Webinar – Tax Planning (Tips & Tricks)

2022-04-21T15:53:25+10:00April 21st, 2022|ATO, Budget, Corporate, General, Webinar|

On Wednesday 4 May @ 12.3-pm, BDH Leaders is hosting a webinar tailored for business owners interested in tax planning insights, tips and tricks. Having a tax plan in place before 30 June will help you make strategic decisions to maximise your returns come tax time. With the end of the financial year fast approaching,

2022-23 Federal Budget – Overview

2022-03-30T10:09:28+10:00March 30th, 2022|Budget, General, News|

Last night the Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, handed down the Federal Budget. In delivering his Budget, he said, “events abroad are pushing up the cost of living at home” as he announced “temporary, targeted and responsible” financial support. With an election expected on 14 May, as predicted, this stimulus Budget includes initiatives to address the rising

What we know ahead of next week’s Federal Budget

2022-03-25T11:43:27+10:00March 25th, 2022|Budget, General, News|

The Federal Budget will be released on Tuesday, 29 March 2022. Not only is this an election Budget, so lots of good news, but it is a Budget coming off the back of a pandemic (and the debt required to keep the country running during the pandemic), and a series of extreme emergency events. On

What Changes on 1 July 2021?

2021-07-25T13:59:29+10:00June 11th, 2021|Budget, General, News|

Increase of the Superannuation Guarantee contribution rate to 10% The minimum superannuation contribution rate on ordinary times earnings paid to your employees is about to increase from 9.5% to 10%. This takes effect from 1 July 2021. Computer based pay-roll systems should make the correct calculations automatically. Digital Service Providers, that produce pay-roll software

May 2021 Budget Announcement

2021-07-25T13:59:58+10:00May 12th, 2021|Budget, General, News|

Last night the Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg handed down the Federal Budget - declaring Australia’s economic engine is “roaring to life” with a quicker than expected economic recovery. As a result, the budget focuses on Australia’s pandemic recovery. In particular, there is an emphasis on addressing skills shortages as well as including a “women’s budget

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