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9 hours ago

MCA Accountants

Tax Tip: Business Restructure - While there are a number of concessions available to small businesses looking to restructure, these don't usually allow for ownership changes. For example if you start as a sole trader it can be difficult to get a structure in place that changes the ownership to 50:50 with your spouse Getting the structure right from the start will save you more tax dollars in the long run, and give you more options in the future ... See MoreSee Less

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11 hours ago

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If you operate your business in a company, there are good tax reasons for not distributing all profits to yourself (i.e. retain them in the company) - however this comes with asset protection risks. By not declaring them as dividends, they are "company property" and available to creditors. Declare them as dividends (even if loaned back the company) and they are yours (tip: consider securing the loan) ... See MoreSee Less

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1 day ago

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Partnerships can be a cheap and effective structure, but it comes with risks, particular around the protection of your personal assets. Find out the pros and cons at bit.ly/2MzMyzF ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

MCA Accountants

If you work from home you may be eligible to claim some of your home expenses if you have a dedicated home office. "Running" costs are deductible, such as electricity, as are your computer, desk, printer, etc. "Ownership" costs are not deductible (such as interest on your home) and the attempt to claim these will see part of your home no longer eligible for the main residence CGT exemption. ... See MoreSee Less

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