Brad Moore

22 January, 2021

Small Businesses: Don’t Forget Your FBT Concessions

During these challenging economic times, many small businesses are still in the recovery phase where every dollar counts, the last thing these businesses need is to be paying more tax […]
20 January, 2021

Take Advantage Of Your Carry Forward Cap

2021 may have had a subdued start, but a new year brings in new resolutions, perhaps one of your resolutions this year is to boost your super balance so you […]
18 January, 2021

Insolvency Changes To Help Businesses

While the government continues to help businesses through the current pandemic-related recovery with various revenue measures, it is inevitable that some businesses may not make the journey back. To assist […]
14 January, 2021

Budget Super Reforms On The Horizon

More super changes are on the way with the release of draft legislation to implement super reforms announced in the 2020-21 Budget including single default account, best financial interests duty, […]
22 December, 2020

Data-Matching Program: Online Selling

Online sellers beware, the ATO has extended its current data-matching program for another 4 years to ensure that businesses and individuals are correctly meeting their registration, lodgment and tax obligations. […]
15 December, 2020

Has Your Employer Underpaid Super?

If you’re an individual and you think you’ve been underpaid or not paid super for the work you’ve done, one of the ways to try to claim unpaid super is […]
10 December, 2020

Illegal Phoenixing: ATO Retaining Refunds

A new administrative approach has been released by the ATO in relation to the exercise of the Commissioner’s discretion to retain tax refunds where a taxpayer has an outstanding notification. […]
7 December, 2020

Visibility Of Super In Family Law Proceedings Delayed

In an effort to increase economic security for women in the event of divorce, the government had previously proposed to introduce a measure to improve the visibility of superannuation assets […]
30 November, 2020

Victorian Budget: What’s In It For Me?

The Victorian Treasurer has handed down the 2020-21 State Budget in challenging economic conditions. The government projects net debt will reach $87bn this year and will grow to $155bn by […]
25 November, 2020

NSW Budget: What’s In It For You?

The NSW government has released its 2020-21 Budget amid the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Treasurer, Dominic Perrottet, a deficit of $16bn is forecast for the 2020-21 financial year, due […]