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Register For GST When You Reach The GST Registration Threshold

When Should You Register for GST?

New and established small businesses need to consider if and when to register for GST. Small businesses that are below the $75,000 GST registration threshold will need to weigh the pros and cons of registering.
Courier Thinking About The Sole Trader Tax Rate

Sole Trader Tax: A Short Guide

Sole trader tax is an issue that comes if you’re running a business as a sole trader. If you’re starting a business and are confused about how to pay tax and tax rates, here’s a guide to some of the basics.
TPAR Or Taxable Payments Annual Report

What Is the Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR)?

The Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR) applies to businesses in certain industries and is due on the 28th of August each year for the preceding financial year. Here we cover the basics of the TPAR and now to meet obligations if it applies to your business.

New Rules Pending for Reporting Business Tax Debt to Credit Agencies

Cash flow is one of the biggest challenges for SMEs. So when it comes time to meeting tax payment obligations, many businesses end up owing money to the ATO. The tax debt owed to the ATO represents 63 per cent of all tax debt, which was around $13 billion in June 2018. In the 2017-2018 financial year, small businesses had 800,000 of the 1.1 million tax debt payment plans with the ATO.
Single Touch Payroll

What is Single Touch Payroll?

With Single Touch Payroll (STP) you can send tax and superannuation information directly to the ATO from your accounting or payroll software, each time you pay your employees. Here we’ll cover the basics of single touch pay and how it affects Australian businesses.
Fringe Benefits Tax Also Known As FBT

A Short Guide to Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) for Small Business

While income tax and company tax seem to be front of mind for most businesses, fringe benefits tax (FBT) is applicable when employers provide certain benefits to their employees or associates of employees (usually family members connected to their employment). Let’s look at the basics of fringe benefits tax.

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