• Reserve Bank Rates – August 2021

    August 3rd 2021

    RBA keeps cash rate steady as lockdowns hinder recoveryLockdowns across the country, the spread of the Delta variant of COVID-19 and the stuttering vaccination roll-out have all contributed to the Re..
  • Hot on the Tax Office Hit List: Cryptocurrency

    July 23rd 2021

    With the dramatic increase of cryptocurrency trading since 2020, it’s no surprise that the Tax Office want to get their hands on the tax from the gains generated from this trading. The Tax Offic..
  • Tax Office Reminders and Warnings

    July 16th 2021

    With the new financial year now in place, it means it's time to lodge your 2020-21 tax returns. The official deadline for most people will be 31 October 2021 to lodge their returns. If you are using ..
  • Increased COVID Support for SMEs

    July 30th 2021

    The federal and state governments have jointly announced new support measures for New South Wales in the midst of the current pandemic situation in Greater Sydney. Both the federal and state gover..
  • Reserve Bank Rates – July 2021

    July 6th 2021

    Cash rate held again, but era of ultra low rates is over The cash rate has been held at the historically low level of 0.1% again, amid swirling rumours that the Reserve Bank of Australia will move..

    July 23rd 2021

    With $10,000 grants available to small businesses and hospitality venues experiencing a drop in revenue, the NSW Government is looking to soften the blow of the current lockdown.Grant eligibility; ..
  • NSW Budget – What’s in it for SMEs?

    June 24th 2021

    In delivering his fifth budget Treasurer Dominic Perrottet's said NSW is looking to the future from “a position of strength,” daring to “do things differently”. But what does that mean for..
  • NSW BUDGET 2021-22

    June 23rd 2021

    Designed to support families, this “budget with a heart” has a strong focus on supporting NSW residence as a reward for doing so well during the pandemic. NSW Economic Snapshot; NSW records..
  • Are You Ready For The 1 July Super Increase?

    June 9th 2021

    As an employer, you should by now be ready to implement the +0.5% superannuation rate increase effect July 1 2021. If not, you need to urgently; Review your employee contracts or agreements to det..