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PKF Australia

Accountants and Business Advisers

Our Blogs

14 02 2018

Quarterly Insights: Australian Healthcare Equipment and Services December 2017

PKF Melbourne Corporate Finance are pleased to present the Healthcare Equipment and Services Insights for the December 2017 quarter, including a review of key mergers and acquisitions activity and observed trends impacting growth in the industry.

14 02 2018

Quarterly Insights: Australian Food Manufacturing & Distribution December 2017

PKF Melbourne Corporate Finance are pleased to present the Food Manufacturing & Distribution Insights for the December 2017 quarter, including a review of key mergers and acquisitions activity and observed trends impacting growth in the industry.

13 02 2018

Does your version of retirement involve a gradual exit? What are you doing to engage the next generation of leaders?

If you want to scale back your hours but retain your business, you’re going to need to identify, motivate and build up the next leader(s) – preferably someone who can take the business to a higher level.

06 02 2018

Are you thinking of changing from sole trader to a company?

As your business develops you may need to adapt to changing needs. One common change is moving from a sole trader to a company business structure. Company vs sole trader: what’s the difference?

06 02 2018

Superannuation: what employers need to know

Superannuation is money you pay for your workers to provide for their retirement. Generally, if you pay an employee $450 or more before tax in a calendar month, you have to pay super on top of their wages. The minimum you must pay is called the super guarantee (SG).

06 02 2018

Do you provide cars, holidays or club membership to your employees?

Rewarding your employees beyond their usual salaries is a great way to show your appreciation for a job well done. If you do provide your employees with benefits or lifestyle assets to use for their personal enjoyment, it is important to remember that these benefits and assets may have fringe benefit tax (FBT) implications for your business.

06 02 2018

Changes are coming to GST from 1 July 2018: is your business ready?

From 1 July 2018, Australian GST will apply to sales of low value goods (AUD $1,000 or less) that are imported by consumers into Australia.

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