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Setting yourself up as a sole trader

Setting yourself up as a sole trader can be beneficial for both parties as the contract can take place business to business rather than business to employer and it’s really not as complicated as you think. 102 more words


Sole trader or limited company: the best choice for freelances

When should a sole trader become a limited company? Our guide shows you how such a move will affect your tax, legal and financial responsibilities… 958 more words


Home Office Expenses- what can you claim?

Do you operate a business either in full or in part from your home and you are required to use your own computer, phone or other electronic devices for work purposes, then you may be able to claim a deduction for these costs. 458 more words

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Sole Traders lose Goodwill Tax Relief

Since 6th April 2008 and until 3rd December 2014 Sole Traders and Parternships were able to claim Entrepreneurs Tax Relief on Goodwill when becoming a Limited Company. 100 more words


Seven point checklist before submitting your BAS

It’s that time of the quarter again and I am encouraging all my clients to get their BAS completed early this quarter. Whilst your accounting software will prepare the figures for you – it is important that you do a certain amount of checking before you submit the figures to the ATO to ensure that the data is correct and complete. 186 more words

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What is the small man doing for the economy?

We are constantly being bombarded with requests to support the small trader or sole trader and not to be reliant on multi-nationals. All well and good, but are the… 194 more words

Changes to Tax for the small to medium enterprises and the people behind them

Outlined below are key topics you need to be aware of for the remainder of the 2015 financial year.

Individual Tax Rates

While there was no change to the individual income tax rates for the 2014/15 year, the effective top marginal tax rate has increased from 46.5% to 49% with an increase to the Medicare levy and the introduction of the temporary budget repair levy. 340 more words

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