The extension of Single Touch Payroll (STP) requirements to employers with 19 or less employees has finally passed both houses of Parliament. From 1 July 2019, STP reporting will become compulsory for all Australian employers.
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It’s easy to assume that your Will would take care of your superannuation death benefit when you die. But that’s not the case – your super is dealt with separately from your Will.
Managing your debtors so you get paid on time is critical to your business’ survival. Paying suppliers and salaries, investing in infrastructure and growth – if you don’t have the cash, your business is in trouble. So, wouldn’t it be wonderful if customers paid on time, every time?
In our last newsletter for the year, we offer simple ways to get your bookkeeping on track (with some great ideas for your New Year’s resolutions!), and discuss the risks of switching or consolidating super funds on your own. Danny shares his thoughts on the significance of your business’ purpose, and we check in on what #teamsynectic are up to in our community.
Super fund members are regularly encouraged to consolidate their super accounts into one account to reduce paperwork and avoid paying multiple administrative fees and charges for accounts they don’t need.
Months of uncertainty for small businesses ended yesterday with the Senate passing the Bill to now extend compulsory Single Touch Payroll (STP) reporting to employers with 19 or less employees. Effective from 1 July 2019, it comes on the back of STP rolling out to larger employers from 1 July 2018.
As a Self-managed Super Fund (SMSF) trustee you might, at some stage, want to invest in property as part of your fund’s investment strategy. Before you do, you should fully consider the risks associated with property investment. Holding a “real property investment” can affect other aspects of your fund, such as benefit payments, and any […]
We are growing rapidly and need a passionate and talented Client Services Administrator! You’ll provide high-level administrative and clerical support, dealing directly with both staff and clients. This is a diverse role, based in Launceston, supporting our Accounting & Business Services team.
If you’re in business, you already know that careful financial management is important. But do you really aspire to spending your time dealing with numbers and paperwork? That’s probably not why you went into business!
Christmas will be here in a moment and many employers will be thinking about recognising their team’s efforts throughout the year. Have you thought about how to manage tax and Christmas gift giving? Feel free to celebrate, but make sure you don’t get stung with unexpected taxes. Fringe benefit tax (FBT) and associated income tax […]
Synectic is a Chartered Accounting and Advisory firm that brings together the skills of business advisers, accountants, taxation experts, financial planners, auditors, and self-managed superannuation experts.
Our team operates Tasmania-wide from Devonport, Hobart and Launceston offices.
Our mission is to enhance the prosperity of our people, clients and community.
We offer the depth of knowledge, specialist skills and resources usually associated with much larger firms. Yet our size, availability and flexibility enables us to develop an in-depth understanding of your business and financial affairs.
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