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Developed systems, and reporting facilities for a client so that they could manage their business without being in attendance at the premises.

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Case Study 1
A regional commercial property, bought some time ago, but after September 1985, is sold with a substantial gain and a Capital Gains Tax liability of just over $67,000. By utilizing the Small Business Concessions we are able to reduce the Capital Gains tax payable to NIL.

Case Study 2
To assist in a crisis situation in a very busy law firm, following the sickness and breakdown of a staff member, two TBM Accountants bring PC Law accounts, MYOB payroll, bank reconciliations up to date, They also pay out numerous outstanding settlements and help close many files as well as lodging all outstanding BAS statements. They also consider and recommend future changes to office and financial reporting procedures.

Case Study 3
Monthly management meetings with Con Karykis help a manufacturer increase turnover by nearly 400% and Net Profit by over 1,900% and significantly reduce average debtor and creditor days, giving them a very strong, fluid cashflow. This was all achieved over an 8 year period.

Case Study 4
Good communication with customers, tight collection procedures coupled with constant measuring and monitoring enables a professional services firm to operate with NIL overdraft, low debtors, no trade creditors, collecting most billed fees immediately on completion of assignments.

Did You Know?


South Australian Stamp Duty Relief for Commercial Property Transactions

The State Government brought forward the stamp duty concession reductions. For all commercial property contracts signed after 7 December 2015 the stamp duty would be reduced by one third. Further reductions of one third will take effect on the 1 st July 2017 and 1 July 2018. Thereafter there will be no stamp duty on the transfer of eligible commercial property.

 

 

 

GST - The  going concern exemption.

 

Presently if you buy a business or an occupied commercial property, and both the vendor and purchaser agreed and were both registered, there would be no GST payable. This not only has  the cashflow advantage but also there is no (state) stamp duty levied on the GST.

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