Keeping your online information safe

  How do you protect your important and identifying information? Do you keep it in your wallet, a folder, a safe? How about your online information? You can have.

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Important Changes to Building Laws

Towards the end of 2017 the Queensland Government made some important changes to building laws in the wake a number of high profile builders “going belly up” and leaving.

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Your Handy Tax Checklist

To help you be prepared for your tax appointment, Read through our Handy Tax Checklist. For all your tax questions , Give our friendly Accounting team a call on.

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The Sharing Economy

  The sharing economy connects buyers (users) and sellers (providers) through a facilitator who usually operates an app or a website. There are many sharing economy websites and apps..

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Health Insurance yes or no?

The great debate continues as to whether to have private health insurance or not? and is it beneficial for tax purposes? The Medicare levy surcharge (MLS) is levied on.

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Superannuation contributions on behalf of your spouse

Did you make contributions to a complying superannuation fund or a retirement savings account (RSA) on behalf of your spouse (married or de facto) who is earning a low.

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What’s new for small businesses

Tax concession rules for small businesses have changed. The changes are effective from 1 July 2016, and will apply from your 2017 tax return. Expanded access to small business concessions More.

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Small Business Company Tax

From the 2016–17 income year, the small business company tax rate has been reduced to 27.5%. This lower rate now applies to small businesses with a turnover (that is,.

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Superannuation Cap – Part 2

CGT relief There are transitional provisions to provide Capital Gains Tax relief. You are able to reset the cost base of assets reallocated from the retirement phase to the.

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You can run but you can’t hide

One fundamental first step at the beginning of any application is to prove to the court that your application has been brought to the attention of the party or.

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