Craig Byron CPA 24 March 2020 Here’s an update on the new package. Please note that this passed both houses of parliament on March 23 and only required Royal Assent to become law. This means that there is now some certainly about what measures have been adopted. There is a lot to take in, which … Read more
18 Mar 2020 Here’s a line I’ve never heard from a barrister: “I’ve got so much spare time, I don’t know what to do with it”. Between court deadlines, demanding clients, impatient judges and the general pressure of being a sole trader, life at the bar is very busy. As well as professional pressures, the … Read more
Craig Byron CPA 18 Mar 2020 Here’s our guide to the assistance available to small business as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak in Australia. The government has an assistance package to help keep cash flowing through the economy and people in their jobs. While additional funds for health care and cash payments to those … Read more
16 March 2020 Jarrod Rogers CPA In the past the government has allowed concessions or an amnesty for late tax returns and overdue debts. At the time of writing, there is a superannuation amnesty and concessions for bushfire victims. You may be waiting for a tax, BAS or GST amnesty before dealing with your late … Read more
By Craig Byron CPA In late 2019 a major change was made to the capital gains tax law – now exposing Australian property owners who are non-residents for tax purposes to potentially massive tax bills when they sell their former homes in Australia. If you are in this situation you need to stop what you … Read more
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