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  • Savings and budgeting

    By setting goals, planning ahead and being smart with your savings and debt strategies – you can actively grow your wealth even from a modest start. Snapshot Start by setting your short, medium and long term goals. Be specific and add in realistic timeframes. Avoid the common debt traps. Your financial adviser can help you […] The post Savings and budgeting appeared first on Crosby Dalwood | Accou...

  • AUSkey fraud alert

    The Australian Taxation Office has recently detected cases of identity thieves fraudulently obtaining AUSkeys linked to legitimate businesses. Once an Auskey has been allocated, access is gained to the Business Portal so that fraudulent BAS can be lodged and bank details updated to accounts that are not controlled by the entity. The ATO were able […] The post AUSkey fraud alert appeared first on C...

  • Redundancy

    If you have been made redundant, it is important to understand the financial issues involved, your entitlements, and how to make the most of your redundancy payment with the help of your adviser. Components of a redundancy payment If you have been made redundant, you may be entitled to receive certain tax concessions1 that would […] The post Redundancy appeared first on Crosby Dalwood | Accountant...

  • Family law and superannuation

    When a marriage or de facto relationship breaks down, it can be a stressful time and the task of separating finances can often add to the pressure. Getting the right advice can help you make the tough financial decisions about your assets and superannuation. Whenever there is a change to your financial situation, a review […] The post Family law and superannuation appeared first on Crosby Dalwood ...

  • Disclosure of tax debt

    In his mid-year economic update, Treasurer Scott Morrison has revealed that the Government has given the Taxation Office the discretion to disclose tax debt information of businesses to credit reporting bureaus. This measure will start from 1st July 2017. Treasurer Morrison has raised concerns that businesses that do not pay their tax or engage effectively […] The post Disclosure of tax debt appea...

Crosby Dalwood Pty Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Superannuation checklist for employers

      Paying superannuation is an important part of being an employer. But let’s face it, you’ve got a business to run; new business sales targets to reach, new marketing initiatives to prepare and launch, delivering your products and services on time and within budget, customers and employees to keep happy and so on….. of course, […] The post Superannuation checklist for employers appeared first on C...

  • The business owner’s checklist

    Being your own boss can be rewarding, but it’s also incredibly challenging. That’s why it’s important to future-proof your hard work by taking steps today that will prepare your business for tomorrow. When you’re running your own business, it’s demanding enough to keep up with the day-to-day, which means it’s easy to lose sight on […] The post The business owner’s checklist appeared first on Crosb...

  • Are you ready for the changes to super contributions caps?

    The Government is making significant changes to super contribution rules. With these proposed changes now having passed the parliament and effective from 1 July 2017, it’s worth understanding how the new rules could affect you. Australia’s super system is designed to help people save for their retirement years. As well as enabling retirees to become […] The post Are you ready for the changes to su...

  • Estate planning – what you need to know

    Estate planning involves much more than having an up-to-date Will. It is important to ensure that your assets are distributed in the most effective manner and without adverse tax consequences for your beneficiaries. What is estate planning? Estate planning involves considering what will happen to your assets upon the death of you or your partner […] The post Estate planning – what you need to know...

  • Online selling – hobby or business?

    If you sell products or services online, you need to understand whether you are doing it as a hobby or carrying on a business. Selling online The questions below can help you understand whether your online selling is a hobby or a business. Every ‘yes’ answer increases the likelihood you are carrying on a business […] The post Online selling – hobby or business? appeared first on Crosby Dalwood | A...

  • 11 tricks to motivate yourself

    Motivating yourself to do stuff is hard. When it’s just you on your living-room floor, it’s tempting to do a few push-ups and quit, even though you said you’d do 20. And when it’s Saturday morning and you’re supposed to be working on that novel you said you’d write, it’s easy just to… not. Below, […] The post 11 tricks to motivate yourself appeared first on Crosby Dalwood | Accountants Adelaide.

  • Exploring the cost of aged care

    Managing the costs of aged care Choosing the best aged care facility for yourself or a loved one can take its toll – both emotionally and financially. But with a bit of planning, you can take control of your cash flow and make sure you find the right care facility. Whether you’re considering residential aged […] The post Exploring the cost of aged care appeared first on Crosby Dalwood | Accountant...

  • Business News

    Find out information on current government changes for small businesses and companies.   Small Businesses The Small business entity turnover threshold increased from $2 Million to $10 Million on the 1st of July 2016 for the purpose of accessing certain existing income tax concessions. The increased threshold will not apply for the small business capital […] The post Business News appeared first on...

  • Is your corporate Christmas Party tax deductible?

      With Christmas fast approaching it is timely to consider how the ATO treat the office Christmas Party. Christmas Party If you’re planning on holding the party at your premises on a working day, the costs (food and drink) are an exempt property benefit to current employees for Fringe Benefits Tax purposes, and as such […] The post Is your corporate Christmas Party tax deductible? appeared first o...

  • Quick Dinners on a Budget- One Pan Mexican Quinoa

      The last thing you need at the end of a long day’s work is a pile of dishes and an extravagant meal idea that requires far too much time and money that could have been better spent with the kids……….or perhaps a case of beer, or couple of bottles of wine. Put away those […] The post Quick Dinners on a Budget- One Pan Mexican Quinoa appeared first on Crosby Dalwood | Accountants Adelaide.

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