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…

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…

The tax considerations of being self employed in Australia are unique. Legally minimising your tax burden and taking advantage of every available deduction requires careful and informed forward planning of tax minimisation strategies. If undertaken without professional guidance, tax management can be riddled with missed opportunities for claiming tax benefits. Unanticipated and unnecessarily large tax…

For business owners, making superannuation contributions for employees is essential. However, coordinating payments from different super funds can be complex. Thankfully, the Australian Government makes the process less stressful with the Superannuation Clearing House. It’s designed to eliminate red tape and reduce unnecessary overheads for small business owners. In this comprehensive article, you’ll learn what…

Although some of the restrictions imposed due to the pandemic have now eased, many businesses are continuing to face significant financial hardship. For some, this means there are difficult decisions to be made regarding taking on new staff and/or retaining existing staff members. Apprentices and trainees are particularly vulnerable: not only are employers reluctantly considering…

What the extension of JobKeeper payments means for you In June 2020, the Australian Government announced they will be extending the JobKeeper payment for eligible businesses and not-for-profits until the 28 March 2021. Originally, the payment was set to run until the 27 September 2020. Priority for this extended support will be given to not-for-profits…

As part of a stimulus package to deal with COVID-19, the ATO has introduced the JobKeeper payment scheme. If you are a business owner, then the team here at Pherrus can help you through this crisis and provide all the crucial accounting advice to help you survive and thrive. Already signed up for the JobKeeper…

With the social distancing and shut-down measures that have been imposed in order to combat the spread of Covid-19, many businesses are really feeling the financial pressure. In order to enable as many enterprises as possible to survive, and even thrive, during and after the current wave of Covid-19 restrictions, the government has put together…

The Covid-19 pandemic is a worrying time, not least because many businesses are wondering how best to support their employees when income has dried up. To assist the many enterprises across the country that have either had to close completely or seen a dramatic reduction in trade due to the pandemic, the government has put…

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