This month’s investment update from Greenwich Wealth highlights market expectations for investors as we look at the release of March Chinese lending figures.
The 2019-20 Budget has seen a boost of $60m for the Export Market Development Grant Scheme (EMDG). The EMDG Scheme is a financial assistance program for small and medium-sized businesses with a turnover of less than $50m that are exporters or aspiring exporters. It offers to reimburse up to 50% of eligible export marketing and promotion expenses above $5,000.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has handed down the 2019-20 Federal Budget. A stronger economy and secure future were his promise, as he announced a $7.1 billion surplus, tax cuts and extra funding for infrastructure and services to regional Australia. Read our summary of the 2019/20 Budget.
This month’s tax update looks at the extension of Single Touch Payroll to all Australian businesses, and the legislation in limbo as we near the Australian federal budget and election.
The Fringe benefits tax (FBT) year ends on 31st March. Here a few issues which employers often ask us about.
This month’s investment update from Greenwich Wealth takes a deeper look into the Australian economy, as markets continue to rebound despite economies showing more signs of weakness.
All Australian businesses are now required to report payroll information to the ATO via Single Touch Payroll as of the 1 July 2019. Learn more about STP and what it means for your business.
Australian Federal Budget 2018-19 The Treasurer handed down Australia's Federal Budget 2018-19 on Tuesday 8 May. There was nothing unexpected in this budget, and it is largely business as usual. Most notable are the personal [...]
In an interview with Acuity, Australian Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan FCA has indicated that in his new agenda for 2018 he has set his sights on small business and big spenders.
Every so often the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) sends a warning out to taxpayers indicating where their gaze is focused. Last month in a speech to the National Press Club, Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan did exactly that.