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JobKeeper scheme

COVID-19 measures: how your business might be affected The JobKeeper scheme ended on 28 March 2021. Your business does not Read More

JobMaker hiring credit scheme

COVID-19 measures: how your business might be affected Don’t overlook the JobMaker Hiring Credit scheme (JobMaker) which was discussed in Read More

Stimulus vouchers: How to report this in your tax

COVID-19 measures: how your business might be affected Most States and Territories are providing assistance to help boost local economies Read More

SME loan guarantee scheme

COVID-19 measures: how your business might be affected The Government has announced an extension of the SME Recovery Loan Scheme, Read More

Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT) issues

New FBT thresholds and rates for 2021–22 The ATO has released new thresholds and rates for the 2021¬–22 fringe benefits Read More

Fringe Benefit Tax FBT exemptions

If your business provides fringe benefits to employees, there are a number of FBT exemptions that are likely to be Read More

Do you use trading stock for private purposes?

It is common for certain business owners (e.g. sole traders, individuals and partnerships, etc.) to use trading stock for private Read More

Do you operate your business through a company or trust?

It is fairly common for professionals, such as IT specialists, engineers and business consultants, to operate their business through a Read More

Easier to pay your tax bill

From the ATO The ATO has improved how your business can use and manage its credit or debit card details Read More

Check your business’ PAYG instalments

From the ATO Now is a good time to check your business’ pay as you go (PAYG) instalments still reflect Read More

STP reporting: Changes from 1 July 2021

From the ATO If your business has employees, it should be reporting through Single Touch Payroll (STP) unless it only Read More

Bad debts

From the ATO Your business may be able to claim a deduction for income that cannot be recovered from a Read More