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Want to buy a profitable business? Advance Stationers Melton is up for sale.Click on the link to find out more.

Wishing all our clients and their families and friends a safe and Happy Christmas and a wonderful 2019.
Please note our office will be closed from midday Friday 21st December 2018 and will re-open Monday 7th January 2019. Contact us for more information   

There's a new ASIC email scam circulating. Please ensure you don't click on the link.
Check out what ASIC have to say:

https://asic.gov.au/online-services/service-availability/scams-targeting-asic-customers

Are you tax time ready? Click on the link to head to the ATO small business newsroom.
This website gives small business owners, informative information on anything from Super guarantee, Single Touch payroll, Record keeping and much much more

Another year, Another federal budget.
With a lot to digest from last nights budget. Click on the link below to check out a more simplified version from NTAA of the winners & losers.

Is your holiday rental property genuinely available to rent? The ATO are setting their sights on false claims, errors & mistakes made by rental property owners. Click on the link to find out more about what you can do to avoid incorrectly claiming on your holiday rental

Don't forget your Jan - March Business Activity statement due date of 30th April is fast approaching. Call us on 9747-0255 to speak to one of our friendly staff for all your BAS & Tax needs.
Click on link for tips on how to keep track of your records

Did you know that Parliament have now passed changes in rental property depreciation legislation.
To find out more click on the link below to watch a short video from BMT Depreciation Tax Surveyors

Uber is looking for more drivers and Airbnb is seeking more hosts, but what are the implications of becoming part of this new ‘sharing’ economy’?

According to the Assistant Commissioner of Taxation, Tom Wheeler, over 400 small to medium sized enterprises are about to receive a visit from the ATO as part of a crackdown on cash based businesses.