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Here are the key dates for EOFY 20-21
Take a look at our calendar for important tax and End of Financial Year dates.
This list is a guide only. Looking for advice on tax payment and lodging? Speak to an accountant or bookkeeper.
Today is World Poetry Day, celebrating all forms of poetry from epic Greek classics to NSFW limericks.
On this day in 753 BC, Romulus and Remus founded the city of Rome. Keep your own empire ticking over by making sure you've lodged the following paperwork.
Want to add a furry friend to your life? April is Adopt a Greyhound Month. Despite being bred for racing, these gentle giants love to snooze up to 18 hours a day.
On this day in 1930, Ellen Church became the first-ever flight attendant. She was responsible for serving snacks, checking tickets and even re-fuelling the plane. Luckily this checklist has a few less responsibilities.
Today is International Tea Day, celebrating the most popular beverage on the planet after water. Pop the kettle on, make yourself a cuppa and check these items off your list.
Amnesty International was founded on this day in 1961. It now has seven million members around the world dedicated to the promotion and protection of human rights.
This year, the United Nations is focusing on ecosystem restoration over the next decade. Is your business putting in more than it's taking out?
The Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown turns 57 today. Despite being banned in multiple countries, the 2003 blockbuster has sold 80 million copies and been made into a film.
It's time to finish off any stocktaking, organise your paperwork and make some last-minute tax-deductible purchases.
The countdown begins for tax returns. The deadline for most returns is October 21, however your tax accountant may be able to organise a later filing date depending on your business needs.
Today is Bastille Day, the national day of France. What better time to have a croissant and make sure your employees have their payment summaries?
Today marks 52 years since Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon. What firsts will you check off today?
The first month of the financial year is nearly as busy as the last. Make sure you've sorted out your BAS lodgement and superannuation guarantee payments.
On this day in 1911, three handymen stole the Mona Lisa from the Louvre museum in Paris. The painting wasn't well-known at the time, but its theft made it internationally famous. Make sure to keep a close eye on your assets today!
Did you know Worcestershire Sauce was invented by a pair of pharmacists? John Lea and William Perrins cooked up the condiment in their lab on this day in 1837, which indirectly led to the establishment of a research lab at Oxford University and the creation of the Bloody Mary cocktail.
We're nearly at the end of Q1, and your EOFY admin should be ticking along nicely. Haven't got your ducks in a row yet? There's still time to speak to a MYOB accredited accountant or bookkeeper and sort out your tax return.
Steve Jobs launched the Apple iPod on 21 October 2001. The original model had space for 1000 songs, 10 hours of battery life and cost $895. It received mixed reactions from Apple fans at the time, but went on to pave the way for the convenience of streaming music we enjoy today.
It's BAS and super time again! Make sure you've filed everything you need to file in order to avoid paying late fees.
Today is Halloween and the lodgement deadline for individual, sole trader, partnership and trust tax returns. Don't be scared - your accountant can extend the deadline if needed.
The company tax returns lodgement dates have taken the lead from our leaping friend February 29th and like to change things up every few years.
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