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The STP reporting clock is ticking

The STP reporting clock is ticking

By Oliver Holcombe

If you’re a small employer with 19 or fewer staff, the countdown to your first single touch Read on...

Three ways to lift retirement income

Three ways to lift retirement income

By Mal Smith

Aussies are living 10 years longer than we did 50 years ago; we are also staying fit and active Read on...

Time for an annual tune-up?

Time for an annual tune-up?

By Helen Ruddy

Checking in on your goals, finances and health We don’t think twice about taking our car in Read on...

Smart ways to invest your tax refund

Smart ways to invest your tax refund

By Ryan Troe

Tax time can often feel like a hassle, but it’s all worth it when that tax refund lands in your Read on...

Tax man sizes up clothing claims

Tax man sizes up clothing claims

By Jasmine Gash

Submitting a claim for your work-related clothing expenses is common come tax time, with more than Read on...

Protecting your Superannuation Package

Protecting your Superannuation Package

By Shane Lee

You may have recently received a letter from your super fund or heard on the news that your Read on...

Cruising to the EOFY finish line

Cruising to the EOFY finish line

By Ashleigh Peltz

The end of financial year can sometimes feel like a race to the finish. To help you cruise through Read on...

Are you ready for Single Touch Payroll?

Are you ready for Single Touch Payroll?

By Oliver Holcombe

If you haven’t heard about the introduction of Single Touch Payroll (STP) for employers with less Read on...

Is your business financially fit?

Is your business financially fit?

By Kerry Schmidt

The secret to a successful business is to make sure you are not just working IN your business but Read on...

How to spot a scam

How to spot a scam

By Jack Staines

Con artists make entertaining subjects for Hollywood scriptwriters (think The Wolf of Wall Read on...

Guide to travel-related work expenses

Guide to travel-related work expenses

By Christine Town

Travelling for work can be expensive, whether it’s visiting clients in your home town or Read on...

How much super is enough?

How much super is enough?

By Mal Smith

Most of us dream of the day we can stop working and start ticking off our bucket list. Whether you Read on...