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When importing your goods through a freight forwarder, you typically have to pay Goods and Services Tax (GST) at the time the goods enter the country. GST must be paid upfront before your goods are released from customs and sent to your door.

From 1 July 2021, the superannuation guarantee statutory rate will rise from 9.50% to 10%. From then on, the rate will...

As an employer, you are required to pay super guarantee (SG) for eligible employees calculated from the day they start...

Starting a new business can be a very exciting time. It can also be overwhelming. After working with literally hundreds...

If you are unable to pay your ATO obligations on time, there is a possibility of setting up a payment plan to pay off...

What is it?

Workers' compensation is a compulsory statutory form of insurance for all employers in every state and...

Most businesses have one or more bank accounts. These may include a cheque account, high-interest bearing savings account...

Cash may be disbursed in a number of ways and for a number of reasons. For example, a business may pay wages or rent,...

Because cash is the easiest asset to misappropriate, it is vitally important that the owner or owners of the business set...

Most employees can choose which super fund their employer superannuation contributions are paid into. The option to...