3 September, 2020
FBT exemption for emergency assistance

FBT exemption for emergency assistance

Businesses that provide benefits to employees during an emergency situation are likely to have assistance costs be exempt from fringe benefits tax (FBT). It is worthwhile […]
3 September, 2020
Tax implications of exceeding super contributions

Tax implications of exceeding super contributions

A great way to grow your retirement savings is by making regular contributions to your super fund. However, there are limits to extra contributions which when […]
3 September, 2020
Tips to retaining your customers

Tips to retaining your customers

Acquiring new customers can often be simpler than retaining existing customers. However, loyal customers give your business a higher chance of succeeding. Unhappy customers stop doing […]
3 September, 2020
Cyber security tips for your business

Cyber security tips for your business

COVID has prompted businesses to go digital, making cyberattacks an easy job for scammers. Small businesses are especially at risk because of the lack of resources […]
28 August, 2020
What to consider when consolidating your super

What to consider when consolidating your super

The ATO reported that 45% of working Australians were not aware that they had multiple super accounts in 2016. Having multiple super accounts is particularly common […]
28 August, 2020
Changes to JobKeeper eligibility

Changes to JobKeeper eligibility

The Government has introduced additional changes to JobKeeper to help more businesses qualify for the relief payments. One of the key changes was moving the relevant […]
28 August, 2020
Optimising budget for digital marketing campaigns

Optimising budget for digital marketing campaigns

Maximising returns on investments is the primary goal for every business owner who invests in a marketing campaign for their brand. Learning how to properly test […]
28 August, 2020
Avoiding mortgage default

Avoiding mortgage default

As individuals struggle with cash flow through the coronavirus, the Australian Bankers Association records that repayments on almost 500,000 mortgages have been deferred for six months. […]
20 August, 2020
CGT rollover when transferring assets in a divorce

CGT rollover when transferring assets in a divorce

Transferring the ownership of assets from one party to another may attract CGT. However, in the event that a change in ownership occurs due to the […]
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