Helping you grow your business by offering you expert advice on how to save money, increase your profits, employ staff, and stay on top of your tax obligations. We can also advise you on how to best structure your business to ensure growth and longevity.
We keep in regular contact with you, so we are able to offer you the help you need when you need it, helping you make the right decision to get ahead.
Planning your business structure correctly from the start can have a huge impact on the ability of your business to grow.
There are many ways to structure a business, each with advantages and disadvantages for each business scenario. We can advise you how to structure your business to maximise your growth according to your individual requirements.
We can also help you to identify and claim tax deductions for certain business purchases against the income that you earn. These allowable deductions vary according to your circumstances. We’re here to advise you and ensure you make claims where you’re entitled to reduce your tax liability.
As your business grows, it is inevitable that you will need employees to continue that growth. There are many obligations and legal requirements relating to the employment of staff and we have the expertise to ensure you meet your obligations, whether you have one employee or one hundred.
There are many considerations concerning new employees, such as PAYG withholding, superannuation liabilities, Fair Work requirements, overtime arrangements, bonuses and benefits just to name a few.
We can advise you on the right system for your business.
There are many taxes to consider when running your business. We can advise you on your Goods and Services Tax (GST) obligations and we can also manage and administer this for you.
We can also advise you on Capital Gains Tax (CGT). A capital gain is the profit you make when you sell or dispose of something that’s increased in value, which contributes to your assessable income. We can also determine if you are eligible for the Small Business Capital Gains Tax Concessions, if you sell your business the profit may be excluded for tax purposes.
We can also advise on Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT), the benefits or perks you supply to your employees as a way of recognising and rewarding their contribution. We can help clarify which benefits or perks are subject to tax and how best to manage this.
Get in touch and we’ll explain the various levels of service we offer.