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Taxation Services

We regularly deal with a broad range of personal and corporate taxation issues and make a point of understanding the individual needs of every client. Whether you need advice on company tax, personal tax effectiveness or indirect taxation including payroll tax and GST, our team will identify the best solutions for you.

Our taxation services include:

  • Preparation and lodgement of taxation returns
  • Capital gains taxation planning
  • Fringe benefits tax returns
  • Land tax returns
  • Payroll tax returns compliance
  • Tax planning and minimisation
  • PAYG and superannuation compliance

ACCOUNTANCY FEES, COST OR INVESTMENT?

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As accountants, we're always helping our clients find ways to reduce their overhead costs - one of the seven ways to grow your business. Did you know that your accounting fees are an overhead cost? Should you be cutting this cost? Or do you view us as an investment?

Expenses are a necessary evil; we can't avoid them and often view them as a grudge purchase with little value add.

An investment, on the other hand, is about the return on your spend - what you get back as benefits; more cash, more discretionary time, or simply peace of mind that everything is done as it should be.

The true purpose of an accountant is to provide enduring value to you and your business. It’s no longer just about annual accounts and tax. We believe that all our clients should have, at a minimum:

  • An annual Business Plan
  • An annual Cashflow Forecast
  • Ongoing accountability coaching

Clients who are investing in these services are reaping the rewards. They know where they want their business to go and have identified the goals they need to achieve to get there.

If you consider what you spend with your accountant to be a cost, then cut that cost; if you consider it an investment, you need to invest now more than ever.

"The biggest expense is an opportunity cost." - Anon

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