• Of course I am minimising my tax. And if anyone in this country doesn’t minimise their tax, they want their heads read!

    Kerry Packer

What’s your main business pain?

Minimising your tax

Minimising Your Tax

Implementing effective methods to reduce your tax bill

There are numerous ways to reduce the amount of tax you pay and as a rule of thumb, if you’re paying more than 30% tax you’re paying too much!

You’re almost certainly paying too much tax right now. How can we be so sure? Because 91% of our new business clients were paying more tax than they needed to before they consulted with us.

Talk to one of our tax specialists at Taggart & Partners for advice on:

  • Structuring your business to minimise tax
  • Superannuation strategies to reduce your assessable income
  • Small business entity concessions
  • GST
  • Fringe Benefits Tax
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Payroll Tax
  • Land Tax review
Tax Planning Review

Tax Planning Review

Do you know what your future tax obligations are?

Would you like to know:

How much?
By who? and
When it needs to be paid?

The key to minimising your taxes is planning. If you leave it until just before tax time, the chances are you won’t be able to take full advantage of all the entitlements available to you.

Now is the perfect time to get a bird’s eye view of your estimated tax position for the next financial year; to plan your cash flow and implement tax minimisation strategies.

Undertaking a review now ensures that you:

  • Are able to take advantage of all of the available allowances, deductions, exclusions and exemptions
  • Avoid any unpleasant and often expensive surprises
  • Obtain an 18-month schedule of estimated taxation payable
  • Have the option to vary your pay as you go instalments (PAYGI) prior to lodging your return, potentially easing pressure on your cash flow.

Simply call us or complete the form below for a complimentary consultation on what you can achieve by planning your tax in advance.

Interested in smart tax accounting for your business?

Tell us about your business accounting needs below and we’ll schedule a free 30 minute consultation.