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Could you benefit from a business coach?

By | March 19, 2019

Business coaches are fast becoming an important asset in helping you reach success in your business. Partner of Altitude Advisory, Kristen Buik is an experienced Business Coach and explains the benefits of having someone like her in your...

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Labor toying with changes to franking credit refunds

By | March 13, 2019

Are Labor threatening to turn the dividend imputation system on its head? Business Adviser, Jack Thiel explores Labor's proposal further. The dividend imputation system, when introduced in 1987, was a perfect resolution to the double...

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Revenue SA payroll tax: What changes were made from 1 January 2019?

By | March 5, 2019

Good news - Since 1 January 2019, Revenue SA has relaxed annual wage thresholds for payroll tax in South Australia. Altitude Advisory’s Business Adviser, Manna Abraham explores this topic below.     Businesses with annual taxable...

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The single touch payroll is coming

By | February 26, 2019

Introducing Courtney May - intern from Altitude Advisory's Chartered Accountant Achievers Program. Courtney touches base on the Single Touch Payroll (STP) and how it will finalise its progressive roll out from 1 July 2019.   From 1 July...

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Carry-forward concessional contributions

By | February 20, 2019

Are you aware of the changes to concessional contributions as of this financial year? Altitude Advisory's Edward Allan discusses all you need to know so you are prepared before this year's tax time. Overview It was decided that from 1...

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A simple guide to procrastination

By | November 23, 2018

There are obviously a lot of benefits to getting stuff done. Business Adviser, Sam Crugnale explains while executing can seem difficult, why you should try and find the strength to persevere and endure despite the overwhelming obstacles. So what...

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Implementing right

By | November 16, 2018

Ready, Fire, Aim! That pretty much sums up how businesses are expected to respond to new technology, but that doesn’t mean you should completely overlook “the process”. Involve your team, they need to be on board: Implementing a new...

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Recent ATO changes for ‘small business entities’ and companies

By | November 14, 2018

There have been some recent updates passed through Parliament relating to small business entities and companies. These will be outline for you accordingly. Updates for ‘small business’ entities The 3 main things to note are as...

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Quiet leadership

By | November 12, 2018

What are your first thoughts when you read the words 'quiet leadership'? Altitude Advisory's Kristen Buik has done her research on the theory and you'll be surprised with what she has found. Illustration: Jim Cooke "I’ve been doing a...

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