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Because one of the most important aspects of your business is your employees, choosing the proper payroll system is critical to ensuring the health and success of your business. Your payroll system is responsible for making sure your employees are properly compensated for their services, your company remains in compliance with governmental regulations and your…

Payroll taxes are the financial obligations you and your employees are required to pay. There are various types of payroll taxes – some paid to the federal government and others paid to the state or territory authorities. There is a specific tax called the payroll tax that is paid to state and territory authorities on…

If you’re a company director for an Australian company, you’ve probably heard about plans to phase in new legislation surrounding Director Identification Numbers. Known as the Director ID scheme, the new rules are designed to ensure directors are held accountable if their business fails. Why is the law changing? Although most company directors take their…

Does your business owe ATO tax? If your operation owes the tax office $100,000 or more, details of your debt could be passed on to credit reporting agencies by ATO. A debt of this size showing up on your credit report might seriously affect your ability to borrow, potentially putting your future business plans in…

Hiring an accountant is a valuable step for any business to take. Whether you’ve been handling finances solo or you’re planning a start-up, and you need someone with financial know-how, an accountant can provide the exact services you need. If you’re curious about accountancy, whether you want to know ‘what does an accountant do on…

There may be a lot of maths involved, but accounting is far more than just a numbers game. With many different business functions and legal requirements requiring an accountant to do their job to the highest standard, this vital role is an important addition to any company. With more than 200,000 qualified accountants operating in…

From November 1st 2021, employers will need to complete a different procedure for new employees when it comes to superannuation. The current situation is that if an employee doesn’t stipulate which superannuation fund they would like contributions made to, employers can assign them to a default superannuation fund. As a result, some employees “collect” several…

If you run a business, online blog, or work in any industry where you commonly deal with business clients, you’ve probably heard of these three terms—B2B, B2C, and B2B2C. On the surface, this terminology may sound complicated and confusing. But thankfully, they’re all simpler than you may think. In this article, we’ll walk you through…

If you’re a small business owner living and working in New South Wales, you’ve probably heard about the state government’s two new crisis payments – the COVID-19 Business Grant and the JobSaver scheme. These payments may seem simple on the surface, but there are complex regulations about how you can obtain and spend them. In…

As you are aware, the NSW’s COVID-19 lockdown has been extended for another four weeks, prompting the state and federal governments to announce more financial lifelines for businesses and individuals. FOR INDIVIDUALS If an individual has had their work hours reduced because of the lockdown they will be in line to get additional payments. Those…

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