The changing financial circumstances of many tenants (and landlords) have had a significant impact on many residential tenancy arrangements. The ATO has provided brief guidance on its approach to the most common changes, including: Tenants being unable to pay rent: In these cases the ATO indicates landlords can still claim deductions for rental expenses where tenants … Read more COVID and Residential Rental Properties
Employers that have fallen behind with their superannuation guarantee (SG) obligations will have 1to “self-correct” under a new amnesty.
The super guarantee (SG) amnesty is a one-off opportunity to correct past unpaid SG amounts. Employers have a six-month window, until 7 September 2020, to disclose, lodge and pay unpaid SG amounts for their employees.
Help for business JobKeeper 2.0 The Government has announced further changes to the JobKeeper scheme. The good news is that employees that missed out on JobKeeper because they were not employed on 1 March 2020 might now be eligible. The proposed changes would enable employees employed on 1 July 2020 to receive JobKeeper payments from … Read more What now? Where to get help if you need it
Hang in there We’ve designed this guide as a quick reference to the COVID-19 related tax and financial support that might be available to you. It’s quiet comprehensive, but care needs to be taken and you should consult your accountant when making decisions. The Government has flagged that more support is coming and we will keep … Read more Complete Covid-19 Guide to Stimulus and support Measures as at 6th April 2020
The Second $66.1 bn Stimulus Package: What You Need To Know The Government yesterday released a second, far-reaching $66.1 bn stimulus package that boosts income support payments, introduces targeted changes to the superannuation rules, provides cash flow support of up to $100,000 for small business employers, and relaxes corporate insolvency laws. The stimulus measures are … Read more Stimulus #2 – Bigger, better and far more impact
Today we put out our live video to help clients connect and take action to get their house in order. It’s important to get off on the right foot, “Most people aim at nothing – and they hit it with alarming accuracy.” The Business Edge Accountants team are here during these difficult times to support and … Read more What is your Continuation Plan?
The long-awaited superannuation guarantee amnesty passed Parliament late last month. Employers who have fallen behind with their SG payments now have 6 months to ‘self-correct’ under the amnesty. But, with the amnesty comes additional penalties if employers fail to take advantage of this one-off opportunity. The Bill containing the one-off superannuation guarantee (SG) amnesty has … Read more Superannuation Guarantee Amnesty now law
The Reserve Bank of Australia is widely tipped to reduce interest rates again to historic lows. Easton Wealth economist Emmanuel Calligeris explores the impact. Australia and world volatility The ongoing trade war between the US and China has dominated financial market movements recently. The last two trading months have seen increased market volatility. In July, … Read more Towards Zero Interest Rates (and what it means to you)
From July 1 2019, If you don’t meet PAYG withholding obligations for your workers, by not withholding tax from their payments and not reporting it to the ATO, you could lose your tax deduction. This will apply to income tax returns lodged for the 2020 financial year and beyond. If you withhold tax from payments … Read more Report PAYGW Correctly to Claim Tax Deductions
To assist us in preparing your 2019 Financial Statements and Income Tax Returns, we have a Year End Questionnaire here. It is important that your records are complete and that any supporting documentation is included before forwarding to us. Filling in the questionnaire will help you identify transactions and any accounting issues that may arise … Read more 2019 Financial Statements & Business Tax Returns Year End