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Death by a Thousand Cuts

Sometimes being in business feels like this. It seems everywhere you turn, someone is asking for a hand out. I don’t know about you, but I was commiserating with a client the other day when he commented that Government departments

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ATO Phising Scam Warning 19 December 2012

The ATO Broadcast is attached and advises that an email address that has been used by the ATO had been hijacked.  The email contains malware and should be deleted immediately. Please take a look at the broadcast and advise friends

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Going for a Loan? 5 things you need to know!

The first two months of this financial year has seen an influx of clients wanting to refinance mortgages. As a result, we have been incredibly busy in what has traditionally been a slow start to the tax year for us

Posted in General Business, Planning, Taxation

Small Business Superannuation Clearing House

Small Business Superannuation Clearing House The Australian Government now provides a service for businesses that employ 19 or less employees to help them make payments to the various superannuation funds. The Small Business Superannuation Clearing House provides a facility whereby

Posted in General Business, Planning

Private Health and Medicare Levy Surcharge Changes

From 1 July, 2012, singles earning more than $84,000 and couples / families earning more than $168,000 will be impacted by the introduction of means testing to both the private health insurance rebate and the medicare levy surcharge. Tax payers

Posted in ATO, General Business, Planning, Taxation
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