annual taxable income over $180,000 Increase in the Medicare Levy from 1.5% to 2% Superannuation Guarantee charge increases from 9.25% to 9.5%. Aged care reforms...

Employers paying Superannuation Guarantee

Employers can expect a renewed focus from the ATO on superannuation guarantee (SG) payments made to employees. With the SG rate increasing from 9.25% to 9.5% on 1 July 2014, employers will need to make sure that payments are made on time and that the calculations are...

Are your contractors really employees?

The ATO continues to enjoy a high success rate challenging the treatment of contractors under the superannuation guarantee (SG) legislation. Despite recent comments made by the Government that the ATO should ‘relax’ its approach to contractors, the ATO has no reason...

Clear out the old: New Year housekeeping

Ok, no one likes housekeeping. But for business, July is the month you need to make sure you have properly closed off the last year and can start the New Year the right way. Here is the essential checklist to prevent last year overflowing into this year: Reconcile...

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