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Which accountant is your glass slipper?

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Like many industries accountants can often be specialised. For example when we look at the trade industry, you don’t exactly want to hire a plumber to put in a new light socket for you… may not end well. Or you don’t want to go see a podiatrist for your nose job. They’re all deemed tradies […]

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Bit Coin

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Because why have a whole coin when you have a ‘bit’ of it? So for those of you out there who may have been living under a rock and have never heard of the term ‘Bit Coin’, or simply have no clue what it is, I’m here to help. Bit Coin is the world’s first […]

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KICKSTART the New Financial Year!

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Our top 10 steps to make the most of this financial year, and how to start off on the right foot. For a lot of businesses, the end of the financial year means they’ve handed over all of their financials (or about to) to their accountant and have left them to it. Well I hate […]

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Setting Goals

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And write them down! Without a goal or objective, you’re just running through the motions day to day, which works fine, but we’re looking at the big picture here. To achieve, to grow, to expand, you need a goal. And this may be the goal, but there’s other steps that go into that process. This […]

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Binding Death Nomination Forms.

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Make sure you know where your money is going.   Superannuation for many Australians is their largest asset after their home or business. So wouldn’t you like to know what happens to all the benefits in the case that you are no longer here to use them? A Superannuation fund is not accounted for within […]

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Tax Myths and Mistakes Exposed!

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The 10 most common tax myths and mistakes that businesses are most likely to fall trap to this Financial Year.   Rental Deductions Myth: You can claim deductions for your rental property the whole year round and for maintenance and renovations. Reality: You can only claim deductions for the periods of time where your property […]

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The difference between an accountant and a tax agent

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A tax agent. Specialised in knowing the tax law and compliant with the ATO standards. A tax agent doesn’t require a formal degree however still requires a certificate, generally in either bookkeeping or accounting and must be approved y the Australian Practitioners Board. Your accountant is a strategist. They look towards the financial security or […]