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Superannuation Guarantee Changes July ’22

Superannuation Guarantee Changes July ’22 Blog Banner
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Superannuation Guarantee contribution rate to be increased The Superannuation Guarantee rate is scheduled to increase from 10% to 10.5% on 1 July 2022. This is the minimum percentage of a person’s salary (ordinary time earnings) that their employer must pay into their superannuation. Last year, the Government increased the Superannuation Guarantee 9.5% to 10% on […]

Small Business Support

Small Business Support Small Business Support is at hand
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ATO offers help whatever your situation This tax time will be extremely stressful as businesses try to weave their way through the torrent of financial implications COVID-19 has had on business and the economy, amongst other reasons. What we can be certain of is help is available. There are resources at hand as well as […]

COVID-19 Disaster Payment – Queensland

COVID-19 Disaster Payment – Queensland
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Please be sure to head to the following link to check your eligibility for the most recent Covid-19 disaster payment applicable for those affected by the most recent lockdown in SE Queensland. This is a lump sum payment for those who were unable to work due to the public health order.  There are eligibility rules […]

Superannuation Guarantee percentage increase 1st July 2021

Superannuation Guarantee percentage increase 1st July 2021 Super Guarantee Blog Post
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Changes to superannuation were announced in the 2020-21 Federal Budget, when the government unveiled its Your Future, Your Super package. It’s been frozen at 9.5% since 2014, despite having been originally scheduled to reach the 12% mark by 1 July 2019. As per the May 2021 Budget – Super will increase from 9.5% to 10% of Ordinary […]

Upcoming ATO reporting Obligations

Upcoming ATO reporting Obligations Upcoming ATO obligations
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Closely held payees concession ENDS 1st July 2021 Small employers with 19 or fewer payees are currently exempt from reporting amounts paid to closely held payees through Single Touch Payroll (STP) until 30 June 2021. I.e. An individual directly related to the entity from which they receive payments such as: Directors or shareholders of a company Family members […]

Harmonise through Reconciliation

Harmonise through Reconciliation Reconciliation
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Harmony is knowing your financial position! Reconciliation is the process of ensuring that two sets of records (usually the balances of two accounts) agree. Reconciliation is used to ensure that the money leaving an account matches the actual money spent. This is done by making sure the balances match at the end of a particular […]

Why You Need A Bookkeeper

Why You Need A Bookkeeper
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Most entrepreneurs try and do everything themselves when they start out so that they don’t have to pay someone unless they have no other choice. That is why many small business owners struggle to justify paying for the help with the financial side of their business. But this is one instance where hiring outside assistance […]