One of the most important factors many people overlook when buying and selling property is the Goods and Services Tax (GST). It can all feel overwhelmingly complicated when you’re not an expert in Tax Law – so let’s simplify things!
Welcome to ABA Tax
We simplify your life when it comes to taxes.
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Are you considering maximising your tax refund, minimising tax obligations or capitalising on SBE concessions? Or perhaps you need help starting a new business, or simply feel like your working too hard and getting nowhere.
We guarantee a professional, informative and technically competent service combined with good old fashioned customer satisfaction. We are always available for a chat on the phone, when you need us most!
What we offer
Sole Traders & Contractors
Self Managed Super Funds
We are the Property Investment Specialists
Whether you’re very well established or just starting out, ABA Tax can take the hassle out of managing your investment portfolio.
ABA Tax are much more than your average Accountants. With over 20 years experience in Property Investment and the Real Estate industry – we actually understand property!
ABA Tax goes digital
Here at ABA Tax we’re always looking for innovative ways to take the hassle out of tax whilst helping our clients pay less of it… and that’s why we’re driving digital change with our individual clients. Going digital lets us deliver a smarter and more efficient service, which saves us time and our clients money!
TaxTank is a cloud-based software that lets you do away with paper documents and excel spreadsheets. Using live bank feeds, permanent document storage and built-in smart tools for property investors, TaxTank transforms the mundane process of annual tax into a real-life everyday process with real time information.
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From 1 July 2018, if you have a total super balance of less than $500,000 on the previous 30 June and you make or receive concessional contributions (CCs) of less than the concessional contributions cap of $25,000 per annum, you may be able to accrue unused amounts for use in subsequent financial years.
The new financial year has arrived and the Australian Taxation Office has announced a stack of changes that impact tax leaving many people wondering just what this means for their returns.
To help navigate the confusion we’ve put together a list of the top changes and how to make them work for you.
By now, it shouldn’t come as a surprise the ATO focuses on certain hotspots at tax time to call out taxpayers who have either accidentally or deliberately made errors. To avoid falling into a trap, here’s what you need to look out for in two key areas: work-related expenses and claims for investment properties.