We offer strategic advice from maintaining everyday accounting records through to the preparation of financial reports, tax planning and compliance.
We help you understand how the complex Australian tax laws apply to your situation. No matter how simple or complex your tax, we can help you to take advantage of the current tax laws to maximise your opportunities.
We aim to get the best tax outcomes for you whilst meeting your commercial objectives.
Structuring your business or investment appropriately is critical in delivering asset protection and tax efficiency within the ambit of your broader commercial goals. Whilst there is no ‘perfect’ structure, and given that circumstances change, we work with you through your immediate and long-term goals to arrive at the most suitable structure for you and your circumstances.
Overall, we can help you with:
- Income Tax – All entities: Individual, Partnership, Trust, Company, SMSF
- Tax Planning & Structuring
- Goods and Services Tax (GST)
- Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT)
- Small business capital gains tax planning
- GST/BAS/IAS preparation and lodgement
- Primary Production
- Annual Financial Statements
- Management Accounts
- Bookkeeping Services
- Monthly / Quarterly financial reporting
- Financial Analysis
- Cash flows
- Establishing business structures
- Investment structures
- Corporate Secretarial
- Company, Trust & SMSF setup
- Registrations (ABN, TFN, GST, PAYGW, FBT)
- Family Business & Succession Planning
- Planning & Business Growth
- Estate Planning
- Financial Control
Stephens & Co Chartered Accountants can support and use many and varied accounting packages. These include, but are not limited to, MYOB, Sage Accounting, Xero, BankLink, Reckon, QuickBooks, Acc Pac, Pastel.
Stephens & Co
Upcoming Lodgement Dates
Nothing from Friday, 28 February 2020 to Saturday, 28 March 2020.
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