Imminent Changes to Personal Leave Entitlements for Employees
A recent Federal Court decision is likely to have significant impacts on employee entitlements with respect to personal leave for employees. Employees, full-time and part-time, are entitled to 10 days of personal leave per year of service. The definition of “10 days” has now been reviewed in the recent court case.
Starting a family is an exciting time for any couple. There is also a level of uncertainty about how you will adapt to the change and afford the additional costs that go with having little footsteps in your home. Research from the National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling (NATSEM) suggest that it takes over $406,000 to raise a single child from birth to the end of their education. That is a lot but, you can prepare yourself. We’ve prepared a number of tips that we think might be helpful to your growing family.
Privacy in the News
In today’s climate, we are being bombarded with messages about surveillance on a global scale with social media loopholes; Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, even photo editing apps.
What Is a TPAR?
It is that time again, Taxable Payments Annual Reports (TPARs) are due for lodgement with the ATO on 28th August.
The Start of a New Year
It’s July, and a new financial year is dawning – so what a perfect time to get out ahead with a budget.
Tax Cuts: What Will They Mean For You?
Millions of Australians will be receiving between $255 and $1080 in tax cuts for the 2018-2019 Financial Year as part of the Coalition’s income tax plan that passed parliament last week. This is phase one of tax reduction plans that will be implemented over coming years.
Should I Get Health Insurance To Save Me Tax?
Another question I get quite often at this time of the year is, “should I get Health Insurance to save me tax?” The answer depends on your income.
How to Get The Most Out of Tax Time
Tax time doesn’t have to be overwhelming; there are a few key things you can do to get the best out of your tax return.