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Download Bank Transactions in CSV file from Commonwealth Bank

Download Bank Transactions in CSV file from Commonwealth Bank

Getting the bank transactions from the bank account in CSV format can be tricky. But it is something that your accountant asks every now and then, to complete your bookkeeping and accounts. In this blog, we will be going to show you, how it is done in step by step...

Be updated, Fuel tax credit rates have increased

Be updated, Fuel tax credit rates have increased

From 4 Febryary fuel tax credit rates have increased. Check out what you need to know about this increase and more important features of fuel tax credits. What are fuel tax credits? Fuel tax credits provide businesses with a credit for the fuel tax  (excise or...

Exporting goods and services? GST Conditions

Exporting goods and services? GST Conditions

Exporting goods and services? GST Conditions. If you export goods and services you probably don’t have to pay GST (Goods and Services Tax), but some conditions must be met. Basically, GST is a tax on consumption in Australia,  so it is not intended to apply to...

Are you up-to-date with the Super payments?

Are you up-to-date with the Super payments?

Are you up-to-date with the Super payments? As an employer, you need to be sure your are paying the superannuation to your employees at the right time. Many consequences may arise by not making super contributions at time. One of those is the “Super Guarantee Charge...

Be careful, you can be a victim of a tax scam

Be careful, you can be a victim of a tax scam

Be careful, you can be a victim of a tax scam. Either a call, SMS text or email, scammers are posing as ATO workers to finally take your money. According to the ATO, scammers have stolen over $800,000 around Australia the last november. So do not become a new victim...

ATO’s 2019 New Year’s resolutions for small businesses

ATO’s 2019 New Year’s resolutions for small businesses

The ATO has released some 2019 New Year’s resolutions for small businesses. So take the opportunity in the beginning of this year to get things organised for this 2019. Keep up with these resolutions to streamline your business to run smoothly: 1) Sort out your record...

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