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Tidad the frog

Tidad the frog

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

Tidad “the dyslexic frog” “It’s not snap back – its snap to” Many of you are probably too young to remember the recession we had to have in the early 90s. That was a period of 11% unemployment and incredibly high interest rates. I think we were paying 18% on our mortgage it was also …

ATO in these troubled times

Australian Taxation Office Assistance with tax debt

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

This certainly helps. As we have been telling all our clients and was the feature of week 2 of our plan, that we need to negotiate the deferment of tax payments in whatever way we can so that you can harbour the money as no one knows and can guess what the future looks likes. The …

ATO Payment plans

By superadmin - 15 April 2020

It’s quite usual for most businesses to have at some stage ATO payment plans. This is the case for a number of our clients. In the current environment we have a number of options, which can give financial relief for those on a payment plan with the ATO.  We can cancel the current payment arrangement …

Swimming to Safe Harbour

What is the most important thing to keep yourself from drowning?

By superadmin - 15 April 2020

Getting out of the water—but treading water is a close second! Simply floating in water might look easy, but it’s actually pretty difficult if you don’t have a flotation device, and treading water is an essential safety skill for anyone who plans on spending time on or near the water. People who teach swimming will …

Swimming to Safe Harbour

By superadmin - 15 April 2020

A rescue lifeboat is a boat rescue craft which is used to attend someone in distress. It can be hand pulled, sail powered or powered by an engine. Lifeboats may be rigid, inflatable or rigid-inflatable combination hulled vessels. Does it matter as long as it arrives i time.

The Stimulus Package and other ideas

How we prove you had a downturn

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

One thing we need to understand is that this is hasty legislation, for the largest amount of money any government has ever spent in Australia and it is full of bugs. There will be new updates no doubt, and even Your Business Angels has found a group that has been left out in the cold …

JobKeeper Payments - Overview in a nutshell

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

Under the JobKeeper Payment, businesses impacted by the Coronavirus will be able to access a wage subsidy from the Government to continue paying their employees. Affected employers will be able to claim a fortnightly payment of $1,500 (before tax) per eligible employee from 30 March 2020, for a maximum of 6 months until 27 Sep …

JobKeeper Payment - Sole Trader and other Self-Employed People

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

Under the JobKeeper Payment, businesses impacted by the Coronavirus will be able to access a wage subsidy from the Government to continue paying their employees. Affected employers will be able to claim a fortnightly payment of $1,500 (before tax) per eligible employee from 30 March 2020, for a maximum of 6 months until 27 Sep …

State Government Support summary in a nutshell

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

A summary of the Australia State Governments supports –in a nutshell. What’s on offer from the state governments seems much clearer that wading through Jobkeeper process. There is some variation between the states, but states have a combination of cash money, refunds, deferments and support that is helpful to especially small businesses. VIC $10K Business …

Getting it right with the landlord

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

Deferment or reduction When you step back into your business to operate, you’ll be short of cash flow, you’ll be thinking you need to have enough to pay the staff each week and pay your suppliers as yours and other businesses find their stride. What you don’t need is the burden of deferment from your …

Dear Landlord

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

After a bit of time legislation for commercial rents are in place. The Australian Government, together with the states and territories have agreed on a common set of principles: This should be a time when parties can come together and talks. It’s important that our clients get us involved, because it would be easy to …

Cash Boost

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

So while we’ve all been giving our attention to the Jobkeeper legislation we are forgotten the initial piece of legislation that the government called Cash Boost which is misleading because they don’t actually give you any cash you are just saved from paying PAYG. As we have blogged in the past, on 12 March the …

Boosting cash flow for employers

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

The Government will provide tax-free cash flow boosts of between $20,000 and $100,000 to eligible businesses, delivered through credits in the activity statement system, when eligible businesses lodge their activity statements. Eligible businesses do not need to apply with a separate form. Upon lodgment of their activity statement, the first amount will automatically be credited …

Job Keeper Payments

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

Jobkeeper – In a nutshell Still needing to get Jobkeeper organised – struggling contact us at Your Business Angels – need accounts completed so you can claim? Its all overwhelming we will take care of it. PAYMENT The Government announced the “JobKeeper Payment” as part of a wage subsidy measure to assist business during the …

The Stimulus Package for Individuals

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

The Stimulus Package for IndividualsThe government Has released several packages for individuals, and this is a summary and some of our thoughts about them. The following is a summary of the package that is for individuals. That may become relevant if your business is severely impacted, or you may wish to pass on to Family …

Blogs for extraordinary times

How to get Your Business in order

By superadmin - 19 April 2020

Get the accounts completed. Know what your tax debt and other commitments are. Use this period when everyone including the Australian Taxation Office is flexible to plan a way out Most businesses turn under $2 million so getting the accounts done is uncomplicated. We need our prospect clients to put together the following items and …

Seven Things You Should Stop Doing

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

During the global financial crisis we had some warning, we saw news reports where people wearing suits will walking out of investment banks on Wall Street carrying their box file that represented their personal items from the desk. Slowly over a period of time we slipped into the global financial crisis and many businesses had …

How to Survive a Rip Tide

By superadmin - 15 April 2020

How to Survive a Rip TideLessons for Business The term “rip tide” is usually used to describe rip currents, which are long, narrow bands of water that can pull swimmers away from the shore. If you do get caught in a rip current, the best thing you can do is stay calm. It’s not going …

Sully

By superadmin - 15 April 2020

Now there are real lessons in this film Allow for the humanity, allow for 35 seconds Share this story – Gavin Waring CEO Your Business Angels The film follows Sullenberger’s January 2009 emergency landing of US Airways Flight 1549 on the Hudson River, in which all 155 passengers and crew survived with only minor injuries, …

How to restart a business

By superadmin - 15 April 2020

Go to the door, put the key in the door, turn the lock, turn the door knob, push the door, step inside the door, close the door, walk in and start. It’s that simple (pardon the metaphor, not every business is a shop front or an office). It’s something you desire and want to do, …

Jet aircraft take about 400 out staff hours to park and initially maintain

By superadmin - 15 April 2020

CEO of Your Business Angels Message – keep going – it’s what you always did. In the last couple of weeks when major airlines parked their planes, it wasn’t a case of the pilot putting the hand break on and coming down the walkway and hanging the keys in the office. There is a bit …

Finance in the time of hardship

Your Mortgage

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

In reviewing outgoings, the home mortgage is a starting point. Here are 2 actions we are taking for our clients when requested. Your Mortgage Two important thoughts I asked a broker to help me with the approach to finance, we started on mortgages. Get the rate down for a starter He said first, generally your …

Banks coming to the party - check your bank out

By superadmin - 17 April 2020

Considering the hiding they received from the Banking Royal Commission banks have quickly responded and have given a decent run down on what they can do for you. This anyway from checking out the big 4, but I also assume the smaller banks are doing the same. They also seem to make it clear that …
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