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Hiring people over the holiday season?

Thursday, 1st Dec 2016
The holiday season could mean a busy time for your business and you may need an extra set of hands to see you in to the new year. Whether this means hiring someone for a few days or a couple of weeks, you’ll need to work out if they’re employees or contractors to get their tax and super right.
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Thinking of importing or exporting goods or services?

Thursday, 1st Dec 2016
If your business imports or exports it’s important that you’re aware of your responsibilities when it comes to GST. This means you’ll get your BAS right, which can save you time and money.
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ATO services over the holiday period

Thursday, 1st Dec 2016
The Small business newsroom team would like to wish you a safe and happy festive season and thank you for using our news service.
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Do long payment times affect your business?

Thursday, 1st Dec 2016
Through consultation with businesses, the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman found that late payments and adverse payment practices are critical issues for small businesses.
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Business shutting down over Christmas and New Year?

Thursday, 1st Dec 2016
The end of 2016 is fast approaching and it's time to start thinking about what happens over Christmas and New Year. Many businesses often shut down or run on skeleton staff over the Christmas and New Year period.
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Do you pay for things with goods or services?

Wednesday, 30th Nov 2016
Bartering (also known as countertrade transactions) involves entities exchanging goods or services for other goods or services without involving any money.
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GST on home care and residential care

Wednesday, 30th Nov 2016
Understanding how GST applies to home care and residential care can sometimes be difficult. We have prepared two guidance documents to help home care and residential care suppliers work out when the services they supply are GST-free, and how GST applies to subcontracted services.
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Have your say about public advice and guidance

Tuesday, 29th Nov 2016
If you have a tax or super question you can't resolve, public advice and guidance is generally your first port of call. Public advice and guidance can explain how the law applies to your business in a range of situations.
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