Employee travel has long caused employers headaches when it comes to Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) and claiming deductions. For those organisations that require employees to travel fairly regularly for things like meetings, seminars and other events, providing this travel is often a great way to ensure that your team get where they need to goread more
With tax time coming up very soon, many of us will be looking towards our tax returns and working out what we can claim for this financial year. A very common area people claim deductions in is car travel and other vehicle-related expenses. While there are many options available for things to claim, the Australianread more
Unannounced visitors might be a bit of an inconvenience so some, but for businesses there’s no guest less welcome than the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). While the ATO tends to keep workplace visits to a minimum, and target those that they know are doing the wrong thing, new benchmarking data for small businesses means theyread more
When you’re running a small business, you want to make sure you’re making your money work as hard as you do. This often extends to legally minimising your tax where you can, and there are plenty of ways to do so – even from day one. Here are a few you can look for: Start-upread more
Attracting and retaining the best employees for your business is important - and many find that providing extra frills beyond traditional remuneration packages can be useful. A potential downside to this is that certain benefits may attract Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) of 47%. In a time where the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is putting thingsread more
As the workforce increasingly favours flexibility and good work-life balance, companies throughout Australia (and indeed the world) offer their employees the chance to work from home; while others set up their own business to take greater control over their working lives. With this flexibility in working from home, there are certain things that you canread more
It is pretty hard to believe that we are already in the final quarter of 2018! For individuals, the deadline for lodging your tax return is 31 October (if you are planning on doing so yourself) - only a few short weeks away! If you think you may be cutting it fine to get itread more
There were some changes to personal income tax rates and thresholds in the 2018-2019 Federal Budget compared to 2017-2018. Notably, the old $87,000 tax threshold has been increased to $90,000; while the amount of tax on incomes for the highest two brackets have changed slightly. See the personal income tax rate tables below. [table id=4read more
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