NCA Blog

HECS HELP Debt Benefit

The Government announced in the 2017 Federal Budget that the HECS-HELP Benefit will be removed effective 1 July 2017, meaning the 2017 financial year will be the final year in which eligible taxpayers can claim this incentive. However, you have until 30 June 2019 to lodge your application.

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Contractor or employee? – Getting it wrong can cost

It is a common oversight by many business owners in that they believe that engaging a contractor automatically means that they are not responsible for paying any super entitlements or withholding tax. This isn’t necessarily correct, and in fact the ATO and the Office of State Revenue looks closely at the true relationship between a contractor and an employer to determine whether any super should be paid or tax withheld, or payroll tax paid.

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Save time with appointment booking apps

Like other time saving apps, tools designed to automate your booking calendar are a huge boon to busy small business owners.
Put an end to time-wasting telephone tag and those endless back and forth emails with any of these 4 popular scheduling apps.

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Boost Revenue with Mobile Solutions

Could you improve your closing rate with a mobile app?
If you own a tablet or mobile phone but aren’t taking advantage of mobile sales tools, you’re missing out on the opportunity to shorten your sales cycle and boost your bottom line.

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Superannuation Guarantee Amnesty

On 24 May 2018, the government announced the start of a Superannuation Guarantee Amnesty. The Amnesty will be available retrospectively from 24 May 2018 to 23 May 2019, and is subject to legislation passing.

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2018 Variety 30th Anniversary Bash

Over the last year James and his team – Wiggles theme have been getting their Variety Bash car ready and fundraising for the 30th Anniversary Bash . It’s just over two weeks before James and his Wiggles team leave on 18th August for a week of bashing through bush tracks down the south west of WA (tough life down there) and most likely getting bogged here and there.

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