Fringe benefits are an important part of business and can be a useful way of attracting quality staff. However, if you're going to provide fringe benefits to your staff, you need to be aware of your taxation obligations.
Information on employer obligations to make superannuation guarantee contributions for eligible employees and choice of super fund, Australian Taxation Office requirements and payment cut-off dates, and the Small Business Superannuation Clearing House.
Deductions for costs incurred in running your business are allowable, provided the expenses are not of a private, domestic or capital nature.
Are you employing people? Use this free checklist to help guide you through the federal and state laws that can apply when you take on an employee.
Wages and employment conditions are often one of the first things a potential employee will consider about a job.
Arranging insurance for your new business. The types of insurance required for running your business will vary depending on the type, structure and size of your business, and which industry you belong to.
Find out the 5 key steps for setting up your business including deciding on business type and structure, registering your business name, applying for an ABN and understanding taxation and finance.
End of the financial year is an important and busy time for small business owners, completing bookkeeping, tax returns and begin planning for the new financial year.
Federal income tax is levied on the taxable income of a person or a business. Find out when you need to lodge your income tax return.
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. This is called Pay As You Go (PAYG) withholding.