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COVID-19 Finance Update Webinars

Are you worried about the implications COVID-19 could have on your personal or business loans? Are you looking to refinance to get over this difficult time? In case you missed our webinars on these topics, we have provided you with the recordings. …
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Tax return tips

Despite the current COVID-19 world in which we live, the procedures for completing and lodging tax returns remains pretty much the same. So, before we sit down with you to go over your tax return, certain information will be needed. Of course these…

Make this year a financially healthy one

Another year is over - how was it for you? Did you achieve everything you’d hoped? Are you better or worse off financially than you were this time last year? With a new year in front of you, what can you do to make the most of every…
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Six tips to get ahead in the new financial year

The start of a new financial year might not set your cork popping like New Year’s does. But the financial resolutions you make with a clear head in July are far more likely to create a champagne future. So let’s #GetMoving with some smart…
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A different “End of Financial Year Sale”

As June 30 fast approaches, there is still time to consider the strategies available to you this financial year to build your wealth, some of which are discussed below. Paying interest in advance Borrowing to invest is a tax-effective…

Hands up - who wants to save tax?

Most investors and business owners are aware that the interest paid on an investment loan is generally tax deductible. These deductions can be maximised by prepaying the interest on the loan. To do this contact your financial institution…

Last-minute tax planning tactics

This financial year is almost over, but there are still effective strategies you may be able to employ to make sure you pay the right amount of tax for the 2019-20 year and maximise any refund entitlement. This is still, if not more so, the…
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Laws on bankruptcy changed temporarily to help cope with COVID-19

The government has temporarily changed bankruptcy law to help protect people who are facing unmanageable debt as a result of the economic impacts of COVID-19. If you are in financial difficulty, application can be made for temporary debt protection,…
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The new “consumer” rules for GST and online purchases

Australians have been taking full advantage of the offerings on the digital marketplace with gusto for years now, but it has only been relatively recently that the rules for goods and services tax (GST) have caught up. With the purchase…

Here’s what attracts the ATO’s attention about luxury car tax

The ATO has announced that it has identified some common errors regarding luxury car tax (LCT) claims, but also says there are issues it has identified with LCT that are more associated with actively trying to pay less tax than required. Common errors Some…
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Six ways to work remotely and stay productive

As our organisations come to terms with the COVID-19 situation, there are an increasing number of us who will be working remotely at least some of the time over the next weeks or months.  Many in the accounting profession will have worked…