We are specialist accountants for doctors, dentists and allied health professionals. With years of experience in medical accounting, we can identify opportunities to legally minimise your tax, provide structuring advice, assist with practice set-up, purchase or sale.
SMALL BUSINESS START UP
We want you to succeed, so we will help you do it right from the start. We assist with business structure, formation and registration, software solution and compliance. We can also assist with income projection for finance application.
CAPITAL GAINS TAX SPECIALIST
We are your Capital Gains Tax and Small Business Concession specialist. Whether you are a business owner or a property investor, we can help you get the most out of the CGT concessions. We can also assist other accountants with specialist tax advice and research.
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We offer Free Initial Consultation for eligible new clients. Contact us to find out if you are eligible.
TAX TIPS AND NEWS FROM OUR BLOG
Can a doctor pay less tax by operating through a medical company? Many practitioners believe that if they operate through a company they will pay less tax. This cannot be further from the truth.
When choosing a business structure, the first thing prospective business owners usually think about is “How can I pay less tax?”. As a result, they often choose incorrect structure for their business under impression that it would help them achieve tax advantage.
Instant Asset Write Off threshold of $150,000 was extended till 31 December 2020. While these measures may seem generous, the incentive may not be beneficial for every business.
The Main Residence Exemption is a CGT concession allowing owner-occupiers to disregard capital gain on disposal of their home. However, homeowners often don’t realise that certain factors can affect their eligibility for the Main Residence Exemption.
JobKeeper will be extended till 28 March 2021. New payment rates and eligibility criteria will apply to extended JobKeeper Payments.
Tax planning should always be done in advance. Business owners need to make certain critical decisions before year end. Implement these tax planning steps before 30 June 2020.