Posted in Data Matching
on 20 February 2014
Directors and secretaries of a company are responsible for ensuring ASIC is advised of changes to business, registered or residential addresses, changes to officeholders, name changes and shareholding changes.
If ASIC is not advised of these changes within 28 days the company could incur a fine of $72 for up to one month late or $299 for over a month late per company that the changes effect.
As an ASIC registered agent for the majority of our clients, we are able to update our...
on 31 October 2013
If you or your employer paid concessional (before tax) contributions to a complying superannuation fund you may be eligible for the low income superannuation contribution (LISC).
The LISC is a government payment designed to help offset the tax paid by superfunds for low income individuals. The LISC is 15% of the concessional contributions paid into your super fund during the financial year. The maximum payment that you can receive is $500.
Are you eligible?
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on 9 September 2013
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (“ASIC”) hold the federal records for all unclaimed monies.
Unclaimed money can originate from:
Banks and other Authorized Deposit-taking Institutions;
Life Insurance companies and Benefit Fund Friendly Societies;
First Home Saver Accounts;
Companies with unclaimed money such as resulting from the liquidation of a company.
Money is transferred to the ASIC un...
on 21 June 2013
The first annual Taxable Payments Report is due 28 July 2013 (or 21 July for those businesses who lodge monthly Business Activity Statements) for businesses primarily in the building and construction industry who have made payments to subcontractors during the year ending 30 June 2013.
The Government has designed this report to improve compliance with tax obligations by those contractors who are currently not doing the right thing. However, the reporting obligation...