Despite its support of business during COVID-19, the Federal Government won’t give you a pass when it comes to your EOFY obligations.
EOFY doesn’t have to be a mad rush. These last-minute tips will put you in the best position to start the next financial year.
EOFY tips to help you prepare for future returns and avoid missing payments or obligations you could overlook.
A new study by Officeworks revealed that almost half of the Australian small business owners (49%) are unaware of the increase in the threshold for instant asset write-off.
Part of the Federal Government’s 2021 Budget will be heading to Australia’s games sector, enabling developers to better compete on the world stage in an industry poised to be valued at over $250 billion by the year 2023.
To help SMEs get back on their feet after a challenging year, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has compiled a directory of Government resources that support Australian businesses.
Small businesses with an annual turnover of under $10 million are eligible to apply for the service…
It’s not simply a case of having enough money in the bank – it’s about how you manage that money. Seriously, have a plan in place…
$22.68 million in penalties have been handed down by the Federal Court, the largest amount in Research and Development Tax (R&DT) history.
Tax policy under a Biden presidency may facilitate more US investment into Australia than a Trump presidency, according to the United States Studies Centre. Biden has proposed raising the corporate tax rate from 21 per cent to 28 per cent, raising personal income tax for the top individual earners from 37 per cent to 39.6… Continue reading What Biden’s and Trump’s tax policies mean for Australian businesses