RSM Australia

Structuring advice

Growing wealth through a business can deliver many benefits to an owner or investors but even the most profitable company will not deliver those returns if structures are not in place to manage them.

RSM offer business structuring advice for large corporations to small SMEsThe right structure is essential to maximising return, optimising and managing tax obligations, having cash at the right time and in the right quantities. 

We help large public companies structure for efficiency and optimal operation as well as helping small and medium enterprises manage cash, profit and meet their obligations and the aspirations of their owners.

Asset protection vs tax optimisation

In business, there are many risks that are simply out of your control. This thinkBIG report takes a closer look at one of the great conundrums for owners of small businesses - the balance between asset protection and tax optimisation.
17 August 2019

Liquidity a problem? Give your business a health check !!

Companies relying on historically low interest rates to mask their true capacity to pay bills when they fall due, need to seriously address debt serviceability once the official cash rate starts moving higher which some will say will occur in 2017.
2 December 2016

How healthy is your medical practice?

“There are two certainties – death and taxes. As a medical practitioner you help your patients delay one of these. As accountants, we can help you manage the other. ”
16 November 2016

Budget 2016 for SMEs

Key announcements Increase in small business entity turnover threshold from $2 million to $10 million; Increase the unincorporated small business tax discount; Amendment to Division 7A to allow self-correction for inadvertent breaches.
3 May 2016

Five areas corporate Australia should be aware of in 2016

The introduction of new tax measures, increasing insolvencies, and the growing incidence of digital disruption in the corporate sector in Australia means there are a number of key areas that CEOs, executives, directors, and boards should be aware of in 2016, according to RSM Australia.
21 January 2016

The NSW small business grant

The NSW Government has introduced a new grant providing incentives for NSW businesses to employ new workers and expand their enterprises.
6 January 2016

10 things business owners should focus on in 2016

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) forecast suggests the domestic economy will remain stable into 2016 and low interest rates are set to continue. [1]  This is likely to create some growth in consumption, which is good news for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
22 December 2015

Divorce and succession planning

Divorce can have a significant impact on the family business, possibly leading to the sale of all or part of it. This article answers some of the key questions around this topic.
4 June 2015

Selling a business - the basics

Preparing your business for sale
25 March 2015

Case study: Hutcheon and Pearce

The global population is expected to total more than 9 billion by 2050 and farmers will need to double their agricultural output while using the same amount of land, water and other resources. This challenge is one that General Manager of Hutcheon and Pearce, Arron Hutcheon, is ready to play a part in.
1 January 2015

Case study: ADG Prestige Builders

“RSM offers strategic advice particularly when it comes to managing finance. I will be looking to Ray and the team in the next five years to provide advice on the best way to finance the business to sustain growth”. - Adam Guilmartin, Owner
1 January 2015

Key contact

Dace Harris - National head of Business Advisory

Dace Harris
National Head of Business Advisory

T: +61 2 8226 4500
E: dace.harris@rsm.com.au 


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