Wondering why you need to make those 'PAYG Instalment' payments to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO)? We get it. The PAYG Instalment system can be a puzzle, especially if it's your first go-round or you're unsure about the payment amount.
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Discover the latest developments post-2022-23 Federal Budget as the Technology Investment Boost and Skills and Training Boost clear parliamentary hurdles. Unveiling a significant opportunity for businesses with under $50 million turnover, this blog unveils the 120% tax deduction for technology and skills expenses. Get ready to maximise these advantages with essential insights provided here
The Government has reinvigorated the 120% skills training and technology costs deduction for small and medium business.
An election ago, the 2022-23 Budget proposed a 120% tax deduction for expenditure by small and medium businesses on technology, or skills and training for their staff. This proposal has now been adopted by the current Government and details released in recent exposure draft by Treasury.
It seems as though lately almost everyone is talking about cryptocurrencies, telling you about their crypto investments, or asking you if you’re involved. However, when it comes to tax time, many people are either forgetting to declare their crypto investments or labelling them wrongly. If you are involved with cryptocurrency, the team at Smith Shearer are here to ensure that you are making smart decisions with your investments and declaring them correctly come tax time.
I think we're all feeling the impact of the political unrest in Ukraine. While individuals are noticing the impacts across petrol bowsers, and in the grocery store, many small businesses are struggling to make a profit in the face of searing costs and limited supplies.
It’s the start of the end of yet another financial year. For farming businesses and small businesses across Western Australia, this year has presented a number of both triumphs and challenges. That’s why it’s vital to begin thinking about strategies which can be implemented to reduce taxable income for year ending 30 June 2022.