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Meal Entertainment & FBT

As a follow up to our FBT 2020 post, this post goes into more detail around meal entertainment and how in-depth fringe benefits tax requires businesses, and agents to go in determining how fringe benefits tax may apply.


What Can I Claim?

Each industry has its own items that may be deductible for income tax purposes. Have a look at the various cheat sheets that may be useful in preparing your personal income tax returns.


QLD Small Business COVID-19 Adaption Grant Program

The Queensland Government is extending the Small Business COVID-19 Adaption Grant Program. As part of Stage 2 of Queensland's Economic Recovery Strategy - Unite and Recover for Queensland Jobs, up to $100 million is being made available to deliver a second round of grants, with half of this funding specifically earmarked for regional small  businesses located outside of South East Queensland. Round 2 will open on 1 July 2020.


Instant Asset Write-off Update

The $150,000 instant asset write-off has been extended to 31 December 2020


New Address

We have a new office address - sure, it's a virtual one - but it makes it a lot easier for us to manage various things


Your Business Health

We know what it's like to be small business owners. We understand your stresses. We are in this together. Let us help you get through and thrive.


Unpaid Super Guarantee Amnesty receives Royal Assent

On 6 March 2020, the Treasury Laws Amendment (Recovering Unpaid Superannuation) Bill 2019 received Royal Assent and is now enacted in law. What does this mean for you?


New Employees

Do you have processes set up for new employees? If not, we do - here's a basic package for using with new employees in your business


FBT 2020

Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) is a whole different ball game wih regards to the Australian Taxation system. Are you prepared for the 2020 FBT year (1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020)?


Unpaid Superannuation - Amnesty Bill passes Parliament

Parliament has passed legislation to encourage employers to catch-up on paying superannuation entitlements to staff.


December 2019 eBrief

December 2019 updates from the bookkeeping industry. Prepared by ICB for its members and their clients.


Events: 2020

Building Business Relationships on a physical level is just as important as online interactions so join us in Toowong QLD once a month for business networking and quality conversation.


Trusts owning NSW property may need a new Deed


November 2019 eBrief

November's monthly newsletter for Nationwide BAS clients prepared by Institute of Certified Bookkeepers for its Members and their Clientele and associates


September 2019 eBrief

September's monthly newsletter for Nationwide BAS clients prepared by Institute of Certified Bookkeepers for its Members and their Clientele and associates


Small Business Workshops & Webinars

The Tax Office regularly run events for small business owners. Topics include record keeping, tax essentials, employer essentials and more. With legislation changes every few months, it's important to keep up to date (which we do for you) but it's also good as a business owner, to understand for yourself what is happening in the world of tax, employment and compliance.


Motor Vehicle Expenses

Motor Vehicle Expenses that you can claim in your tax returns can be confusing - especially if you end up being subject to fringe benefits tax. The Tax Office released some fact sheets which should help clear the air.


August 2019 eBrief

August's monthly newsletter for Nationwide BAS clients prepared by Institute of Certified Bookkeepers for its Members and their Clientele and associates

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