Grants of up to $200,000 (excluding GST) are now available to eligible businesses. Applications are now open and expressions of interest close on Thursday, 7 July 2022. Read more about eligibility and how your business can apply.
The ATO’s Small Business Superannuation Clearing House (SBSCH) online service will be unavailable from 11:30pm on Saturday 25 June to 7:00am on Sunday 26 June 2022 AEST, due to a planned outage for maintenance. Scheduling payments too close to 30 June 2022 may mean the super payments do not clear in time. Read more about the potential implications to employers.
If you’re already involved in, or considering the Non Fungible Token (NFT) space you need to be aware of the potential tax implications of buying and selling NFTs.
In our simple guide, we explain NFTs, their trading nature and importantly, the tax treatment and GST implications of NFTs.
Read on to understand the evolving and complex space of NFTs here.
With the end of financial year fast approaching, now is a good time to think about opportunities and risks that should be addressed before 30 June 2022.
To help you with this, we have included some of the key issues that clients should be thinking about pre year end. If you would like to discuss any of these, or other things that are on your radar, don’t hesitate to contact your Hall Chadwick team.
Read our 2022 Year End Planning guide here.
The ATO has released further clarity on how COVID related expenses including the cost of tests will be treated at tax time and emphasised their firm stance on what will be tax deductible. Read more about what expenses can be claimed, and the ATO stance on those expenses that will not be eligible.
The October 2018 edition of Tax Time Monthly covers income tax and state taxes. Items covered include Single Touch Payroll, Bill: Making Sure Foreign Investors Pay Their Fair Share of Tax in Australia, R&D tax incentive changes, changes to small businesses, the 2018 SA Budget and more.