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Tax planning is an area of business that’s often overlooked.
Taking the time to plan for tax is simply smart business management. With an experienced accountant, it doesn’t take long, and can have a significant impact on your annual business strategy and cash flow.
Tax planning should inform the decisions you need to make throughout the year as you invest in assets, staff and new opportunities. Tax planning involves things like deciding on when to invoice, when to purchase new equipment, or how to choose the right business structure.
Without a clear tax plan your business runs the risk of cash flow issues, non-compliance with the ATO and not being able act on great opportunities as they come up.
At creditte, we meet with our clients before the start of the new financial year to develop a clear tax plan for you in the short-term (1 year) and long-term. We’re also available to you throughout the year to setup, advise and walk you through your business tax strategy.
No one knows your business better than you – and no one knows tax advice better than us.
We give you a clear tax strategy without the jargon. Boosting your bottom line with effective tax minimization strategies. Some of the ways we do that are:
We provide small-to-medium-sized businesses in Australia with expert tax planning advice, helping you hold on to cash and achieve your financial goals. Click to book in a tax planning session with us.
Why choose us as your business accountant
There are a number of smart strategies that you could be using to save your business on tax. We’ve put together 17 of our favourites.
This tax minimisation guide gives you a few ideas to reduce your tax bill and keep cash in your business. What would you do with your tax savings?
Click to download the free tax guide.
Accounting and tax packages
Fixed price accounting and tax packages to suit any business size or type. Tax planning is included from our PRO package upwards.
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Business tax planning is a process to minimise the amount of tax that you have to pay for your income, wealth and assets. In simple words, it is a plan that helps you minimise your tax and maximise your wealth. It involves using the available tax deductions and tax offsets in your favour.
Tax planning also helps facilitate the process of corporate restructuring in ways in which various entities are used to achieve maximum benefits in terms of tax savings.
We think tax planning is one of the most important things that a business owner should be working with their accountant on. Tax planning assists you through effective strategies that could reduce your overall tax payable while growing your net worth.
For most of our clients, the ideal time is in May or June in the lead up to the end of the financial year. By the time the end of the financial year has arrived, it’s actually too late to make any real significant changes to your net tax outcome. However, by working with an accountant throughout the year – one who understands your business and financials – you’ll benefit from effective strategies that can minimise your overall tax payable while growing your net worth.
These strategies need to be maintained, reassessed, and monitored throughout your business journey as circumstances, tax legislation and compliance responsibilities change every year.
A prepaid expense is an expenditure you incur under an agreement for something to be done (in whole or in part) in a later income year. Classic examples of this are insurances and subscriptions.
A prepaid expense may be immediately deductible if:
The best way to save business tax is to meet with your accountant and develop a tax plan. Download our 17 ways to save business tax to get your started.
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