Tax for Small Business


5 common tax issues purchasers may inherit

There are a range of potential tax issues that a purchaser can inherit when acquiring the shares in a private company, which is why the purchaser needs to undertake thorough tax due diligence and the vendor needs to be prepared. Due to the Australian tax

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Important change to work from home tax deductions in 2023

If you perform some or all your work from home and intend to claim a home office deduction in your 2023 tax return, it’s important you’re aware of the recent changes. The ATO’s Draft Practical Compliance Guideline – Claiming a deduction for additional running expenses incurred

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A guide to claiming the R&D tax incentive

One of the key responsibilities of the modern CFO is to obtain appropriate funding for the business. While debt and equity have always been key sources of funding, one area that tends to be overlooked is government grants. Government grants, in particular the Research and

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Are Australians paying too much income tax?

Australians pay too much income tax – or so some argue. The Australian Financial Review’s economics editor, John Kehoe, for example, has noted: Australians are paying more personal income tax as a share of government revenue than any other advanced economy, except for the high-taxing Scandinavian

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Tax time: A toolkit for small business

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has released a tax time toolkit to help small businesses and their tax professionals nail their income tax returns. It has also flagged what it will be focussing on for small business tax returns for 2021–22: Deductions that are private

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Quick guide: SME tax deductions

Tax time can be a stressful time for many business owners. It can be confusing keeping on top of deadlines, changing rules and deductions. The best place to start with your taxes is by enlisting the help of a tax professional to make sure you’re

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Small business tax planning tips: the do’s and don’ts

Tax planning can be daunting – especially as a small business owner when it adds to your already exhaustive To Do list. At William Buck, we’ve found that many small business owners can become so focused on day-to-day operations of running their business that they leave their End of Financial Year

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