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Budget 2016 wrap-up: what really matters for small business
Trying to make sense of all the varying reports on the Federal Budget? We break it down to the key changes for small businesses and start-ups.
May 6 2016, 5:40PM
Attack of the EOFY: Tweak these numbers in your accounting software
The end of the financial year is almost here, but there's still time for some last-minute tweaks.
Jun 26 2015, 3:40PM
Tax late? 5 signs you might need a bookkeeper
Whether you are lodging BAS late or don't have time to chase debts, here are five classic signs that you might need a bookkeeper. Do any sound familiar?
Aug 29 2013, 5:02PM
Majority of small businesses want BAS/GST simplified, survey finds
More than half of Australian small businesses would vote for the party which promised to "significantly simplify" BAS/GST reporting, a survey had found.
Aug 29 2013, 11:26AM
Opinion: Coalition promises to small business are a mixed bag
The Coalition's support for small business this week will be welcomed, but their proposal to cut red tape is a bit rich, argues Daniel James.
Aug 1 2013, 12:51PM
"GST and taxation and all that crap": who's unhappy
The seven million Australians who work in small businesses are being urged to make their grievances public on a new web site.
Apr 11 2013, 2:48PM
10 things small business people want changed
From making GST and BAS simpler to getting rid of the carbon tax, here are 10 changes business operators claim they'd change their vote for. Do you agree?
Mar 27 2013, 1:10PM
This handy web site has help for bookkeeping
Need someone to ask questions when bookkeeping gets too difficult? Here is a web site that might be of interest.
Mar 12 2013, 1:35PM
There are better options than expanding the GST net to online sales
Opinion: While the Federal Government may argue changing the GST threshold on online purchases is an equity measure, it’s likely to be viewed by many as an exercise in shoring up the federal budget.
Nov 13 2012, 11:32AM
QuickBooks moves to the cloud
QuickBooks Online is latest accounting package to move to the cloud, opening up to Australian customers two months after its international beta launch.
Sep 25 2012, 1:22PM
The great online shopping debate - how the locals can win
Australians are among the most enthusiastic online shoppers in the world.
Sep 17 2012, 11:08AM
New GST for online shoppers unlikely, experts say
A GST on imported goods valued under $1000 is unlikely say tax experts, despite a government taskforce suggesting “in principle” grounds for it.
Sep 11 2012, 12:19PM
Apply GST to $30 overseas Internet purchases, says NSW treasurer
All overseas purchases over $30 would have a 10 percent GST surcharge, under a current proposal.
Sep 10 2012, 3:03PM
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