Advivo Newsletter – May 2016

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We recently introduced you to a new Tool we have on offer at Advivo, the Business Pulse Report. Please click here to watch a short video example of how this tool works.

Energy Efficiency Finance Solutions

In the current environment, we all know that there is a steady increase in the costs associated with running a business. One of the most frustrating is the cost of your energy.

Improving the efficiency of your business is ‘low hanging fruit’ to save your business money. It’s approximately five times cheaper to save $1 from your bottom line costs than it is to add $1 of net profit to your business!

Contact us now to find out more information.

Advivo’s Involvement with Charity

This year Advivo are getting behind multiple Charities to show our support towards some great organisations that help our community.

We recently entered the Rotary Club of Kingscliff Duck Race which supports the Rotary Club in the area.  The team at Advivo dressed up our duck and he has become our team mascot.

One of our partners, Chris Morris, will soon take part in the Annual MS Brissie to the Bay on the 19th June 2016 to show support for people living with MS.  This is a great cause and we will be getting behind Chris as he attempts to concur the 100km course, we invite you to click here if you would like to donate to Chris’s ride and support MS.

Federal Election on 2 July 2016

The Treasurer’s first “election Budget”, Labor’s response, Bills enacted and Bills lapsed … with so much happening and less than two months for an election campaign, now is a good time for a recap. Full Article

Small Business Tax Concession Refused: Threshold Test Failed

An individual has been unsuccessful before the Federal Court in seeking access to the small business capital gains tax (CGT) concessions after selling a business. In particular, the Court held that the taxpayer had incorrectly excluded a loan when calculating whether he met one of the threshold tests in order to access the tax concessions.  Full Article

Travellers with Student Debts Must Give Contact Details to ATO

Australians with student debts who are travelling or living overseas for longer than six months will soon have the same repayment obligations as they would have when living in Australia. These people will need to register their overseas contact details with the ATO. Repayment obligations will commence from 1 July 2017 (for income earned in the 2016–2017 financial year).  Full Article

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