Latest Posts

Watch our rundown on the 2019/20 Budget

Continues...

ScoMo Vs Bill

Whilst we’re not in the official election campaign mode yet, we all know that the inevitable election will come. Whether you wear blue...

Continues...

From 1 July 2019, businesses will no longer be able to claim a deduction for payments to their employees where they have not met their PAYG...

Continues...

The taxable payments reporting system (TPRS) has been used for business in the building and construction industry for a number of years. However, this...

Continues...

If it isn’t bad enough that the ATO make it easy for cyber criminals to fool you, now you have to be careful the ATO don’t fool you.

In a recent...

Continues...

I read some interesting statistics that made me think twice, did you know Australia’s population has grown almost 45% since 1991. I thought the place...

Continues...

For all those Apple lovers who have to have the latest gadget, smart watches used for work have been added to the FBT exemption list. So, now you can...

Continues...

Why is the ASIC’s solution to bad advice to the SMSF sector by financial advisor’s to ban the product, isn’t it their job to administer the law not...

Continues...

In this age of information, it is easy to get swamped with data. Most of us are visual and find it easier to digest relevant information from a graph...

Continues...

I thought I would expand a little on one of the bits of cloud technology I mentioned in a previous post, ‘Microsoft Teams’. Teams has been around a...

Continues...

> Aged pension to stay at 67, Morrison’s present to the people.

> $20,000 instant write off on fodder plant for farmer confirmed.

> Transfer Balance...

Continues...

A house of rep’s committee has again recommended the ATO move towards ‘push tax returns’. What they mean is pre-prepared tax returns, pre-fill by the...

Continues...