Final items to tick off before 30 June 2018
If you employ, there are some important items to double check before EOFY!
Avoiding Victorian Workcover Remuneration Estimate Penalities
To avoid potential understatement penalties, you need to review your remuneration estimates from the beginning of the year.
How to work from home - productively!
Working from home is definitely not for everyone, it takes self-discipline to stay productive. We’ve identified three big problems associated with working from home, and given you ways to solve them.
Newsletter - June 2018
We’re into the final weeks of the financial year, tax planning and forecasting is well underway. Updates on Single Touch Payroll, super tax deductions and recruitment.
When can you claim deductions for car expenses?
The ATO may request proof that you were required to undertake the travel for work when claiming expenses, so you need to make sure you’re keeping accurate records.
Aged Care Seminar August 2018: What every family should know!
After the wonderful success of our Aged Care Seminar earlier this year, we're very pleased to announce we'll be hosting Jayne from Millennium Aged Care Consultants once again on Wednesday 22 August!
How to successfully run a business with your spouse.
We’ve combined the experience and wisdom of two couples-turned-business-owners to create some golden rules to follow when working with your significant other.
The business support program designed to help you grow!
Plant: Grow: Reap provides business owners with a wealth of expertise all in the one place, so that the knowledge you need is easily accessible, and tailored to your own goals.
Quick Budget Breakdown 2018
A quick recap of the 2018 Australian Federal Budget key points, including taxes, business and superannuation matters.
Don’t get an ABN just because your employer tells you to!
Not everyone is entitled to an ABN. Employees in irregular or casual jobs (such as performers, musicians, labourers and some consultants) are being asked to get an ABN by employers, when they are not actually eligible for one.
Newsletter - May 2018
Hopefully you're well underway with preparations for the End Of Financial Year. This newsletter can be used as your guide to ensure you're on track for the next couple of months.
Boost your super by downsizing in retirement.
From 1 July 2018, you can top up your super with proceeds from downsizing your home.
Tax Planning 2018
Shane's rundown on tax planning for 2018, including notes on superannuation, individual tax and areas of focus for the ATO.
The EOFY checklist you need in your life right now!
As always, the months have flown by and we’re already nearing the end of financial year. Here’s a handy checklist to run through to make sure you’re all up to speed as June 30 closes in.
How to save money in your 20s (and beyond).
10+ money saving tips for young adults that we can all learn from - and none involve giving up avocado!
Is working from home actually productive?
There is extensive debate about whether or not employees are more productive when they work from home. While it does save on travel time and office space, some people find it distracting to work in a non-disciplined work environment.
Newsletter April 2018
April newsletter from Aintree Group. Subscribe for news, updates and advice about accounting, business, superannuation and more!
Your guide to basic accounting jargon (and why it's important to know)!
It might seem like a waste of time - after all, you hired an accountant and they're the expert - but it's very important for you to know the basics.
Important notes from our aged care seminar (that everyone should know!)
What we learned, how we felt, and why we'll definitely be hosting another one!
Why you should embrace cloud-based accounting tools
If you are yet to convert to "the cloud", there are some of the big benefits you could be missing out on.
Audit Alert! How to make sure you record your FBT correctly.
The ATO is cracking down on fringe benefit tax, and these are some of the apps that may save you.
How to make sure you'll get the most out of your retirement.
Retirement planning should never be an afterthought. It plays too vital a role in your life to be done poorly or continuously put off.