The taxes you must register for depend on the type of business you’re starting. Some tax registrations apply to all businesses and others may be compulsory depending on your business’ size and type.
Register for the CDICs Introduction to the Defence Market seminars
Starting an online business means applying for a business name, and finding out what licensing and permit requirements apply in your state or territory. You'll also want to get an internet domain name for your website after you figure out your business structure and apply for an ABN.
There are a number of factors to consider when selling your business, one of the most important being how much you would like to sell your business for.
Defence tender opportunities can be found on the AusTender website. A number of business areas in Defence publish information about how to do business with them.
Find out what registrations, licences and permits you need to start or grow your business.
When you make payments to employees and some contractors, you need to withhold an amount and send it to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) at regular intervals. We call this Pay As You Go (PAYG) withholding.
Understand the difference between a business or a hobby. Deciding if you are a business or hobby can affect your taxation, licensing and insurance requirements so it's important to get it right.
R&D Tax Incentive Information Bulletin January 2016 special edition on registering for the R&D Tax Incentive
The Government is investing $200 billion to modernise Australia’s defence capability. Australian businesses, large and small, will be essential to delivering these new capabilities.