The 2018-2019 tax year is well under way. Small business owners know that cash flow is often a major worry and stress. Living on tight margins, every penny counts. So make sure you aren’t paying more tax than you need to!
Having a tax debt can be stressful. But there are proactive things you can do to ensure that you handle your tax debt in a way that will keep you out of hot water with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
Starting a business is an exciting time in your life. There are so many decisions to make and important things to learn, and tax is often the last thing that we want to think about. However, you can get into hot water pretty quickly if you ignore your tax obligations. So here are 7 common tax questions that you need to know if you are starting a business:
Small business owners need to be aware of tax concessions. While you need to check your eligibility, here are a few concessions may apply:
Designed to improve transparency, comparability and disclosure of leasing activities there is a new leasing standard coming. It takes effect on January 1, 2019 and you need to be ready. In this article we look at what are the changes, who it affects and what you need to do in order to be ready by 1 January 2019. #sydneyaccountants
It’s almost that time of the year again! For small businesses there may be a sense of dread or trepidation with tax time looming. Nearly all purchases that help in generating income are tax deductible. So here are our 5 top tax tips for small businesses: