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Bert Girle announced as a National Finalist as Partner of the Year

We are thrilled to announce that Bert Girle has been shortlisted as a finalist to win Partner of the Year (<1 billion revenue) at the 2017 Australian Accounting Awards, hosted by Accountants Daily, Australia’s top publication for the accounting industry. Now in its fourth consecutive year, the Australian Accounting Awards, which covers 26 categories, recognises [...]

By | April 12th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

What can I claim for work travel expenses?

So you're travelling around for work and want to know what you can and can't claim with your travel? In order to claim travel expenses as a tax deduction, you need to ensure that the correct substantiation is maintained.  The type and length of the business / work-related travel will affect the documentation you require [...]

By | April 3rd, 2017|Personal Tax, Taxes|0 Comments

2017-18 Tax Planning Starts Now

There are 5 key things all business owners must consider right now. Some of them are brilliant wealth creation ideas. Please read on… 30 June will be here before we know it. Let us help you get the most out of the upcoming months. Too often, we end up suffering because we have procrastinated and [...]

By | February 13th, 2017|Small Business, Taxes, Wealth Management|0 Comments

The biggest changes to super in a decade – how to capitalise now!

Major changes to tax and superannuation have just been approved by the Government in early December 2016.   These are the biggest changes in the last 10 years. They are significant. Most of these changes will take place on 1 July 2017. That’s why we need to start planning ASAP with you. The expert Agilis Team have spent [...]

By | December 15th, 2016|Superannuation|0 Comments

How to get the most from your Accountant | Part 2

The best accountants add value to your business – here’s how to make sure your accountant is ticking all the boxes. Here is our promised final 5 of 10 tips for getting the most from your accountant while managing the cost of their service. These are important issues to address. Your accountant can make a [...]

By | December 13th, 2016|Financial, Personal Tax, Small Business, Wealth Management|0 Comments

What Business Structure is right for me?

Setting up a business can be a daunting time. Ensuring you have the right structure in place is vital and could save you from expensive and excessive tax bills down the track once you're making larger profits. So what are the different structures and what structure best suits your needs? The business structure you need [...]

By | November 18th, 2016|Business Structure, Small Business|0 Comments

How to not lose your family wealth

How to not lose your family wealth? Family wealth can take a lifetime to accrue, but can also disappear in an instant through poorly considered generosity. This 3 minute read may be one of the most important articles you have ever read! Many parents and grandparents are often willing to help younger generations with funds [...]

By | November 17th, 2016|Estate Planning, Wealth Management|0 Comments

Google to charge GST from November 1st 2016

Google announced last week that as of 1 November 2016, the company will be charging Australian customers 10% GST as they “will be bound by the terms of the contract and will be providing the service to you and invoicing you for the service.” So what's the change? Google has been using companies in Ireland [...]

By | October 13th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Getting the most out of your Accountant

Growing businesses rapidly find they need the services of an accountant in order to help them manage the finances of their business. But which services do you actually need, how should you pay for them, and how do you make sure you’re getting good value for money? Here’s our top 5 tips for getting the most [...]

By | September 9th, 2016|Small Business|0 Comments

Claiming Work Travel Expenses

If you travel or are on the road for work purposes, it's likely you can claim related expenses on your annual tax return. In many cases employers may cover the costs of petrol and accommodation but there are others expenses you're likely to be able to claim on incidentals you incur yourself. Below is a [...]

By | September 1st, 2016|Personal Tax|0 Comments