Simply download the checklist appropriate to your situation below:
We recommend contacting our office to discuss your situation.
Whilst you are not required to keep a log book, the Australian Taxation Office may ask you to show how you worked out your business kilometres.
We recommend you keep a log book for at least 12 weeks to calculate your business percentage and retain all of your receipts for your vehicle running costs. This will ensure the maximum deduction you are entitled to is achieved.
We recommend MYOB Accounting Software.
As there are many available options to choose from, please contact us to discuss the version that best suits your needs.
- July to September Quarter — 25 November
- October to December Quarter — 28 February
- January to March Quarter — 25 May
- April to June Quarter — 25 August
- Due 21st of every month
If you need assistance to lodge your BAS, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.
The portal allows you to manage your business tax affairs to prepare and lodge Business Activity Statements and communicate with the Australian Taxation Office.
In order to access the Business Portal, you will need to register for an Auskey –
If you are an employer with 20 or more employees your Superstream deadline was 31 October 2015.
If you are an employer with 19 or fewer employees your Superstream deadline is 31 October 2016.
Further information is available from the Australian Taxation Office website: https://www.ato.gov.au/General/Other-languages/In-detail/Information-in-other-languages/SuperStream-employer-checklist/
Alternatively, please contact us if you require further clarification.
- July to September Quarter — 28 October
- October to December Quarter — 28 January
- January to March Quarter — 28 April
- April to June Quarter — 28 July
Please note that if superannuation is not paid by these dates, the payments are not tax deductible. Should you require all your superannuation contributions to be deductible in a financial year, the contribution must be received by the Fund before 30 June.
If you are a small business (19 or fewer employees), superannuation contributions should now be paid through the Superannuation Clearing House or through your payroll software. You can register for the Superannuation Clearing House (free to use) here https://www.ato.gov.au/business/super-for-employers/paying-super-contributions/small-business-superannuation-clearing-house/
Please contact us if you require further clarification.
If you require further assistance or clarification, please contact us.