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Business

What employment type is best for your business?

By On October 9, 2019

An employment contract establishes the terms and expectations of an employee before they start work. It outlines everything the employee has to know about working for you, including employee rights, working hours… Read More

Super

Treasury Law Amendment for super measures moves forward

By On October 9, 2019

The Treasury Laws Amendment (2018 Superannuation Measures No.1) Bill 2019 has passed both Houses of Parliament and reached royal assent on 2 October 2019. First announced in the 2018-19 Budget, the Bill… Read More

Tax

Breaking down business industry codes

By On October 9, 2019

A business industry code (BIC) is a five-digit code you include on relevant tax returns and schedules that describes your main business activity. BICs come from the Australian and New Zealand Standard… Read More

Money

What you should know about using cryptocurrencies

By On September 30, 2019

In an increasingly technologically dependent age, it can be useful to keep up with new forms of currencies in the digital space. Cryptocurrency is internet-based, digital money that is not controlled by… Read More

Business

Budget-friendly ways to promote your small business 

By On September 30, 2019

Promoting your business can seem tricky to navigate and expensive, especially when there are budget and staff restrictions to think about. However, there are a number of ways to promote your business… Read More

Super

Consequences of late SMSF annual returns

By On September 30, 2019

From 1 October 2019, if an SMSF is more than two weeks overdue on any annual return lodgment due date and hasn’t requested a lodgment deferral, the ATO will change their status… Read More

Tax

Claiming travel expenses relating to rental properties

By On September 30, 2019

When making a claim in relation to your residential rental property, there are specific circumstances for when you can and cannot claim travel expenses. The law about claiming travel expenses for rental… Read More

Business

Dealing with a bad day at work

By On September 24, 2019

Bad days can happen to the best of us, but that doesn’t stop work from needing to get done. Whilst working when you’re feeling down is the last thing you want to… Read More

Super

Returning to work after accessing your super

By On September 24, 2019

Retirement isn’t necessarily a permanent thing as even the best-laid plans can collapse when circumstances change. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has found the most common reasons retirees return to employment… Read More

Tax

Are you meeting the Active Asset Test?

By On September 24, 2019

To qualify for small business CGT concessions, an asset must meet the conditions of the Active Asset Test to apply. An asset is considered active when you own it and it is… Read More