Category: Blog

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Property

Is negative gearing always the best way to invest?

Understandably, there is a lot of hype around negative gearing. It is a highly beneficial investment strategy, after all.

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Small Business

Two simple tips for small business asset protection

Asset protection is vital, because you have no idea what troubles your small business could run into down the line.

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Tax

All online accommodation providers now required to charge GST

Previously, offshore sellers of Australian commercial accommodation had been exempt from the rule.

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Property

Vacant land deduction changes hit ‘Mum & Dad’ property developments

The amendments are not only retrospective but go beyond purely vacant land.

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Small Business

Calculating Super Guarantee: The new rules

New rules ensure that an employee’s salary sacrifice contributions cannot be used to reduce the amount of superannuation guarantee (SG) paid by the employer.

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Blog

What business structure is best for cryptocurrency investors?

There are a variety of business structures available in Australia, and each can make a significant difference to your future.

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Lending & Finance

Three important factors to consider before refinancing

With interest rates at record lows and competitive deals on offer, switching to a new loan or lender may be an appealing prospect.

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Tax

Can the tax office take money out of your account? It’s your right to know.

If the ATO has queries or suspects something is not right, you need to be able to respond.

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Tax

New Year, new accountant?

Whilst you are sipping a cocktail on the beach or spending time with family over the holiday period, you might find that the downtime helps to clear the mind.

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Small Business, Tax

What Tax Deductions Can Be Claimed For A Business?

Saving as much tax as possible is one way to give your business a greater chance of success.

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Small Business, Tax

The tax deductibility of Christmas gifts and parties to staff

Christmas parties are considered to be “entertainment benefits”. Therefore, the expenses may be subject to fringe benefits tax (FBT).

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Small Business

What to remember when hiring contractors over the silly season

Over the busy holiday period, many businesses will begin to use more cleaning and courier contractors to cope with heavy demand.

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