How depreciation works with negative gearing

December 13th, 2020|

Negative gearing is a heavily debated topic throughout the property industry and is often in the headlines at election time. As one of the major drawcards to investing in property, investors must factor it into [...]

JobKeeper Payment

April 1st, 2020|

The Government is introducing a subsidy program to support employees and businesses. The JobKeeper Payment will help business affected by COVID-19 to cover the costs of their employee’s wages, so that more employees can retain [...]

Small business employers of apprentices to get stimulus package

March 25th, 2020|

The government has introduced a wage subsidy to support small businesses in retaining their apprentices and trainees. You may be eligible to receive 50 per cent of their apprentice’s wages, capping at $21,000, per apprentice, [...]



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How can I pay for my tax return preparation?2019-06-21T00:49:28+00:00

We have accept credit card payments, EFT transfers, cash or cheque.

If I can’t come to your office to do my tax return can I send the information to you?2019-06-21T00:49:12+00:00

Yes you can, we will keep you informed of the process of your tax return. In many cases we will communicate with you electronically.

How long will it take to receive my refund?2019-06-21T00:48:53+00:00

Once the tax return is lodged, it takes approximately 14 days to receive your refund. Your tax refund will be deposited directly into your bank account.

How hard is it to change Accountants?2019-06-21T00:48:35+00:00

In most cases it is fairly simple to change from one Accountant to another. We do all this for you.

How much does it cost to have a tax return prepared?2019-06-21T00:48:16+00:00

The cost to prepare a tax return is based on the complexity of the return. For individuals the cost to prepare a tax return starts at $150 and for couples $250. All prices are including GST.
If you have a business then we suggest that an appointment is made completely free of charge so we can gain a more thorough understanding of your business so to assess the likely fees to be charged.
Did you know all fees are tax deductible!

What is the due date to lodge my income tax return?2019-06-21T00:46:40+00:00

If you prepare your tax return yourself, the due date for lodgement is the 31st October. If you lodge your tax return through a Registered Tax Agent such as Gerhardy Whitelum you will be eligible for an extension dependent upon your personal lodgement history and income level.


Does Workcover remuneration include superannuation contributions?2019-06-21T00:50:25+00:00

Yes it does, Workcover remuneration includes gross wages, allowances and superannuation contributions. Workcover provide a detailed explanation of what is included in remuneration.

Do I have to pay superannuation for my employees?2019-06-21T00:50:05+00:00

Yes, superannuation is generally payable for all employees and must be paid at a minimum on a quarterly basis.

When do I lodge my BAS?2019-06-21T00:49:50+00:00

BAS statements are lodged quarterly due 28 days after the end of the quarter, with the exception of the December BAS which is due 28th February each year.
Did you know you can elect to complete your BAS on a monthly basis?

What is an engagement letter?2019-06-21T00:47:31+00:00

The engagement letter sets out very clearly the services we offer, the fees & charges associated with those services and you the client can expect of us your trusted advisor.

I want to setup a company or trust, can you help me?2019-06-21T00:50:53+00:00

Yes we can help you setup a company, trust, unit trust or partnership. We provide advice on what are the best structures to use based on each individual case.

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