With the new financial year upon us, you might be thinking about getting ready to lodge your tax return, either on your own or through a registered tax agent. Ask yourself (or your tax agent) these six questions to make sure you get your tax right and use this tax time to set yourself up for a great year ahead. 1. Which records do I need to keep? sales and

When cash flow gets tight, corporate compliance is often the first casualty. Some directors also think that if a tax debt can’t be paid, that it’s best not to lodge any tax returns. Here are 7 reasons why it’s best to keep tax lodgements up to date and accurate – even if they can’t be paid! The traditional 21 day Director Penalty Notice (DPN) Where a company has a PAYG

Another financial year is about to finish! As a business owner, there are many obligations that you need to consider and action just before and after 30 June. Some of these will help to minimise your tax. Others are compliance measures that will reduce your exposure to an ATO tax audit. We have outlined these action points below to assist you. Please carefully consider this information and contact us immediately

With tax time fast approaching, here are five tax time tips to ensure you maximise the deductions for your investment property.

Do you have a Discretionary Trust (also known as a Family Trust)? If yes, you need to be aware that you must complete your Trust Distribution Resolutions before 30 June. Why? To avoid paying extra tax at up to 47% on Trust profits.

Renovations and repairs can boost the capital value and rental yield of an investment property, but they can also have tax implications, so before reading up on renovation tips, investors should seek expert tax advice.

Hi Tony, in the lead-up to 30 June we want you to know why using a “bucket company” can be a great strategy for saving tax on trust profits distributed.

In the lead-up to 30 June, we want you to be aware of new opportunities to save tax with super contributions.

With the end of financial year approaching quickly, NOW is the time to discuss with us the actions you can take before 30 June to reduce your tax and grow your wealth.

Fuel tax credit rates increased on 4 February in line with fuel excise indexation. Find out more about what it means for your business.