Welcome to our September 2021 edition of the StewartBrown newsletter. We hope to keep you informed of the important tax developments and issues affecting businesses in Australia today and throughout the year ahead.
This special edition of our newsletter is to remind you of your employer obligations for year ended 30 June 2021, as well as to provide an update on key changes from 1 July 2021 onwards. Please contact your StewartBrown Manager or Partner should you need any assistance with any of the matters mentioned in the newsletter.
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For the information of clients we enclose this checklist which you may find helpful in planning your year-end tax strategies. Careful planning (and in many cases timing) is even more important this year. Please contact your StewartBrown Manager or Partner should you need any assistance with understanding or applying the below.
Here’s a quick summary of what you need to consider for yourself and your business before the end of the financial year.
If you or your business have historically been using AUSkey to access Government portal and websites, you will need to make changes before March 2020 as Auskey is being decommissioned. The new replacement service is called myGovID. It will continue to be a secure login that identifies an individual operating on behalf of a business when using Government online services.
Welcome to the special Land Tax edition of our client newsletter for 2021 where we hope to keep you informed of the important Land Tax compliance issues affecting owners of land in Australia. You may recall that Land Tax is a State tax and different rules apply in each State. In this newsletter we have summarised the position in NSW.