This month we are talking all things tax, and today's topic are apps! There is seemingly an app available for every occasion, and tax is no exception! Here are the top five apps you can use to your advantage this July!
This month we've been talking all things tax, covering topics such as needing an accountant, tax on cryptocurrency, and investing your tax return. Today's topic will be tax for the self employed. If you work for yourself, we have collated a few tips to help you navigate the end of financial year.
Cryptocurrency, such as BitCoin, LiteCoin, Stellar and EOS has hugely increased in popularity this financial year. You might have invested in in some BitCoin yourself, or maybe you work in the cryptocurrency business - but have you considered what to do about it at tax time?
There are many things you could do with your fast approaching tax return. Some go away on a holiday, some put it straight into savings, some use it for bills, and some will be feeling spendy and might turn it into a day of shopping. But have you considered investing it!?
Last week we gave you a kind of checklist to determine whether you should get an accountant, or tackle tax time yourself. If you have opted to undertake the task yourself, here are some tips you can employ to make it as easy as possible, and make sure you don't miss out on any deductions!
It's June! Tax time is upon us, and it's time to ask yourself the age old question: do I need an accountant? Come July 1st, some people will hand a bundle of poorly organised papers to their accountant, and some will sit down with a pile and log on to the ATO website to go at it alone.
The school holidays are fast approaching, and we all know what that means - the kids are at home for days on end and desperately need entertaining! If your budget is a little tight at this time of year, read on for our best tips for fun and cheap school holiday activities!
Similar to a Debt Agreement, a Personal Insolvency Agreement is another process you can take to combine multiple debts into one. A Personal Insolvency Agreement might be beneficial to you on your journey to a debt free life.
Last week we gave you some tips on how to eat out on a budget. This week we are covering eating at home for less! Even when making smart, cheap decisions, eating out can add up, and you don't want to fall into the habit of doing it regularly. Here are eight tips for eating cheaply at home!
We all love going out for a meal on the weekend, or treating ourselves to take away after a particularly busy day. But a lot of the time it can cost us more than we'd think. Eating out doesn't have to be an expensive activity! We have compiled eight tips to help you stick to your budget when eating out.