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Accounting & Tax

Lay the right foundations for a successful future with help from RSM’s accounting and tax experts.

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Finances are the lifeblood of your business, yet they can be very difficult to navigate.

Especially when you’re run off your feet trying to manage everything else, handing the stress and uncertainty of accounting and tax over to experts can be a huge weight off your shoulders.


At RSM, we work with thousands of large and small business owners to help them lay the best possible financial foundations so they can stay focused on a successful future.

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What we offer

We provide a full range of professional accounting and tax services designed to streamline your processes, ensure compliance, and position your business to make the most of all possible incentives. Contact us to assist with:

  • Annual tax returns
  • Cash Flow
  • GST compliance and returns
  • Employment taxes
  • Financial accounting
  • Financial reporting
  • Tax incentives
  • Tax planning and transaction support
  • Personal income tax preparation

You can rely on or chartered accountants to keep you updated on the latest regulatory changes that impact your industry, and support you with insightful and practical advice that helps you make confident and informed decisions.

We also help with a complete range of complex tax issues, as well as business growth and strategy, digital and cloud accounting, and more.

 

CASE STUDIES
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Urban.io provides a turnkey Industrial IoT solution for remote data acquisition from your buildings into your business systems.

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Six8 is one of the new and unique players in the sharing economy space with the vision to make live music accessible for everyone.

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xAmplify specialises in government and enterprise solutions and has scaled from a small start up to being a leading competitor with multi-nationals in the tech space in just two years.

 
RSM offers Safe Harbour strategies

ATO’s compliance approach - allocation of professional firm profits

25 November 2022
16 December 2022 will mark 12 months since the ATO’s release of Practical Compliance Guideline PCG 2021/4 – the new tax compliance approach to the allocation of professional firm profits.

How company structures are beneficial to farming businesses

18 November 2022
In recent times the ATO has had companies under the microscope in terms of taxation affairs.

Case study: Hepworth Self Storage

11 November 2022
Age is no barrier for entrepreneurs, Gavin and Marion Platt-Hepworth. In their fifties, the couple approached RSM for assistance to assess the feasibility of setting up a self-storage facility in Yass NSW.

Significant changes to Aged Care Financial Reporting

11 November 2022
Recommendation 133 from the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety is currently being implemented.

Fuel tax credits: Recent changes and what you need to know

3 November 2022
After much confusion on eligibility to claim fuel tax credits when the federal government halved the excise on fuel in June 2022 on 29 September, the temporary reduction

STP Phase 2: Everything you need to know

17 October 2022
In the 2019–20 Federal Budget, the government announced that Single Touch Payroll (“STP”) reporting would be expanded to include additional information.

What is Carbon Farming and how can you benefit from it?

4 October 2022
Carbon farming is an established industry within Australia that is generating increasing interest across the agricultural sector most recently due to the new Labour government’s greenhouse gas reduction targets.

Updates from the QBCC: The move towards General Purpose Financial Statements

20 September 2022
As of 1 July 2022, the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) have started enforcing the preparation of General Purposes Financial Statements (GPFS) for all financial statement lodgements following the end of the 12-month transition to AASB 2020-2 and AASB 1060.

Record keeping for a trade services company

8 September 2022
One of the most neglected aspects in all businesses, but especially the trade services industry, is the ability to manage records for the ATO. As time consuming as it may seem, when you have a great system in place to assist with this side of business, it can be a quick and easy process.

Reviewing your farm debt strategy and capital structure

22 August 2022
The continued growth in agricultural land values and two good seasons of higher returns (for some) has allowed many farmers to strengthen their balance sheets in the lead up to a rebound in interest rates.  

Should you raise your prices to keep up with inflation?

10 August 2022
I was in a retail store the other day and was surprised to see a notice taped to the counter. It said: “We are proud that we haven’t raised our prices, even in light of current events.”

Next round of QLD business boost grants

3 August 2022
The next round of QLD Business Boost Grants is about to open!

Don’t let your ATO tax debt cripple your healthcare business

19 July 2022
In the healthcare sector, we have noticed some complacency around overdue tax payments, particularly, for medical contractors who operate under an ABN, and failure to keep on top of tax obligations can very quickly see debt rise. 

Key considerations for agribusinesses facing current economic challenges

7 July 2022
In the face of increasing economic uncertainties associated with rising interest rates, significant inflationary cost pressures, product innovation and dynamic global markets, to mention just a few, it is critically important that managers take this opportunity to review the long-term financial health and competitiveness of their agribusinesses.

Temporary full expensing of depreciating assets: who wins?

17 June 2022
As the end of financial year looms, everyone is thinking about tax. That makes it a good time to examine the value of asset write-off rules. Temporary full expensing of depreciating assets has been extended, but do small businesses benefit?

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