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Meaningful marketing and profitable brands – Introducing The Drawing Board

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The increasingly digital world can be a challenging place for brands and businesses. People have more choice, more control and more expectations. And less time, less patience and less trust…

End of Year Tax Planning 2017

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With 30 June fast approaching, now is the time to consider your year end tax position. We have compiled the following list of items to assist in the year end…

Your guide to the 2017 Federal Budget

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Budget Recap In case you missed it, last night’s budget contained a number of measures aimed at stimulating the economy particularly through infrastructure spending. This spending will be in the…

Interest Rate Hold

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At its May meeting, the Reserve Bank of Australia chose to keep the official cash rate on hold at 1.5 per cent. What this means for you? Interest rates remain…

Keeping Company expand into Pyrmont

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New office locations We are super excited to announce that we have opened a 2nd office location at 100 Harris Street, Pyrmont. The opening of this office will make it…

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Not-For-Profit Accounting

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We were extremely pleased to join the Sydney Dogs and Cats Home as a gold sponsor to help commemorate their 70th Anniversary Gala Dinner on Saturday, 29 October in The Grand…

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Superannuation contributions update

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The Treasurer has dropped some major superannuation proposals that he outlined earlier in this year’s budget, including the $500,000 lifetime concessional cap on contributions. This change has pleased many critics…

celebrating our XERO Gold Partner status

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As the newest member of the XERO Gold Partner community Keeping Thanks to the businesses who’ve joined the Xero revolution with Keeping Company we have now joined a list of...

The end of financial year has arrived

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For many businesses, the end of financial year is the busiest time of the year. The start of the new financial year is filled with plenty of obligations – and…

ACNC Annual Information Statement and Double Defaulters at Risk

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The Annual Information Statement (AIS) is required to be lodged with the ACNC for every completed financial year. Depending on charity size the following reporting options are mandatory: * Small…

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How will the 2016 federal budget effect your business?

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We have summarised the key points coming out of the May 2016 federal budget that we feel relate most to our client base. If you require any further clarification or…

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Year End Tax Planning 2016

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Key year end tax planning strategies as 30 June approaches With 30 June fast approaching, now is the time to consider your year end tax position. We have compiled the…

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Workshops and Xero Software Training at Vibewire

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Community Engagement - XERO software training On Thursday, 12 May 2016 Keeping Company launched a new concept of education workshops with a group of talented and passionate youth at Vibewire...

It’s BAS time, here’s what you need to know

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Business Activity Statement (BAS) is a tax reporting requirement for all business. The BAS is used to report and pay Goods and Services Tax (GST), PAYG Instalments, PAYG Withholding tax…

Understanding luxury car tax

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Luxury Car Tax (LCT) is a tax of 33% on any luxury car sold in Australia or imported into Australia greater than the LCT threshold. A car is considered to…

Common tax minimisation strategies for small business

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It’s tax planning time! If you’re a small business owner you don’t want to have to pay more tax than you have to. The following tips will ensure you get…

why small businesses need accounting software today

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If you’re a small business owner and have the goal of being successful and making money, then you absolutely need to be using an accounting software. Regardless of the structure,…

xero cloud accounting – moving your accounting online

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xero cloud accounting online Moving to xero cloud accounting doesn’t have to be a daunting process. It’s easier and more cost effective than you think. The cloud has changed the…

most common tax minimisation strategies

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Well it’s that time of year again when we focus our attention on tax planning before 30th June.Tax Minimisation Strategies There are a number of tax minimisation strategies that are…

tax deductible expenses – how much are they worth?

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Tax deductible expenses Although we have just started a new tax year, it is still important to understand the value of your tax deductible expenses and the benefit of that…

year-end tax planning for small businesses

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Tax planning strategies for year end Tax planning and the management of your tax liabilities is crucial to the success of any small business. There are certain strategies that can…

Want to reduce tax? The tax write-off way

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“How can I pay less tax?” would have to be one of the most common questions I am asked by small business owners (SMEs), especially given the current economic climate….