Taxing fame: The ATO’s U-turn

Sportspeople, media personalities, celebrities and ‘insta’ influencers beware. The ATO has taken a U-turn on how fame and image should be taxed. – Taxing fame: The ATO’s U-turn.

Avoiding the FBT Christmas Grinch!

It’s that time of year again – what to do for the Christmas party for the team, customers and gifts of appreciation. Here are our top tips for a generous and tax effective Christmas season. – Avoiding the FBT Christmas Grinch!

Good records save small businesses

This article illustrates how keeping good tax records can save time and money, and ultimately contribute to the profitability of the business. It outlines the various benefits to small business and reminds your readers that the ATO is not lenient when it comes to mistakes. – Good records save small businesses.

Tax cuts: To cut or not to cut?

This article looks at whether the 2022-23 Federal Budget will amend or repeal tax cuts legislated to commence on 1 July 2024. – Tax cuts: To cut or not to cut?

The revival of training and technology boosts

This article outlines the former Government’s announcement regarding the introduction of measures to provide certain business taxpayers with bonus tax deductions for expenditure relating to training employees or improving digital operations. – Revival of the training and technology boost measures.