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What Ignoring Your FBT Obligations Could Trigger with the ATO?

Fringe benefits tax (FBT) is a special kind of tax that all employers pay on the benefit that they provide to their employees and/ or their family. This benefit could be a part of the salary or something additional to it. It is important to note how the FBT is different from an income tax [...]

By | April 20th, 2018|Business Structure|0 Comments

Can I lodge my tax return without my group certificate?

For most people, lodging taxes is a pretty simple process. They just pass their payment summary to their accountant and their return is taken care of automatically. But what if you don’t have a payment summary? Suddenly things become a lot more difficult. Don’t worry, while lodging a return without a payment summary is more [...]

By | April 12th, 2018|Personal Tax|0 Comments

I Have Got A HECS/HELP Payment And Want To Pay This Off Faster. Are There Any Benefits In Doing So?

What is HECS/ HELPS? HECS/ HELP is a student loan program that grants loan to those students who are enrolled in commonwealth-supported places. The loan aims to pay for the student contribution amounts, which means this program is both a loan and a discount for the student body. There is a specific criterion, which must [...]

By | April 4th, 2018|Staff|0 Comments

How to Use a Car Logbook?

A car logbook or a vehicle logbook is an important and helpful tool, which acts as a proof of ownership over a specific car along with the usage details that are associated with it. These include the fuel costs, mileage and so on, which help immensely in the future. A logbook is highly significant when [...]

By | April 3rd, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Tax Deductions for Teachers

Teachers play a vital role in shaping our society. Since their prime focus is on children, which are our future. They not only provide children with the academic knowledge but also give them a handful of life-learnt experiences too, which helps them excel in their life endeavours. Just like any other profession, it is observed [...]

By | March 29th, 2018|Personal Tax|0 Comments

Creating A Family Budget Doesn’t Need To Be A Negative Thing

What is a Family Budget? A family budget is an excellent tool that makes use of the personal finances and ensures a certain amount of money is saved for the future purposes. This budget can be derived according to the size of the family and the total income generated in a month. The budget can [...]

By | March 26th, 2018|Budgeting|1 Comment

How to add multiple income streams

Long gone are the days when just one source of income was enough to fulfil the needs and requirements of an individual. Nowadays with a massive increase in the prices of commodities, it has become an absolute necessity to opt for multiple sources of income. Multiple streams of income refer to the concept of earning [...]

By | March 24th, 2018|Personal Tax|0 Comments

Have A Student Loan and About to Head Overseas?

There are new repayment obligations for people with a HELP or TSL debt who are living and working overseas. These overseas repayment arrangements apply to the following study loan schemes: HECS-HELP, FEE-HELP, OS-HELP and SA-HELP. They also apply to VET FEE-HELP, VET Student Loans for vocational education and training and Trade Support Loans (TSL) for [...]

By | March 23rd, 2018|Personal Tax, Taxes|0 Comments

8 Reasons Why Your Business Needs To Be Cloud Based

Nowadays many businesses are converting from the traditional manual systems to a more efficient cloud based system. This conversion is directly related to the efficiency, accuracy and improved quality of the work. The 8 fundamental reasons as to why every business should be cloud based are as follows: Affordability Cloud systems comprise of a small [...]

By | March 22nd, 2018|Software, Staff|0 Comments

What If I Forgot To Lodge My Tax Return?

Tax return as the name suggests refers to the refund of the income tax that a taxpayer once submitted to the government. This case is applicable when the actual tax that was to be submitted is less than the amount paid. There are various steps that are taken to reduce the taxes you owe to [...]

By | March 21st, 2018|Taxes|0 Comments