If you’re an employer, 2020 is the year you need to make sure you’re paying superannuation entitlements on time. Here’s how you can avoid an automatic notice from the ATO.
If you’re running a business, you’re responsible for paying your own superannuation as well as your employees’. Here’s what you need to know when it comes to paying yourself superannuation, writes Nina Hendy.
Through careful self-education and the use of emerging technologies, employees are being put right back in the driver’s seat when it comes to the management of their superannuation investments.
The findings from the Banking Royal Commission report were released this week, causing the media to go into a frenzy. But what do these recommendations mean for small businesses in financial services and those relying on them?
As the CEO of Australia’s first superannuation fund for women, Christina Hobbs is painfully aware of the superannuation gap between men and women – particularly for those who also happen to be self-employed. In this article, she shares her tips on how to start rectifying the situation.
Reviewing the superannuation account and the PAYG Payable account works in much the same way as your bank accounts and credit card accounts with one exception and that is that the ‘new statement balance’ will always be $0.00.
Setting up a new business means being tech savvy. But when it comes to tax, startups often get it wrong.
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 the most bang for your buck come tax time.