Superannuation obligations & you – the ATO is watching

With the roll-out of Single Touch Payroll (STP) now finalised for many employers, it’s never been a more important time to ensure that you’re complying with your employee obligations. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) now have more information than ever before including detailed records of payments made to employees in real time. Given we consistently …

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Tax sting on Australian Expatriates Main Residence

The re-introduced legislation to remove the Capital Gains Tax (CGT) main residence exemption for foreign residents has been passed by the Parliament on 5 December 2019 and is now awaiting Royal Assent. Let’s look at how this may affect you. The proposed legislation was originally introduced by the Government in February 2018 but had lapsed …

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Contractor or Employee? – getting it wrong can cost you

It is a common oversight by many business owners in that they believe that engaging a contractor automatically means that they are not responsible for paying any super entitlements or withholding tax. This isn’t necessarily correct, and in fact the ATO and the Office of State Revenue looks closely at the true relationship between a …

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Setting Financial Goals & Planning for Success Seminar

Thank you to all that attended our “Setting Financial Goals & Planning For Success” seminar on Wednesday night. We had a good turnout and really appreciated the amazing feedback. This seminar was number two in a series of three so if you missed out be sure to sign up to the final session:

– Understand & Evaluate Your Business Through The Power of Business Reporting (4 September 2019)

To RSVP to the above great event please contact Sam Ballantyne on 08 9387 0000 or sballantyne@ncaa.com.au

Spaces are limited so RSVP now!

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Planning for Success

As Accountants we hear many people ask the question “Why do I need a business plan?” or make a comment along the lines of “I know how to run my business I just want to go out and do it”! Whilst there are many answers and responses to the above it really comes back to two key words; direction and commitment

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