It can take many years and a lot of hard work to build a successful small business. When you finally decide it’s time to sell, tax is often the last thing on your mind. Yet it can have a big impact on how much of the sale price you get to keep –
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With almost 4 million Australians making work-related car expense claims, the Australian Tax Office (ATO) has the practice in its headlights. Not only are they on the lookout for people wrongly claiming, but they are also armed with enhanced technology to check these claims.
Depreciation is a complex area, so unless you’re a specialist quantity surveyor or a qualified tax accountant, it can be hard to understand.
Automotive dealers are calling on the federal government to step in to address a power imbalance between large car manufacturers and independent auto retailers amid concern businesses are resorting to desperate measures to stay afloat.
AFS recently celebrated a large milestone in business.
Negative gearing is set to be a key issue in the upcoming federal election. If elected, Labor intends to reform the practice with the aim of improving housing affordability. The Coalition intends to leave negative gearing as is. But what is negative gearing, how does it work and what exactly are the changes Labor has […]
Happy New Year to all our valued clients and friends! We wish you and your families a happy and prosperous 2019.
Given the significant changes to how the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is now assessing travel in utes, Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) may now be applicable where it previously wasn’t.
When running a website it can be difficult to determine what you can claim upfront as a tax deduction and what you need to depreciate over time. It’s important to understand the tax implications if you are planning to launch a new website or refreshing an existing one.
Motor vehicle companies are predicting the Luxury Car Tax (LCT) will be abolished within the next two to three years, making a number of cars on the Australian market more affordable.