19-07-2019

Street Smart Seniors – Presentation Slides

Click on the links below to download the presentation slides.  Estate Planning Essentials by Scott Lorback Elder Abuse – The Risks and Dangers by Shane S Ulyatt

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18-07-2019

MADE Establishment back-pays workers $7.8 million

George Calombaris’s restaurant group, MADE Establishment Pty Ltd, has back-paid workers $7.8 million in wages and superannuation after entering into a Court-Enforceable Undertaking (EU) with the Fair Work Ombudsman.

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11-07-2019

From trainee to Business Manager

Every week in high school we used to get a day off to “study”. For a lot of my fellow classmates this meant going to the beach and hanging.

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09-07-2019

What happens to my super when I die?

For most Australians approaching retirement age, superannuation is a significant asset, and for many it is second in value only to their home. Clients are often surprised to learn.

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28-06-2019

Get ready for a 3% minimum wage increase next week

The Fair Work Commission recently announced its decision to increase minimum wages by 3%. The new national minimum wage, which will take effect after this weekend on 1 July,.

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27-06-2019

Faulty Towers making a comeback to a screen near you!

As at the time of writing this article, most of you have probably already heard of the problems being faced by the owners of units within the Mascot Towers.

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26-06-2019

Uber drivers not employees

Australia’s most popular rideshare app, Uber, has now been cleared of suspected breaches of workplace laws after the Fair Work Ombudsman completed an investigation into the company, finding their.

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20-06-2019

Expanding accelerated depreciation for small businesses

Small businesses can claim an immediate deduction for most depreciating assets purchased after 12 May 2015 and first used or installed ready for use for a business purpose: from 7.30pm.

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12-06-2019

What happens if you don’t pay GST you owe the ATO?

Businesses that collect GST are required to pay it (less any credits) to the ATO either monthly, quarterly or annually depending on their turnover.  Where the payment has not.

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12-06-2019

Cooperate or Pay the Price

A Melbourne toy shop is facing massive penalties in the Fair Work Ombudsman’s (FWO) first case using new legislation designed to protect vulnerable workers and penalise businesses for ‘serious.

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