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Under new reporting laws that were passed in late 2019, the ATO now has the ability to disclose tax debt information of businesses to registered credit reporting bureaus (CRBs).
Businesses that have their tax debt reported may run into significant difficulties in obtaining financing from lenders and credit from key suppliers if tax debts become visible.
Read more to find out if this change may affect your business.
Our new cloud based dashboard management reporting service is now available.
The cloud based dashboard management reporting system syncs automatically with cloud based management accounting software such as Xero, MYOB and Quickbooks delivering improved service levels by combining technology and expertise.
Recent correspondence from the ATO has been issued to SMSF trustees who hold greater than 90% of their assets in a particular asset category, stating that diversification must be considered in the investment strategy. Our latest newsletter outlines what all trustees need to consider in terms of their investment strategy to remain compliant.
The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has recently announced that from 1 October 2019, if your self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) annual return is more than two weeks overdue for lodgement, your SMSF will not be able to receive employer super guarantee contributions or rollovers from another super fund. Read our latest newsletter article to see what impact this may have for you.