Taxation Services

Business conducted in Australia must deal with “minefield” of taxes.  The term “minefield” is appropriate to describe the Australian taxation system as it is complex and regularly changing.  With this complexity and change comes the risk that a business will not recognise a tax liability or will misunderstand the extent of a liability and, accordingly, be exposed to significant penalty for late payment of tax.

Effectively, this page provides a checklist of Australian taxes that a business may be exposed to and enables business managers to seek further information and/or assistance in identifying taxation liabilities and complying with taxation reporting and remittance obligations.

  • Income tax
    • Tax returns & advice
      • Companies, trusts, partnerships, superannuation funds
    • Australian & foreign residents
    • Capital gains tax
    • Tax consolidation
    • Transfer pricing
    • Thin capitalisation
    • Fuel tax credits
  • Goods & Services Tax
  • Pay-roll tax
  • Stamp duty
  • Land tax
  • Rulings & objections
  • Tax debt management
  • Corporate (re)structuring

 

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