Tax Champion will provide Real Knowledge for small business in easy to understand lingo. We implement all these tax saving strategies in our own 40 yr old family business. Tune in via a You Tube subscription and we’ll keep the Real info flowing. Now time to go and see the Pies eaten alive by the […]
The Great Australian Nightmare is when a person with a growing small business decides to pay off their home loan and chase the Great Australian Dream. In most cases they are inadvertently paying 100’s and 1000’s too much in tax and there’s nothing sweet about that. They should be thinking the opposite. DON’T pay off […]
You better be ready Mr or Mrs Business Person because New data breach rules come into effect from 22 February 2018. These rules place an onus on business to protect and notify individuals whose personal information is involved in a data breach that is likely to result in serious harm.
The Small Business Entity threshold has increased to $10 million from 1 July 2016 onwards (became law on 19th May 2017). Previously the Small Business Entity threshold was $2 million. Basically, you are a Small Business Entity if you carry on a business and have an aggregated turnover of less than $10 million.
The critical issues for small business – February and March are traditionally the worst cashflow months for small business – the Christmas rush is over, the Business Activity Statement is due, and payments slow down with a dip in consumer spending. You might be ok but your customers could be under pressure and often whoever wields the most influence gets paid first.
Retirement and superannuation are always a topic of conversation for our small business clients. Paris Financial are pro-active in our approach with our small business owners and through discussion and planning we can advise our clients on how they can utilise the small business “retirement exemption” to make up to $500,000 in additional superannuation contributions and also save on tax.