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Reminders for the 2022 Income Year

Reminders for the 2022 Income Year

DIRECTOR ID REGIME The government has implemented a new director ID system with the goal of eliminating the use of false and fraudulent director identities as well as reducing illegal activities like phoenix activity. Regardless of whether they modify companies, stop...

Essential Year-End Division 7A Planning

Essential Year-End Division 7A Planning

REPAYMENTS DISREGARDED There are several options for dealing with this issue when a private corporation makes a loan to a shareholder or an associate. To begin, the shareholder can simply repay the debt in full prior to the company's filing deadline. Another...

Superannuation Opportunities for Retiree Clients

Superannuation Opportunities for Retiree Clients

The contribution changes proposed in the May 2021 Federal Budget and enacted in February 2022 are by far the most significant since the superannuation reform took effect on July 1, 2017. These, unlike other recent superannuation adjustments, provide chances for...

Rental Income You Must Declare

Rental Income You Must Declare

Rental and other rental-related income refer to the total amount of rent and associated payments that you receive or become entitled to when you rent out your property, regardless of whether it is paid to your agent or you. In your tax return, Bookkeeper in Melbourne...

8 Tips for Most Effective Bank Reconciliation

8 Tips for Most Effective Bank Reconciliation

Bank reconciliation is a comparison of a company's accounting records for its bank accounts and the bank's updates to those accounts. It is an essential process for businesses to go through, but it can be lengthy and laborious. Here are some ideas and tactics...

Salary Sacrifice Arrangements for Employees

Salary Sacrifice Arrangements for Employees

Salary Sacrifice Arrangements are also known as total remuneration packaging or salary packaging. It is an agreement between an employer and an employee in which the employee agrees to forego a portion of their future pay or wage entitlement to wage or salary. Our...

Who Has to Pay for Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT)

Who Has to Pay for Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT)

What is a Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT)? A fringe benefit is a payment to an employee that is not paid in the same way as a salary or wages. A fringe benefit is a benefit granted in connection with work, as defined by the Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) legislation. This...