Posts Tagged ‘tax’
Given everything that’s happened in 2020, you’ll be forgiven for forgetting a couple of things here and there. One thing you won’t want to miss, especially if you have outstanding Superannuation Guarantee (SG) obligations, is the ATO’s Amnesty, which ends on the 7th September 2020. Superannuation Guarantee Amnesty: The Details The SG Amnesty has featuredread more
Have you applied for COVID-19 stimulus payments for your business? Have you received the JobKeeper payment as an employee? Taken advantage of the Early Release of Super scheme? There are plenty of compliance-related considerations this tax season! After an unusual and challenging second half of the 2019/20 financial year, we’re certainly not out of theread more
As we’ve outlined in a previous article, the government’s Superannuation Guarantee (SG) Amnesty was initially introduced in 2018. The SG amnesty has now been resurrected, and employers are once again being afforded the opportunity to rectify SG issues. So - what should you do if you think you have outstanding contributions owing? The SG Amnestyread more
In the constantly shifting landscape of Australian legislation and tax reforms, it can be tricky to keep up – even if you’re living here. But what if you move overseas? Aussie expats who sell their former family home are generally entitled to some or all of the Main Residence Capital Gains Tax (CGT) exemptions onread more
Travelling for work often means tax deductions – great news at tax time, especially if you aren’t keen to line the tax man’s pockets with any more money than absolutely necessary. But what happens when you get it wrong? Intentionally or otherwise, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is becoming increasingly vigilant when it comes toread more
Amongst all of the different areas the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) cracks down on from time to time, it can be hard to know what applies to you and what doesn’t. But for those receiving income from sources overseas, the ATO has recently provided guidance that aims to alleviate the confusion and ensure that everyoneread more
Does your business employ trainees? If so, be aware that the payroll tax exemption for trainee wages has now been removed. As payroll tax is self-assessed, the onus is on you as an employer to ensure the information you provide to the government is correct, and that you comply with your tax obligations. The Departmentread more
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
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