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21 hours ago

MCA Accountants

We work hard at our asset protection strategies, but every time you give a personal guarantee you are basically undoing your hard work. Sometimes it's unavoidable, but you'd be surprised how many business you deal with that give you credit have it included in their standard terms. Always read the fine print and then request to have those guarantees removed ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

MCA Accountants

If you have a trust that you stopped using, chances are it's not actually closed and you run the risk of skeletons popping up. Learn what you need to do at bit.ly/2LsACQg ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

MCA Accountants

It's important for both the employer and worker to get the distinction between and employee and contractor correct. Failure to do can result in some very unwanted consequences for the employer in particular

The main differences are around risk, reward, and control:
- Who bears the risk of defaults?
- Who carries insurances?
- Who bears the risk of cost and time blowouts?
- Who dictates hours of work?
- Who provides the equipment?
- Is the worker able to sub-contract the work?

If the employer has most of these, the worker is an employee and needs to be paid as such - leave accruals, super, tax withholding, penalty rates, etc

We have seen numerous occasions of the ATO forcing employers that have paid workers as contractors for years to later on front up and pay to the ATO all the unpaid tax and other items. Often it ends in the business going bankrupt

Dealing with contractors are much easier, but at the end of the day is it worth risking your entire business?

Get the right advice to protect your assets
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4 days ago

MCA Accountants

Wondering what you can claim for your work travel? When a trip is for business purposes only you can claim all airfares, taxis and car hire – but accommodation and meal costs only for overnight stays. If you mix business and private travel, you must keep records showing the business-related and private parts of the trip. ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

MCA Accountants

If your business has outstanding tax debts of $100k or more, be aware that proposed new laws let the ATO report some debts to credit reporting bureaus who can use this information in preparing credit status reports.

If you get into difficulty, the best thing you can do is get help before it becomes too much of a problem.
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