For small to medium companies the size and type of company capital usually doesn't matter. But sometimes it does.
Is your home-based business CGT safe? Or will you be hit with a huge tax bill when you sell your family home?
Qualifying for the 15 year exemption depends on you passing the 'in connection with your retirement' hurdle.
Here are the 10 most important tax concessions announced on budget night 6 October 2020.
Declaring a dividend is not that straight forward. There are 5 steps to run through. And heavy penalties await if you get this wrong.
The Full Federal Court has overturned the Federal Court's Eichmann Decision. Here is Andrew Henshaw of Velocity Legal in Melbourne with more.
What happens to contract law during COVID-19? Here is Geoff Stein of Brown Wright Stein Lawyers in Sydney with some insights.
What does it actually mean when an app integrates with another app? Here are Jeffrey Atizado and Clinton Cowin with the answer.
What should your app ecosystem look like? Here are Jeffrey Atizado of SMB Consultants and Clinton Cowin of TradiePad with some things to ponder.
Let these top 10 podcasts for Australian accountants inspire you. You never know where you find the answer you are looking for.
The Foreign Investment Review Board is to protect Australia's national interests. Here is Simon Dorevitch with more.
Big business and small business CGT concessions are not meant to meet. But there are ways as Andrew Henshaw of Velocity Legal will show you.
In this episode Andrew Henshaw of Velocity Legal in Sydney will answer three Div 7A listener questions.
Only services connected with ITZ (indirect tax zone) can possibly be subject to GST as Simon Dorevitch of A & A Tax Legal Consulting will tell you.
Incoterms are pre-defined commercial terms. Simon Dorevitch of A & A Tax Legal Consulting will tell you what they mean.
Succession and work-life balance are often put aside and receive less attention. In this episode John Peterson will plead with you to make them part of your strategic objectives.
John Peterson discussed your mission, vision and values (MVV) in the last episode. This episode is about how get there by focusing on your strategic objectives.
Mission, vision and values (MVV) are keywords in the language of business development. So we asked John Peterson of Best Practice to tell us more.
Business advisory will allow you to avoid competing on price. Here is Mark Holton of Smithink with more.
Family trust elections play an important role but are not a one-size-fits-all solution. Paul Mackenroth of Cleary Hoare in Brisbane will tell you more.
A CGT rollover might be a great option when you can't get your hands onto a small business CGT concession. Here is Adrian Bailey of Cleary Hoare with the details.
Government grants can help our clients to prosper and survive. They can save our client's cash flow position. Here is Stuart Smith of Vebiz with the details.
The small business CGT concessions are one of the most generous tax concessions in Australia. Adrian Bailey of Cleary Hoare will guide you through the details.
The basic conditions for small business CGT concessions have tightened. Adrian Bailey of Cleary Hoare will walk you through the changes.
How does one register as a tax practitioner? Here is Ian Taylor, the Chair of the TPB to walk you through the process.
Div 7A payments can turn into an expensive exercise. Including transfer or provision of company assets. Peter Adams of Augmentor will tell you what this is all about.
Div 7A loans are tricky but there are ways out. As Peter Adams of Augmentors in Sydney will tell you.
At the very start it sounds easy. You just go and buy what you need. But it isn't easy. Steven Fine of Growth Focus will walk you through the process.
Offshoring has a negative connotation. But it doesn't have to be this way. Mike O'Hagan of Mike's Buiness Tours will show you the options you have.
If you want to sell your accounting practice, do you know how? Steven Fine of Growth Focus runs you through the process with valuable advice on the way.
"Improving the Small Business CGT Concessions" is the title of a new exposure draft. Patrick Huang of Argyle Lawyers will walk you through the details.
The R&D Tax Incentive can help companies to survive and prosper. But how? Kevin O'Hara of Techwitty will walk you through the details.
Is it debt or equity? Scott Treatt of Pitcher Partners will walk you through Div 974 that governs the classification of debt and equity.
The Panama Papers were the scandal the world had to have. In this episode Ben Sewell of Sewell & Kettle in Sydney tells us how it happened and what it meant.
Car parking can turn into a fringe benefit over time. Claire Thornett of WLF will tell you how, when and to what extent.
How do you set up shop in an offshore tax haven? Ben Sewell of Sewell & Kettle shows you what it takes and a few more things along the way.
Payroll exemptions and rebates are not harmonised across Australia. Here are Andrew Fricot and Ankur Dhar of Revenue NSW with the details.
Mortgage brokering is a $344b industry right in front of us in the supply chain. Here is Jonathan Preston of Home Loan Experts with more insights.
Meal entertainment is confusing. There are so many moving parts that it is easy to lose track. Claire Thornett of WLF in Hobart is here to take us out of this confusion.
The payroll tax grouping provisions play a huge role. Here are Andrew Fricot and Ankur Dhar of Revenue NSW with the ins and outs of grouping.
CFDs are complicated. Jonathan Preston of HomeLoan Experts traded CFDs for quite a few years and will walk you through the ins and outs of CFD trading.
Payments to contractors can be subject to payroll tax if paid under a 'relevant contract'. Andrew Fricot and Ankur Dhar of Revenue NSW will tell you more.
We have all heard of Bywater, but what actually happened? How was it set up? And how did the ATO find out about it? Here is Robert Campbell of McLeod Campbell & Associates with more.
Something as fundamental as tax residency should result in a clear answer. But it doesn't. Too hard as Clint Harding of Arnold Block Leibler will argue.
Tax residency is the gateway to the Australian taxation system. Robert Campbell of McLeod Campbell will walk you the ground rules around residency.
Most of Australia's payroll tax legislation is harmonised across Australia. Andrew Fricot and Ankur Dhar of Revenue NSW will show you.