ATO Debts: When are they due and payable?

With the recent increase in debt recovery efforts by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), many have resorted to negotiating payment arrangements. However, there are some downfalls to such arrangements. The recent decision of Smith v Bone [2015] FCA 389 highlighted...

Tips for your Property Portfolio

Are you a property investor or looking to get into the market? Being a property investor is not always easy, but here are some helpful tips that could help you along the way: Our Top Tips: Property return: You must understand that property provides a different return...

Australian SME’s turning to Debtor Finance

More small to medium enterprises (SMEs) are turning to alternate funding to provide working capital as a result of banks increasing reluctance to lend. Turning to Debtor Finance? In recent times, there have been reports of small firms facing difficulties in securing...

Should you Franchise your Business?

Franchising can be a very effective way of expanding and growing your business quickly. For a well-run business, with systems and processes in place, franchising can provide benefits and satisfaction to both parties. When is your business ready to franchise? • You...

Holiday rentals under greater scrutiny

The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has begun to monitor tax deduction claims made for holiday rental properties much more closely, with the purpose of preventing excessive rental deduction claims. They have advised that they have sent letters to taxpayers in about 500...
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