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2 days ago

MCA Accountants

Reminder: Monthly Activity Statements are due on the 21st following the end of the month. Need help calculating and/or lodging your Activity Statement? Give us a call ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

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When registered for GST, you must charge GST on all sales and items connected with your business - not just your ordinary trading activities

The biggest error we see is on car trade-ins. You are required to remit to the ATO 1/11th of the trade-in value you receive. You can't claim the GST on the car, and then not pay GST on the sale of the car.
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4 days ago

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A common asset protection strategy is to put your business in a company - if the business is sued your personal assets are protected. But what about the other way? What if you personally have money troubles? If you own the shares in the company, your business is at risk. You have options here also, such as using a trust to hold those shares ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

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There are many success stories from Self Managed Super Funds, but many people go in blind. Find out what you need to know before starting one at bit.ly/2Ky3bOR ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

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A misunderstood part of GST (and one that many accountants take advantage of unfortunately) is that mistakes to your BAS's can often be fixed on your next BAS - you may not have to amend a previous BAS

Where you have overpaid due to an administrative error, you can claim back the GST on your next BAS, as long as it is within 4 years of the mistake

Where you have underpaid the same applies for errors under $10,000. For larger errors you do need to do BAS amendments

As with everything, there can be exceptions to the rules - so be prudent

Unfortunately some accountants we know will amend all 4 BAS's in the year for even minor errors, and then charge you for the privilege... if your accountant does this, simply refuse to pay (and then find a more honest accountant)
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