BROCHURES

Clear and simple explanations of complex topics

Our mission is to make tax simple for everyone. We’ve taken the time to create these free resources to help ensure that you have the knowledge and understanding you need to maximise the amount of money in your pocket.

NEWSLETTERS

Keep up to date with what affects you

No one likes reading about tax topics, but we hand pick them and make them easy to read. The result is that you pay less tax, have more money in your pocket, and stay off the ATO’s radar.

VIDEO GUIDES

Short and sharp help

Keep checking in as we create more video content. Our aim is for our videos to cover how-to’s (such as how to register for GST), as well as give you easy to understand summaries of tax and business topics.

INSIGHTS

Timely information on important items

Over time we’ve had to custom design tools and calculators to help us get our jobs done efficiently and effectively. We were taught that sharing was good, so have a look at what we have

2024 Federal Budget

NOT YET LEGISLATED It is important to note that any announcements made by the Government are not guaranteed to become Law. These announcements need to

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It’s FBT Time!!

Action Points All employers that provide non-cash benefits to employees (including in many cases, the owners) are likely liable to pay Fringe Benefits Tax on

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TOOLS AND CALCULATORS

Free stuff to assist

Over time we’ve had to custom design tools and calculators to help us get our jobs done efficiently and effectively. We were taught that sharing was good, so have a look at what we have

OTHER RESOURCES

Other information we have to offer

You might find some of this info handy as well

Tax Deductions Guide

Looking for help on what you can claim as an individual taxpayer?

We have a “plain english” guide to the most common deductions waiting for you here.

Bank Letters

We, like all accountants, get asked to sign all sorts of forms for banks and other lenders.

We can sign off on “factual information” (such as the accounts we prepare are accurate, your sales last year are $x, etc), but not declarations about the future.

Old QuickBooks Files

QuickBooks (and other programs) designed in the 90’s and early 00’s don’t always play nicely with current day computer systems.

Unfortunately we don’t have these versions installed on our computers, but there is a solution.