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Phasing out written authorisation for agent linking

Agent linking between tax agents and clients is carried out through written authorisation. The ATO will be phasing agent linking out in the wake ...
Phoenix company

Director identification numbers to mitigate illegal phoenixing 

The Australian Business Registry Services (ABRS) has introduced director identification numbers (director IDs) to cut down on phoenix companies (liquidating a company to avoid paying ...
small business advisory

Free small business advisory services

Let’s face it, running a business is expensive and many small businesses can’t afford professional advice. So where can small Australian businesses go when ...
supply chain shortage

Challenges for Australian businesses in 2022

2022 is a tough triple whammy year for small, medium and large businesses in Australia. Businesses, already shaky as they pull themselves out of ...
country accountant

The Pros and Cons of a Country Accounting Practice

There are many benefits to moving your accounting practice to the country. Rural accounting also comes with a lot of risk and potential downside, ...
employee performance

How to manage poor-performing employees

Human capital is often the biggest cost to a business. Employees must perform at their best for your business to succeed. But what if ...
spam emails

How to protect yourself from malicious spam emails

Spam emails are unauthorised electronic messages sent in bulk from outside parties. The intent varies, some promote legitimate products or services whilst others link ...
prison

Prison! The consequence of failing to lodge tax returns and BAS

A Western Australian doctor, has been sentenced to seven months in jail for failing to lodge 18 income tax returns and business activity statements ...
smartphone

Flagship phones are essential for small business

Here are 3 reasons that make a fast capable flagship smartphone essential for running your small business. Camera – You don’t need expensive equipment ...
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Australians don’t support high taxes

Following successive election losses, Labour has done a complete 180-degree flip on tax. They now support tax cuts for individuals earning up to $200,000 ...