Welcome to the new look Advivo Newsletter, we hope you like it.
As many of you already know the very core of what we do at Advivo is to help you grow your business, yes the accounting and tax compliance is essential too but it does not add value to what you do and work so hard to achieve. So, come along on Thursday 23rd at 5:30 pm to the Ovolo Inchcolm and get some FREE advice on how you can accelerate the growth of your business from our 3 speakers.
When considering topics for the “Go For Growth” seminar that will have the highest impact, an obvious choice was marketing. Surprisingly it is such a confusing topic and continues to become more confusing with SEO, digital, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram that many small businesses are becoming confused. What is advertising and what is marketing? Where do I start and who can help me?
We can see more on the launch of our marketing service below and how we work with you to ensure that everything you do is tied back to clear and defined strategies.
Lastly, on one hand you cannot win, there is a new scammer our there every day trying to get at you and your money. On the other hand, the ATO with their data matching is becoming more and more a “Big Brother” than George Orwell could ever have imagined when he wrote the classic “Nineteen Eighty-Four”, would you think they could use this technology to catch the scammers?
Are you ready for EOFY?
It’s that time of year again and didn’t it come around quickly! The team here at Advivo are busy preparing Strategic Tax Plans and Forecasting for many of our clients in preparation for the new financial year (EOFY). We have put together some reminders and highlights to help you in preparation for 30 June and also post 30 June here.
Marketing, helping drive Business Growth
Whatever stage your business is at, marketing plays an important role. Whether it’s solidifying your brand presence, ensuring your current customers are nurtured and engaged, or reaching out to expand the business and get new enquiries. Advivo is proud to present a definitive marketing offer to complement our commitment in taking your business to the next level. Click here to learn more.
The ATO is always watching…..
We are probably not telling you anything you don’t already know, although we wanted to make sure you are aware of how the ATO is using Artificial Intelligence and data matching to keep a close eye on your superannuation and retirement funds, you can find out more here.
Single Touch Payroll
The time is now, Single Touch Payroll will affect all business over the next 12 months and some sooner than that. We have put together a very simple, easy to implement service to help you transition into the Single Touch Payroll reporting system for the ATO. If you are as excited as we are and would like to talk to someone asap, click here and book an appointment today!
Support A Charity with the Gift of Giving
Advivo’s commitment to the community includes our monthly charitable donation and we want your help!
Last month we contributed to Legacy in the spirit of ANZAC Day.
Legacy is a charity providing services to Australian families suffering after the injury or death of a spouse or parent, during or after their defence force service.
Have your say and help us decide here and we will announce the winner in next month’s newsletter!
Don’t forget if you would like us to include a charity of your choice, just drop us a line at email@example.com
Key Events / Dates:
- 15 May – Lodge 2018 tax returns for all entities that did not have to lodge earlier (including all remaining consolidated groups), and are not eligible for the 5 June 2019 concession.
- 21 May – Lodge and pay April 2019 monthly business activity statement.
- 21 May – Final date to add new FBT clients to your client list to ensure they receive the lodgement and payment concessions for their fringe benefits tax returns.
- 26 May – Lodge and pay eligible quarter 3, 2018–19 activity statements if you lodge electronically.
- 28 May – Pay Fringe benefits tax annual return if lodging electronically.
- 28 May – Lodge and pay quarter 3, 2018–19 Superannuation guarantee charge statement – quarterly (NAT 9599) if the employer did not pay enough contributions on time.