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Starting a business? What structure should you use..?


Starting a business can be daunting without the correct advice. Ensure you start YOUR business on the right foot, with the structure that suits your needs and allows for tax planning in to the future (changing your structure can be quite difficult and expensive if you decide to change).

Operating as a sole trader can be […]

Good luck Dave!!

Dave has embarked on his first “holiday” in 5 years, taking off on his mountain bike to tackle the Munda Biddi trail – a 1,000km off-road cycling adventure (yes, he’s crazy I know!!!). Dave purchased his Cannondale F29 Lefty not that long ago from Bike Force Success and is looking to complete the journey […]

An accounting cycle you should know about!



Cashmanagement has recently started something a little bit different … a casual CYCLING GROUP!

As a form of exercise and enjoyment, Dave and I have started a casual cycling group every Friday morning before work. There aren’t too many bunch rides on a Friday so we thought we might just start one ourselves. Riding is […]

Save tax by making additional super contributions


If you are an employee you may want to save tax by having your employer pay some of your wage before tax into your super fund. If you are self employed, you may claim a full deduction for contributions paid to your fund. For most, the 2015-16 concessional contribution cap is $30,000. However, the […]

Driving business … Something old, something new



As I sit here writing an entry on the Cashmanagement blog, to be reposted on LinkedIn, linked to Facebook, tweeted on Twitter and then retweeted by a number of followers, I reflect on the fact that even though technology has morphed how we think, act and sell, it has not changed the notion that, generally speaking, […]

$20,000 small business concession rules

As a result of the federal budget handed down in May ’15, the government announced there would be some concessions to small businesses. One of those changes relates to the small business depreciation rules. 
From the 12th May 2015 to the 30th June 2017, if a small business purchases an asset with a cost of […]

Our new home!

As most of you would know, Cashmanagement has recently relocated to a new office – a dedicated office building in the Phoenix Business Park, Bibra Lake. The office is fresh, bright and, as always, ready for business! The Cashmanagement team are all loving the new pad. We hope you do as well!!!

P.S. I was […]

Want to buy a rental property? Then this post is for you….

Are you interested in buying a rental property?

Did you know you can save tax and make money on a positively geared rental property at the same time?

If you like the idea of paying no tax on the rental income and no capital gains tax on the eventual sale of the property once you are […]

Dont get caught – two EXTREMELY IMPORTANT tips re phone and email scammers

The ATO is warning the public to be aware of a phone scam that is again circulating where fraudsters are intimidating people into paying a fake tax debt over the phone. The aggressive scam attempts to force people to pay a fake tax debt over the phone by threatening arrest if they don’t comply.

The […]