EOFY tips to help you prepare for future returns and avoid missing payments or obligations you could overlook.
Australians are urged to get organised ahead of the end of financial year, including finding a great accountant, collating all necessary paperwork and knowing what you can deduct, in order to maximise and get the most out of your returns. Caroline Guillemain-Brunne is the founder of Organise.Curate.Design, a lifestyle management agency that helps people tackle their ever-growing to-do… Continue reading How to stay organised during tax time to optimise your returns
Many small business owners see the end of the financial year (EOFY) as a busy time during which they need to prepare tax returns for the business and group certificates for employees, as well as finalise sales, do stocktakes, and ensure all financial recordkeeping is in order. The thought of adding another task to that… Continue reading How SMEs can turn tax time into an opportunity to grow
Byline: Mark Chapman, the Director of Tax Communications at H&R Block. Every Tax Time, the ATO focusses on certain hotspots where taxpayers are prone – either accidentally or deliberately – to make errors. These are the areas it will concentrate its audit firepower on and for those who have made claims in areas which the… Continue reading The Australian Tax Office hotspots 2019 – do they apply to you?
A third of small business owners are still keeping their receipts in a shoebox, according to a new survey. If this sounds familiar, these time-saving tips will help you get ahead in the next financial year.
EOFY is just a matter of days away, so what should you rush through before 30 June and what’s best left until the next financial year? Here’s a look.
As the EOFY fast-approaches, business owners are being urged to get their financial paperwork signed, sealed and delivered well before tax-time and reap the rewards over the long-term. Here are 10 tips to get you ready for 30 June.
With June 30 closing in, experts warn thousands of business owners may miss out on tax concessions and run of the risk of paying too much tax as EOFY confusion continues to reign.
It’s just six weeks to June 30, meaning it’s time to make sure you’ve dusted off your business plan and are thinking about how you can shine in FY2013. Here’s how you can prepare for the coming financial year in five steps.
Last financial year, the ATO evaluated 1.4 million SMBs against its risk detection systems, which led to 16,000 being investigated. Here’s how to plug your EOFY knowledge black spots and escape the attention of the tax office.