Tax and Accounting Insights

Small Business Tax Tips from COADS


If you’re new to running a small business or simply want to get ahead of understanding what is required for tax season, we’ve got some ideas for you. As reputable chartered accountants we completely understand that numbers and tax are not everyone’s strong point - but that’s where we come in. While the Australian [...]

Small Business Tax Tips from COADS2024-04-26T11:48:49+10:00

Pros and Cons of Subdividing Property


In these economic times, the opportunity to own property is one that should not be taken lightly. While not everyone can afford to break into the real estate market that easily, others that already have their ‘foot in the door’ should be looking to get a bigger return on their investment. Subdivision of property [...]

Pros and Cons of Subdividing Property2024-04-26T11:48:49+10:00

EOFY 2022 | Tax Planning Checklist


It’s that time of year again! COADS Partners is a Chartered Accounting firm and we love nothing more than helping you and your business organise to get your tax compliance in order as well as implement strategies for year-end tax planning. For a full breakdown of EOFY planning strategies, you can refer to this [...]

EOFY 2022 | Tax Planning Checklist2024-04-26T11:48:49+10:00

How to Be a Leader While Working From Home


Look, we’re all sick of hearing about COVID but we can’t deny the monumental changes it has made to our lives - especially when it comes to work. Working from home is no longer an idea but rather a choice and a new-norm. While many employees and employers adapted really quickly, some didn’t. However, [...]

How to Be a Leader While Working From Home2024-04-26T11:48:49+10:00

Is a Self Managed Super Fund for You?


A Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) is a unique type of trust that is set up and maintained by its members to provide retirement benefits to the members. While opting for an SMSF is open to everyone, you need to have experience in making strategic investments and have a starting amount of approximately $250,000- $300,000 [...]

Is a Self Managed Super Fund for You?2024-04-26T11:48:49+10:00
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