Jobkeeper 2.0 for Employers and Eligible Business Participants

Jobkeeper 2.0 Payment from the ATO Jobkeeper 2.0 has now been announced by the Government. This payment is extended until 28 March 2021. If you are in the Jobkeeper scheme now, this will continue until 27 September 2020. From 28 September 2020, your GST Turnover will need to be tested and if eligible (down by [...]

2020-08-18T09:58:35+10:00April 25th, 2020|ATO, BAS, Bookkeeper, Financial, Governments, Hawkesbury, MYOB, Trades, Xero|

Coronavirus COVID-19 Cashflow Boost from ATO

**Cashflow Boost For Employers** – due to Coronavirus The ATO will provide tax-free cash flow boosts between $20,000 and $100,000 to eligible businesses, delivered through credits on your BAS  July to October 2020. Eligibility – If you held an ABN on 12 March 2020 and continue to be active Have an aggregated annual turnover under [...]

2020-08-18T09:45:49+10:00April 25th, 2020|ATO, BAS, Bookkeeper, Financial, Governments|

Are you falling behind with your bookkeeping?

Bookkeeping is usually the last tedious job to do when running a business. Who has the time right? It's hard enough keeping up with your invoicing, chasing your customer's payments and paying your staff. That's why you should not feel worried about asking for help from a professional bookkeeper. We aim to take the burden [...]

2019-12-14T14:37:13+10:00December 14th, 2019|ATO, BAS, Bookkeeper, Financial, Governments, Sales, Taxes, Trades|

Completing your Business Activity Statement (BAS)

As BAS Agents, we must take "reasonable care of your financial matters" and need to review most of your receipts/supplier tax invoices to claim back the GST on your behalf. We offer a full bookkeeping service from the start of every month to preparing all ATO requirements for monthly/quarterly/yearly lodgements. Feel free to contact us Click [...]

2019-11-28T12:46:21+10:00November 10th, 2019|ATO, BAS, Bookkeeper, Financial, Governments|

New Financial Year for your tax return

Maintain separate business and personal records. Have a separate bank account for business transactions only. Keep your records for 5 years. Set aside time to review and update your records Keep records electronically wherever possible. Software can help you report income and claim expenses correctly. ATO Small Business Newsroom

2019-07-13T16:01:23+10:00July 11th, 2019|ATO, Financial, Governments, Taxes|
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