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Which towns are the ATO's

Which towns are the ATO's "strike teams" visiting next?

The ATO plans to visit to 10,000 small businesses across Australia this year to “send a message” about tax evasion.

 

Were you affected by the Eftpos and ATM outage?

Were you affected by the Eftpos and ATM outage?

The nationwide outage affected merchants and banks.

 

Does your business need a modern ERP system?

Does your business need a modern ERP system?

If you’ve outgrown your accounting software or your ERP software is old, it’s time to do something about it.

 

Labor promises tougher penalties for phoenix activities

Labor promises tougher penalties for phoenix activities

The Labour Party will seek to deter company directors from committing serious tax offences if elected.

 

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Own a successful small business but can’t find long-term investors? This may be of interest.

 

Labor and Coalition look to cut tax rate for small and medium businesses

Labor and Coalition look to cut tax rate for small and medium businesses

Both parties plan to reduce the rate to 25 percent in 2021-22.

 

Brother adds flexibility to P-Touch with the PT-P710BT

Brother adds flexibility to P-Touch with the PT-P710BT

The latest model in Brother's P-Touch range of label printers is the PT-P710BT.

 
 
 

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