End of financial year


Consider you new (financial) year resolutions

6:00AM | Tuesday, 12 June 2012 |  At the start of every year, people from all walks of life come up with New Year’s Resolutions to try and set themselves a goal for the year ahead.

Seven essential tax time housekeeping tips

5:30PM | Wednesday, 23 May 2012 |  It’s just six weeks until the end of the financial year. Unless you want the taxman to clean your business out, you must start dealing with these seven areas right now. BY GREG HAYES.

Start your EOFY review process

5:00AM | Monday, 23 May 2011 |  While planning for the year ahead is a focus at this time, it’s also crucial to conduct some sort of review of the year just gone.

Answer some Twitter questions

5:00AM | Wednesday, 16 May 2012 |  People ask questions all the time on Twitter. If you help even one person a day, you’ll quickly get a reputation as an expert in your field.

Get in touch with your accountant

5:00AM | Thursday, 3 May 2012 |  If you are a start-up and are new at dealing with EOFY tax matters, it’s a great idea to get in touch with your accountant and start talking about what you need to do before June 30.

Stocking up on tax savings

8:11PM | Monday, 8 August 2011 |  If you are in the process of finalising your end of financial year accounts and calculating your tax position, keep in mind any tax options that are available to you which can save you tax.

Start the new financial year with a clean desk

7:01PM | Friday, 1 July 2011 |  Ah, a new financial year. New opportunities, new challenges, new frontiers. It’s enough to make a start-up entrepreneurs giddy with the thought of what lies ahead.

Study the ATO’s hit list

6:37PM | Thursday, 30 June 2011 |  Every year the Australian Taxation Office makes it nice and easy for entrepreneurs to understand exactly what’s got the tax man hot under the collar by releasing something called its Compliance Guide.

Reviewing your financial year

6:45PM | Wednesday, 29 June 2011 |  I’m a believer in the adage that you can’t go forwards by looking backwards. To ascertain your next move, you need to explore your mistakes.

Small firms tipped to slash spending ahead of June 30

6:07AM | Tuesday, 28 June 2011 |  Small businesses are set to slash their end-of-financial-year spending by an average of 15%, a new survey reveals.