STP – time is running out

If you or your clients have not started Single Touch Payroll (STP) reporting it is not too late, but time is running out. Help your clients work out the right pathway to get started.

9 Dec 2019

Annual office closure and systems availability

Our offices will close from midday Tuesday 24 December 2019, reopening on Thursday 2 January 2020. Check what systems will be available during this time.

4 Dec 2019

Are you ready for myGovID and RAM

Are you ready for myGovID and RAM? AUSkey will be retired at the end of March 2020 and will be replaced by myGovID and Relationship Authorisation Manager (RAM). Together these services will provide you with a secure, simple and flexible

4 Dec 2019

SMSs for SMSFs

From 30 November we’ll begin issuing messages via email or text to let you know when changes are made within your SMSF.

22 Nov 2019

Small employers urged to make the switch to Single Touch Payroll

The ATO is urging small employers who’ve not yet made the switch to Single Touch Payroll (STP) to get in touch if they need help to transition.

19 Nov 2019

Do your clients have NRAS rental properties?

The ATO will send letters to claimants of the national rental affordability scheme (NRAS), reminding them of the conditions for claiming a refundable tax offset and to apportion their expenses when claiming deductions. Remind your clients of the requirements to claim the NRAS.

19 Nov 2019

Super Scheme Smart

There are a number of schemes targeting Australians planning for their retirement. These schemes encourage individuals to send money inappropriately through their self-managed super fund (SMSF).

19 Nov 2019

New tool to help you and your clients

The ATO online services simulator is now available; use it yourself and with your clients.

18 Nov 2019

ATO grants two month deferral for bushfire victims in New South Wales and Queensland

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) today announced that it will grant a two month lodgment and payment deferral to taxpayers impacted by the recent catastrophic bushfires in New South Wales and Queensland.

18 Nov 2019

Small business CGT concessions – shares and trust interests

Check if your clients are aware of the additional conditions that they need to meet to access the small business capital gain tax (CGT) concessions for shares in a company or interests in a trust.

18 Nov 2019

Deductions for payments to workers

Remind your business clients that payments made to workers are not tax deductible if they do not comply with the pay as you go (PAYG) withholding obligations for those payments. Find out how your clients may still claim a deduction if they have not correctly withheld or reported to the ATO.

18 Nov 2019

Family trust anti avoidance rules now apply to circular trust distribution

Anti-avoidance rules for circular trust distributions now extend to family trusts.

18 Nov 2019

Work Christmas parties and gifts

Unwrapping fringe benefits tax (FBT) this festive season. The FBT implications of providing Christmas parties and gifts.

11 Nov 2019

Payment due date for company and super clients

Some companies and superannuation funds have a payment due date of 1 December. If your clients have an income tax liability this year, you can check their payment due date online.

5 Nov 2019

Activity statement financial processing – one system for all tax accounts

Activity statement financial processing (ASFP) will move the majority of taxpayer financial information into a single accounting system. Find out how it impacts you.

4 Nov 2019

Limiting deductions for vacant land

In the 2018–19 Federal Budget the Government announced that it would limit deductions for expenses associated with holding vacant land.

31 Oct 2019

Salary sacrificing super – information for employers

An employee can ‘sacrifice’ part of their salary or wages into super contributions under an agreement with you. You then pay this amount to their fund.

31 Oct 2019

Removing tax deductibility of non-compliant payments

You can only claim deductions for payments you make to your workers where you have complied with the PAYG withholding and reporting obligations for that payment.

30 Oct 2019

Capital gains tax changes for foreign investors

On 9 May 2017, the government announced that Australia’s foreign resident capital gains tax (CGT) regime will be extended to deny foreign and temporary tax residents access to the CGT main residence exemption.

29 Oct 2019

Save time: do Division 293 elections online

It is quicker to action additional tax on concessional contributions (Division 293) election forms online. Find out how to lodge these using Online services for agents.

29 Oct 2019

One system for all tax accounts

Activity statement financial processing will consolidate all ATO tax accounts into one system, and will improve functions in Online services for agents. The ATO is working with you and your professional associations to deliver the changes at the end of the year.

29 Oct 2019

Improvements to payment plans in Online services for agents

The ATO have added new features to Online services for agents to help you support your clients, and make it easier for them to pay their tax debts.

28 Oct 2019

Expanding tax incentives for investments in affordable housing

Resident individuals who invest in qualifying affordable housing after 1 January 2018 may be eligible for an additional ten percentage point CGT discount.

24 Oct 2019

Get ready for myGovID and RAM

Get your practice ready for myGovID and Relationship Authorisation Manager (RAM)

22 Oct 2019

Check income data before lodging

If the ATO identify income is incorrect or missing from a tax return, they will correct it before issuing a notice of assessment. Help ensure the accuracy of your clients’ tax returns to avoid processing delays.

22 Oct 2019

Inactive ABNs to be cancelled

Over the coming months the ATO will focus more on inactive Australian business numbers (ABNs). Cancelling inactive ABNs will help them ensure the information on the Australian Business Register (ABR) is accurate.

21 Oct 2019

Lodgment due date concessions

If you think some of your clients may have missed out on your lodgment concession, wait until after 21 November to submit a deferral request.

14 Oct 2019

Contacting employers about late or under-paid SG

The ATO wants to improve community confidence that Australian workers are receiving their correct super guarantee (SG) entitlements, on time. If your employer clients are not meeting their obligations, they may contact them about SG lodgment or payment.

11 Oct 2019

Applying the margin scheme correctly

Make sure your clients are eligible to use the margin scheme before they sell property, and that amendments to the law are applied correctly.

9 Oct 2019

Extra time for new clients

You can request additional time to lodge your client’s overdue tax returns if you take on new clients, or re-engage previous clients. Find out how.

8 Oct 2019

Recent law changes affecting SMSFs

Two previously announced integrity measures have now been enacted with an effective date of 1 July 2018. These may affect your clients with Non-arm’s length income (NALI) and Limited recourse borrowing arrangements (LRBA). 2018–19 SMSF annual returns may need to be amended.

3 Oct 2019

New overdue lodgment reminder letters

Keep an eye out for the ATO’s new overdue lodgment reminder letters and find out how to help your clients lodge on time.

2 Oct 2019

Reporting asset disposals for CGT

The ATO are paying close attention to capital gains made on shares, property and cryptocurrency. Remind your clients to report asset disposals to help get their capital gains tax (CGT) right.

1 Oct 2019

Super more visible in Online services for agents

You can now see more of your clients’ superannuation information in Online services for agents. Read about recent ATO updates.

1 Oct 2019

Fuel tax credits – for travelling on public roads

Check your clients understand their obligations when claiming fuel tax credits for fuel used in heavy vehicles for travelling on public roads.

1 Oct 2019

Preventing inadvertent concessional caps breaches by certain employees

In the 2018–19 Budget, the Australian Government announced that eligible individuals may choose to nominate their wages from certain employers are not subject to the superannuation guarantee (SG).

27 Sep 2019

External collection agencies

The ATO are continuing to use external collection agencies to obtain overdue lodgments on their behalf. In late September you may receive an email with a list of your clients who have overdue lodgment obligations. The ATO will contact these clients and may refer them to an external collection agency.

26 Sep 2019

Assessing the risk: allocation of profits within professional firms

How the ATO assess the risk of Part IVA applying to the allocation of profits from a professional firm where the income is not personal services income.

24 Sep 2019

Have you used the margin scheme correctly?

Familiarise yourself with the margin scheme before selling property, to determine your eligibility to use the scheme and ensure the law is applied correctly.

20 Sep 2019

Your fund status will change if SMSF annual returns are late

Effective 1 October 2019, SMSFs more than two weeks overdue on any annual return lodgment will have their status changed on Super Fund Lookup.

18 Sep 2019

More information for SMSF trustees on investment diversification

Clarification of ATO communications to some SMSF trustees and their auditors about lack of investment diversification.

18 Sep 2019

Viewing income statements online

If your client’s employer is using Single Touch Payroll reporting you can view the full details of their income statement in Online services for agents. Find out how.

10 Sep 2019

$30,000 instant asset write-off

Remember, businesses with a turnover from $10 million to $50 million are now eligible for the instant asset write-off.

09 Sep 2019

Hiring working holiday makers?

Things employers need to do to meet your obligations when hiring working holiday makers.

05 Sep 2019

TPAR extends to new industries

How road-freight, IT and security, surveillance and investigation services can get ready for their first taxable payment annual report (TPAR).

4 Sep 2019

Get PAYG withholding obligations right to claim a deduction

The rules around claiming deductions for payments to workers have changed. Employers that don’t meet their PAYG withholding obligations can no longer claim these payments next tax time.

4 Sep 2019

Focus on foreign income

Remind your clients they need to report all sources of foreign income in their tax return.

26 Aug 2019

Investment diversification requirements for SMSF strategies

The ATO will contact self-managed super fund (SMSF) trustees and their auditors where their records show a lack of investment diversification. They will ask trustees to ensure their investment strategy complies with regulation 4.09 of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act (SISA).

20 Aug 2019

Incorrect excess non-concessional contribution determinations

A small number of your self-managed super fund member clients may be affected by ‘double counting’ of their pension, incorrectly inflating their total super balance. Find out what to do if they receive incorrect excess non-concessional contribution determinations.

20 Aug 2019

No longer accepting spreadsheet TBAR lodgments from 31 October

Since the introduction of online TBAR lodgment via Online services for agents, agents will no longer be able to lodge the TBAR spreadsheet form after 31 October 2019.

19 Aug 2019

ATO watching for foreign income this Tax Time

The ATO is urging taxpayers who receive any foreign income from investments, family members or working overseas to make sure they report it this tax time.

15 Aug 2019

Disclosure of business tax debts

The Government introduced a bill on 24 July 2019 that will allow the ATO to disclose business tax debt information to registered credit reporting bureaus of businesses that have not engaged with the ATO to manage their debts.

14 Aug 2019

Federal Court provides clarification on the personal services income rules

The Federal Court handed down two decisions relating to personal services income (PSI) rules yesterday.

13 Aug 2019

Non-compliant payments to workers no longer tax deductible

Payments your business clients make to workers will no longer be tax deductible if they have not complied with the pay as you go (PAYG) withholding obligations for those payments.

13 Aug 2019

Contacting small employers about STP

The ATO will soon start writing to small employers who are not yet reporting through Single Touch Payroll (STP) to remind them of their obligations. Some of these may be your clients.

13 Aug 2019

Misuse of SMSF auditor numbers

The ATO are reviewing the misreporting of self-managed super fund (SMSF) auditor numbers (SANs) on SMSF returns (SARs). They recently detected 1,445 instances of potential fraud.

25 Jul 2019

FBT on home phone and internet expenses

Reimbursing employees or paying a third party for their internet expenses? Find out more information on how you can help your clients to comply with their fringe benefits tax obligations.

24 Jul 2019

Taxable payments annual report due 28 August

If your business paid contractors during the 2018–19 financial year you may need to lodge a Taxable payments annual report (TPAR). TPAR lodgments are due by 28 August 2019.

24 Jul 2019

Include sales of new property in your BAS

If you supply (sell) new residential property or land that new residential property could be built on, you must report sales and GST in your business activity statement.

24 Jul 2019

When to lodge a family trust election

A trust must pass the family control test on 30 June 2019 before a family trust election can be made for the 2018–19 income year.

2 Jul 2019

Lodging your TPAR

You need to lodge your Taxable payments annual report (TPAR) by 28 August. Businesses can do this online or by paper form. Government entities must lodge their report online.

27 Jun 2019

ATO puts the brakes on dodgy car claims

The ATO is making work-related car expenses a key focus again during Tax Time 2019. This follows warnings by the ATO last year that work-related car expenses would face greater scrutiny.

25 Jun 2019

TPAR obligations now online

You can now see your clients’ Taxable payments annual report (TPAR) obligations, lodge and amend reports using Online services for agents.

25 Jun 2019

New tax return status report

The ATO will soon start sending you a weekly email which reports the specific action underway with the processing of your clients’ tax returns. The new Tax return status email will replace the current 30 day delayed report.

25 Jun 2019

STP and closely held payees

Information on the quarterly reporting concession for closely held payees

19 Jun 2019

Unreported ‘cash in hand’ payments to workers no longer tax deductible

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) today reminded employers that any ‘cash in hand’ payments made to workers from 1 July 2019 will not be tax deductible.

18 Jun 2019

Submitting a non-lodgment advice

If your clients are not required to lodge an income tax return, tell the ATO before the lodgment due date so they can update their records.

18 Jun 2019

Tax time tips for small business – 2019

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is lending a helping hand to nearly four million small businesses to get their tax right this tax time.

14 Jun 2019

Single Touch Payroll starts 1 July – small employers are you ready?

The ATO strongly encourage all employers with 19 employees or less to get on board and start reporting through Single Touch Payroll from 1 July 2019.

11 Jun 2019

Guidance on super guarantee leave loading

The ATO has recently updated their guidance on how to treat super guarantee on leave loading for your employees

6 Jun 2019

Deferral notification registered agents 4 June

Information for tax agents about the 5 June concessional arrangement for tax returns with a lodgment due date of 15 May 2019.

6 Jun 2019

Study and training loans – what’s new

Content related to any new legislation for study and training loans.

5 Jun 2019

ATO to iron out false laundry claims

The ATO will target false clothing and laundry work-related expense claims this tax time. In 2018, around six million people claimed work-related clothing and laundry expenses totalling nearly $1.5 billion.

4 Jun 2019

Increasing access to company losses

A new ‘similar business test’ now makes it easier for businesses to use past year losses to reduce their taxable income.

4 Jun 2019

Take care of yourself and your staff, contact us early in times of difficulty

Take care of yourself and your staff, contact us early in times of difficulty.

3 Jun 2019

System availability and start of return processing

The ATO will start full processing of 2019 tax returns on 5 July 2019. They expect to start paying refunds from 16 July 2019.

30 May 2019

Lodging line entry deduction data

From 1 July 2019 we will receive the line entry deduction data.

28 May 2019

Inactive low-balance super accounts

Super funds are required to transfer the balance of inactive low-balance accounts to us and, where possible, we’ll proactively consolidate these into active super accounts.

24 May 2019

Auditing an SMSF that is winding up

Guidance for SMSF auditors on auditing an SMSF that is is winding up

17 May 2019

Trustee obligations on ATO radar: TFN reports

The ATO is currently looking into various trustee obligations, such as TFN reports. Find out what you need to do to get things right.

17 May 2019

Help with your lodgment program

If you are experiencing difficulties managing your lodgment program due to unforeseen circumstances, help is available.

8 May 2019

Low-cost Single Touch Payroll solutions

This is a list of the firms who are developing no-cost or low-cost Single Touch Payroll solutions and their products.

6 May 2019

Director penalty regime

As a director, you must ensure your company complies with its tax and super obligations. Failure to do so will result in a personal liability.

3 May 2019

How the ATO deals with non-compliance

The ATO main focus is encouraging SMSF trustees to comply with the super laws, but there are occasions when stronger responses are warranted.

3 May 2019

Key changes to ATO portal

Information about key features available in Online services for agents.

2 May 2019

ATO receives cryptocurrency data to assist tax compliance

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is collecting bulk records from Australian cryptocurrency designated service providers (DSPs) as part of a data matching program to ensure people trading in cryptocurrency are paying the right amount of tax. Data to be provided to the ATO will include cryptocurrency purchase and sale information. Deputy Commissioner Will Day said the data will make up a key element in the ATO’s compliance program.

30 Apr 2019

myGovID

myGovID is a new way to prove your identity online.

17 Apr 2019

Relationship Authorisation Manager

Relationship Authorisation Manager is a new way to manage who can act online for your business.

17 Apr 2019

Tax office to double audits of dodgy rental deductions

Rental property owners are being warned to ensure their claims are correct this tax time, as the ATO will double the number of audits scrutinising rental deductions.

17 Apr 2019

Proposed Superannuation Guarantee Amnesty

The proposed Superannuation Guarantee Amnesty is a one-off opportunity for employers to correct past super obligation non-compliance without penalty. Until the law is passed the ATO will apply the existing law.

17 Apr 2019

2019 Tax time summary of non-individual form changes

A summary of expected changes to certain tax returns and schedules for the 2019 income year. It also includes expected changes to the International dealings schedule.

16 Apr 2019

FBT issues on ATO radar

With the end of another fringe benefits tax (FBT) year approaching, the ATO want to tell you about the FBT issues that are currently hot on their radar so you can avoid costly mistakes.

3 Apr 2019

Statement of tax record

From 1 July 2019, tenderers and their first tier subcontractors applying for Commonwealth Government contracts over $4 million (including GST), must obtain a statement of tax record (STR) showing satisfactory engagement with the tax system.

26 Mar 2019

Ordinary time earnings – annual leave loading

Information outlining the ATO view on when annual leave loading is part of ordinary time earnings, the evidence required to comply with that view, and ATO compliance approach for historical quarters.

12 Mar 2019

Time for small employers to get ready for Single Touch Payroll

Legislation to extend Single Touch Payroll (STP) reporting to all employers from 1 July 2019 is now law.

7 Mar 2019

What’s new for small business

Small businesses have access to a range of tax concessions. This page summarises the latest changes to concessions available to small businesses.

30 Jan 2019

Not required to lodge

Lodge the Taxable payments annual report – Not required to lodge form if your business doesn’t need to report payments made to contractors. If you are a government entity who doesn’t need to lodge a report, you can let the ATO know by sending them an email.

5 Nov 2018

New data on shares helps taxpayers to get it right

The Australian Taxation Office is once again extending its data matching program, this time focussing on share data.

30 Oct 2018

Shifty sales suppression tools now against the law

It is now illegal to manufacture, distribute, possess, use or sell electronic sales suppression tools (ESSTs).

10 Oct 2018

Ban on electronic sales suppression tools

An electronic sales suppression tool (ESST) is a tool used to facilitate tax evasion by manipulating business transaction records and under-reporting income.

5 Oct 2018

What’s new for small business

Small businesses have access to a range of tax concessions. This page summarises the latest concessions available to small businesses.

26 Sep 2018

What can you claim if you’re a flight attendant, police officer or a nurse?

With work-related expenses and rental property claims high on its radar this year, the Australian Taxation Office is stepping up help and advice for taxpayers who aren’t quite sure what they can and cannot claim.

29 Aug 2018

Black Economy Taskforce: extension of the taxable payments reporting system (TPRS)

In the 2017–18 federal Budget, the Government announced that businesses that supply courier or cleaning services will need to report payments made to contractors if the payments are for courier or cleaning services. In the 2018–19 federal Budget the Government announced that businesses that supply road freight, security, investigation, surveillance or information technology services will need to report payments made to contractors if the payments are for road freight, security investigation, surveillance or information technology services from 1 July 2019.

22 Aug 2018

Attention all car owners – you must declare what you share!

As part of the ATO focus on sharing activities, they are turning their attention to anyone earning income through car sharing platforms, in a bid to make sure they stay on the right side of the tax law.

22 Aug 2018

ATO posts review for online rentals

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is launching an extensive data-matching program to identify taxpayers receiving income from short term rentals. Information from online platform sharing sites for around 190,000 Australians will be examined to identify taxpayers who have left out rental income and over-claimed deductions.

13 Aug 2018

Penalty relief

Penalty relief applies to inadvertent errors in tax returns and activity statements. If the ATO finds an inadvertent error they will show you what it is and how to get it right next time.

02 Jul 2018

Clothing claims put through the wringer this Tax Time

A focus on work-related clothing and laundry expenses this Tax Time will see the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) more closely examine taxpayers’ whose clothing claims don’t suit them.

14 Jun 2018

Targeted amendments to Division 7A

In the 2018–19 Budget the government announced that unpaid present entitlements will come within the scope of Division 7A of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936. The targeted amendments of Division 7A from the previous 2016–17 Budget will be progressed as a consolidated package with a 1 July 2019 start date.

24 May 2018

Work-related car expenses media grabs

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has announced that it will be closely examining claims for work-related car expenses this tax time and has released video content for television stations interested in covering the story.

3 May 2018

ATO driven to scrutinise car claims this tax time

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has announced that it will be closely examining claims for work-related car expenses this tax time as part of a broader focus on work related expenses.

3 May 2018

Focus on holiday home rentals

The ATO are setting their sights on the large number of mistakes, errors, and false claims being made by rental property owners who use their property for their own personal holidays.

28 Mar 2018

Research and development registration

If your client intends to claim the Research and development (R&D) tax incentive for 2017, they must register. Submit their R&D registration application with the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science by 30 April 2018.

14 Mar 2018

From kebab shop to chiropractor, you can now instantly check your business performance

The ATO has released its latest small business benchmarks, providing over 100 different industries with average cost of sales and average total expenses. Businesses as varied as seafood retailers, bricklayers and dentists can see clearly what the relevant benchmarks are for their industry.

8 Mar 2018

Time for employers to get ready for Single Touch Payroll

The ATO is urging employers with 20 or more employees to act now and prepare for Single Touch Payroll (STP) – the next step in streamlining payroll reporting.  From 1 July 2018, employers will need to report their employees’ tax and super information to the ATO through payroll software that is STP ready.

6 Mar 2018

Australians on notice to keep their receipts

The ATO is warning taxpayers they will be paying close attention to claims for ‘other’ work-related expenses this year, and is reminding people to keep appropriate records.

20 Feb 2018

Changes to company tax rates

From the 2017–18 income year, companies need to be base rate entities to apply the lower 27.5% company tax rate. Base rate entities have a turnover less than $25 million and are carrying on a business.

12 Dec 2017

ATO finalises its position in relation to SMSF event-based reporting

After detailed consultation with the self-managed super fund (SMSF) sector, the ATO announced today that its implementation of SMSF event-based reporting from 1 July 2018 will be limited to those SMSFs with members with total superannuation account balances of $1 million or more.

9 Nov 2017

New approach for truck drivers to claim their meal expenses

The ATO has worked closely with the trucking industry to reinstate the ‘meal-by-meal’ approach for truck drivers who claim travel expenses for meals. Find out more about how this affects your truck driver clients.

27 Oct 2017

Car claims in the crosshairs

Media release warning taxpayers that the ATO are paying close attention to claims for work-related car expenses this tax time.

25 Aug 2017

Tax Avoidance Taskforce – Trusts

In the 2013–14 Budget, the government announced it would provide funding over four years for a multi-agency taskforce to take compliance action against taxpayers involved in tax avoidance or evasion using trusts.

25 Aug 2017

Trusts – tax consequences of trust splitting

The ATO are currently developing an advice or guidance product to clarify their view on the tax consequences of trust splitting arrangements.

18 Aug 2017

New GST law changes impacting overseas businesses

There are two changes to the application of the Australian goods and services tax (GST) that will impact overseas businesses selling to Australia.

16 Aug 2017

Setting the record straight on Single Touch Payroll

The ATO is aware of recent media commentary regarding the implementation of aspects of Single Touch Payroll. This commentary relates specifically to proposed changes to the process when an employee starts a job.

16 Aug 2017

Voice authentication

Use voice authentication to quickly and securely verify your identity when you access ATO online services through the ATO app or by contact the ATO by phone.

13 Jun 2017

Homing in on holiday homes

In the lead up to the June long weekend the ATO is reminding taxpayers that they are paying close attention to rental properties located in popular holiday destinations around Australia.

7 Jun 2017

ATO extends due date for 2015-16 SMSF returns

Lodgment and payment for 2016 self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) annual returns with a concessional due date of 15 May 2017, has been deferred  to 30 June 2017. You do not need to apply for the deferral. ATO systems will be updated with the deferral for these obligations.

11 May 2017

ATO approach to dealing with super guarantee non-compliance

The ATO recognises the importance of the Superannuation Guarantee and works to ensure employees are paid their entitlements.

3 May 2017

Two tax agents sentenced for fraud

Two tax agents have recently been convicted of serious tax offences following two separate investigations

12 Apr 2017

Early warning for taxpayers making R&D claims

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and Department of Industry, Innovation and Science (DIIS) have released two new taxpayer alerts as a warning to those not being careful enough in their claims or seeking to deliberately exploit the Research & Development (R&D) Tax Incentive program.

9 Feb 2017

Practical tips

Practical tips provide you with information and instructional advice about common errors and changes to processes.

10 Oct 2016

Claiming the small business income tax offset

The ATO have identified some common errors when reporting net small business income to claim the small business income tax offset. Find out how you can avoid these errors and correctly claim the offset for your clients.

21 Sep 2016

Reporting PAYG instalments on a company tax return

Avoid errors when completing PAYG instalments raised on the calculation statement for your client’s company tax return.

12 Aug 2016

Phoenix Taskforce cracking down on dodgy business behaviour

Six search warrants were executed yesterday by the ATO as part of a cross-agency investigation into alleged illegal ‘phoenix’ activity on the Gold Coast.

29 Jul 2016

Accountants Desktop one minute budget summary on our Facebook page

4 May 2016

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