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Crypto Currency and Your Tax

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Do I need to pay tax on my Crypto currency earnings? Short answer; Yes. Any earnings received via cryptocurrency count as income. So if you’ve bought or sold cryptocurrency in the last financial year, it’s time to start thinking about the impact this may have on your income tax return. If you’ve made a profit …

Does my Startup really need a Bookkeeper?

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The straight answer? YES! One of the first things on your Startup list should be to hire an experienced Bookkeeper. An NCA Bookkeeper will not only provide these baseline services (bookkeeping, software advice) you require all year round, but so much more! They will help you reduce risk such as employment risk and ATO risk, …

Improving cash flow: How to get paid faster

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Maintaining positive cash flow can be challenging for small businesses, whether you’re just starting out or have been running your company for years. The difficulty often comes down to waiting for clients to pay their invoices. One or two chronic late payers cost valuable time and money when you have to chase them down; if …

Top 10 Bookkeeping Tips

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To help you manage your books better and give you the information you need to run a successful business 1. Find a good Advisor When you have Bookkeepers and Accountants that you know you can trust and rely on, it’s going to make everything simpler. They can teach you how complete your Bookkeeping properly and …

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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