Do you import goods worth A$1,000 or less?

Do you import goods worth A$1,000 or less?   From 1 July 2018 overseas businesses that meet the GST registration threshold of A$75,000 will need to charge GST on goods that are: less than A$1,000 (low value) imported into Australia not GST-free (such as most basic food, alcohol, tobacco, or tobacco products). How will this…

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THE AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR JUST FELL TO ITS LOWEST LEVEL IN 2018

Selling the Australian dollar one indicator that expresses a view the world is a riskier place today than it was yesterday. Judging by the heavy selling over the past few months this is currently the case. In mid-June 2018 the Australian dollar was trading at around its lowest level in more than a year, falling…

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Reduce Your Insolvency Risk

The latest Trade Payments Analysis from Dun & Bradstreet shows businesses are waiting on average almost 45 days for payment. Slow payment not only impacts on your ability to pay your suppliers on time, it also reduces your ability to grow the business and increases your likelihood of insolvency.

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Superannuation Reforms Passed

On 23 November 2016, some of the most far-reaching superannuation reforms of the past decade were passed by both Houses of Parliament. The superannuation reform package was announced in the 2016-17 Budget and amended following consultation.

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Choosing the right business structure

When starting a business, it is very important to choose the business structure that best suits your needs.

There is a range of factors to be considered when choosing a structure and these will vary according to each case.

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Five rules for managing your cash flow

When starting a business, it is very important to choose the business structure that best suits your needs.

There is a range of factors to be considered when choosing a structure and these will vary according to each case.

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