Single Touch Payroll When Your Reporting Can Cease

Single touch payroll: When your reporting can cease - Tax Accountants Crows Nest

A business may no longer be required to lodge single touch payroll (STP) reports for a number of reasons. These are if your business no longer has employees, has ceased trading, has changed structure, is not paying employees for the rest of the year, or has paused due to COVID-19.

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Getting A Tax Valuation From The Ato

Getting a tax valuation from the ATO - Tax Accountants St Albans

Not every individual situation fits neatly with the tax laws as they stand — sometimes a taxable item’s known value (and therefore the tax that applies to it) may need to be determined.

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Job Maker Hiring Credit What You Need To Know

JobMaker hiring credit: What you need to know - Tax Accountants Sunny Bank

The JobMaker Hiring Credit scheme was passed into law in mid-November 2020. JobMaker was part of the 2020-21 Federal Budget, and will operate until 6 October 2021. It is designed to improve the prospects of young individuals getting employment, by incentivising employers to hire them, following the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the labour market.

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What Is A Recipient Created Tax Invoice

What is a recipient created tax invoice? - Tax Accountants Springvale

Tax invoices are an essential element of Australia’s taxation system, and serve both to collect taxation revenue related to the goods and services on which GST is levied as well as record the credits that are claimable by eligible businesses.

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Ato Takes Aim At ‘You Scratch My Back’ Auditing Arrangements

ATO takes aim at ‘you-scratch-my-back’ auditing arrangements - Tax Accountants South Brisbane

It has long been an accepted standard that the auditor of an SMSF needs to be independent of that fund, and be a third party entity to the SMSF.

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Claiming Interest Expenses For Rental Properties

Claiming interest expenses for rental properties - Tax Accountants Ringwood

Interest is a common deduction claimed by taxpayers. Generally, interest is seen as being inherently deductible where it is incurred in gaining or producing assessable income.

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