Month: March 2021

JobKeeper overpayments

The ATO has published on its website a useful guide explaining what happens if you have incorrectly self-assessed yourself (or Read More

First criminal conviction for JobKeeper fraud

Mr Raed Saleh has been convicted in the Heidelberg Magistrates Court of three counts of making a false and misleading Read More

February 2021 phone scam – suspended TFN

The Australian Taxation Office has been receiving increasing reports of people losing money to automated phone scams. Scammers pretending to Read More

Budget measures now law

A number of measures announced in the Federal Budget 2020–21 are now law. These are: bringing forward the personal tax Read More

Telco tips for small businesses

Telco products and services are more important than ever for businesses. Whether COVID-19 has changed your business’s needs or you’re Read More

Small business CGT concessions

The small business CGT concessions (aggregated turnover under $2 million – not $10 million) are important, but very complex. Disputes Read More

Closing a small business

Unfortunately, some businesses may need to close their doors – either temporarily or permanently – due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More

Varying your PAYG instalments

You can vary your PAYG instalments throughout the year if you think you will pay too much tax, compared with Read More

Are you changing your business structure?

If you are changing your business structure, for example from a sole trader to a company, you will need a Read More

Working out if you have to pay superannuation for your workers

It is not always easy to work out when you have to make contributions under the superannuation guarantee (SG) scheme. Read More