We recently conducted a JobKeeper Q&A session on YouTube. If you cannot view the video we have included a transcript below. Transcript Hi everybody, it’s Jarrod Rogers here from Beyond Accountancy. I’m here today with Ashlee and Craig. JobKeeper is now law, it has been operating for a while. Enrolment started last week but there … Read more
What does it mean if your SMSF status is Regulation details removed on Super Fund Lookup? The explanation on Super Fund Lookup simply says: The regulation details of this SMSF have been removed from display in Super Fund Lookup due to their failure to lodge returns. But you’ve already read that. Practically, here is what … Read more
Jarrod Rogers CPA 5 April 2020 The coronavirus crisis has resulted in a lot more employees working from home. There are the main questions we’re getting from clients and the main claims most people should be making. Update – 7 April 2020: due to the increase in the number of people working from home, the … 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
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
ATO scam calls can be hard to pick if you’re inexperienced. Here is how you can tell the difference.
By Jarrod Rogers CPA We often receive questions from foreign owners of Australian properties, such as this: “I am a resident of the UK and I own a property in Melbourne. I do not live in Australia and do not have Australian citizenship. I work and pay tax in the UK. Do I have to … Read more
If the ATO issues a document, such as a business activity statement (BAS) then they expect it to be lodged on time, and any payment made in full. You cannot just ignore BAS statements because your business: has ceased to operate no longer has turnover over the GST threshold, currently $75,000 It is up to … Read more
You know how most small business owners hate paperwork and tax? Well, what we do is help them reduce both. In fact, we recently met a small business owner who used to have to allocate a whole day each quarter to doing his BAS. We showed him how to do it in 5 minutes AND … Read more
By Jarrod Rogers CPA It’s a complicated question, actually. But seeing as I was the one who asked, it, I may as well try to answer it. As with all public information on this website, the following article is for information only. If you want advice specific to your circumstances you need to be a … Read more
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