Minimise Your Business Tax: The Guide 2024

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Minimise Your Business Tax: The Guide 2024


Here’s a guide to the strategies you can use to minimise your business tax.


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Events Coming Soon

11 Sep

Navigating the Changing Legal Landscape: Key Updates for Employers

WEBINAR 11 SEPT // 12PM

The final session focuses on the changing legal environment, highlighting recent amendments to the Fair Work Act, capturing independent contractors under workers' compensation schemes, payroll tax considerations, superannuation compliance, and practical steps to mitigate risks.


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4 Sep

Super Guarantee and Employee Terminations: Compliance Essentials for Employers

WEBINAR 4 SEPT // 12PM

In the third session, we'll delve into superannuation guarantee changes, including proposed changes to payday superannuation, new rates and bases, and the impact on SG liability. Gain insights into employer deductions, termination of employment considerations and more.


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28 Aug

Allowances, FBT, and Compliance for Employers

WEBINAR 28 AUG // 12PM

Master allowances and reimbursements, understand their PAYG and super guarantee implications, and learn to navigate travel vs. living-away-from-home allowances. Gain insights into FBT considerations, new ATO record-keeping requirements, and effective salary packaging arrangements.


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15 May

Federal Budget 2024 / 2025

Budget 2024-25 is a pre-election budget for the people with everyone getting a little something to ease cost of living pressures. For business, there is the extension of the $20k instant asset write-off again.


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13 May

Quick Ways To Boost Your Business’ Cash Reserves

Secured business loans play an important role in supporting small business owners.


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2 May

Accessing money in your SMSF

The ATO has made a call to professional accountants to help identify and manage illegal early access to superannuation by members of SMSFs.


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