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Resources to help understand and implement Single Touch Payroll (STP)
Big fines, prison on the cards as new SG penalties introduced
Extra website resources and tools is one way we offer you and your family more.
FBT Exemption for Various Work Vehicles
Tax payable on expenditure recoupments
ATO identifies SMSF contravention red flags
Who wins dispute about taxable income?
Australia - facts & figures March 2019
Strategies to handle scam phone calls and problem e-mails.
Instant asset write-off threshold upped to $25k
Jail time for GST fraud
Correcting GST Errors
Fuel tax credit rates raised
ATO set to contact clients for overdue TPAR
Reminder on Victoria Property Duties
How Australia is performing.
Global outlook summary: Down but not out
Bookkeepers remind on incoming TPRS obligations
Golden Rules for Deductions
How's Australia going - vital statistics?
Tax, SMEs set to be ‘political football’ in 2019 as election nears
Cap lifted on popular financing option for clients
Expiry of 900,000 interest-only loans set for January
Australian Taxation Office (ATO) Scam Alert: Fake Demands for Tax Payments
Tax Office sounds alarm on popular property strategy
Our Advent calendar for 2018
‘Please do not panic’: ATO boss addresses STP concerns
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Articles
Pension Payment Minimums for 2010/11
3 Tax Time Checklists - Company, Individual and Superannuation Fund
Overseas Investment in Australia – Confusion reigns.
Bank Fees Dropping
Personal Credit Ratings – Part 2
Develop a more complete understanding of your financial position by using the Calculators / Financial Tools on this site.
Henry Report - a note on the Report's recommendations
Income Tax Assessment Process Still Struggling
2010-11 Commonwealth Budget
End of Tax Payment Concessions
Australian Taxation Office (ATO)
Personal Credit Ratings – Part 2
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Finding it tougher financially?  So are many more Australians.

If your credit rating is slipping or you want to apply for a bank loan our previous article, titled Personal Credit Ratings, is worth reading.

You may want to check your own rating before applying for credit.

Some credit rating agencies charge you to search your own credit own history, but at least one (Dun and Bradstreet) realise that having an accurate database is of benefit to them.  You can check your own file free at www.dnbcreditreport.com.au but expect at least a 10 day delay.

 

 

 

 



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