Minimise Tax

Minimising Tax for Small to Medium Businesses 

Like most Australians, you probably don’t like paying tax. Unfortunately, you can't avoid paying it; but you can minimise how much tax you have to pay.

Australia's tax system is very complex, but the tax laws do allow us to structure your affairs in a way that minimises the amount of tax your business pays. It is important to have a strategy to pay the least amount of tax possible: we want to ensure your cash flow is used on things that will earn you more revenue or meet your personal and financial goals – instead of paying tax.

What you need to know about business tax minimisation

Businesses can be structured in many different ways, and all are subject to different tax rates. For example, individuals, trusts, companies, and super funds all pay different rates, so we can structure your business to take best advantage of the current tax laws to ensure you only pay the tax you are legally obliged to under your circumstances.

It’s also important to note that your plan to minimise tax should also be an ongoing process and not something done just before 30 June. This will ensure that you can cut your business tax the most effective way without being hindered by cash flow.

Choose the experts in minimising business tax

We ensure that minimising your Sunshine Coasr business tax also works in closely with Protecting Your Assets and your Estate Planning. A holistic approach to life planning is the approach we take.

Wherever possible, we try and ensure your personal assets will be protected no matter what the future may bring. We also offer Sunshine Coast advice on disposal of assets to try and minimise any taxation implications such as Capital Gains Tax.

Whether it is Income Tax, GST, FBT, Payroll Tax, Capital Gains Tax or Stamp Duty, PJT Accountants and Business Advisers can help you legally minimise your tax. With our support, you can effectively cut your business tax payments while achieving your goals on a personal and professional level. It’s this level of service that you won’t find with anyone else.

Offering a wide range of services for your business

We service businesses right across Australia, so whether you’re on the Sunshine Coast, in Melbourne, or regional Queensland, come to us for a tailored solution and take the next step towards success for your business. If cutting your business tax is all you’re looking for, you will be pleased with the ease and efficiency of our service. For those who need help with other areas of running their business, we offer a full suite of business accounting and advisory services to keep you on the front foot – including, business planning, valuations and more.

Contact us today to have one of our experienced accountants personalise a plan for you. Use our website to request a free, no-obligation meeting with one of our business advisors or give us a call on (07) 5413 9300 and we will be happy to provide you with any information you may need.


Advisory Services

Beyond being experts in accountancy compliance, PJT has a very strong focus on providing sound business advice, ensuring your profits are maximised, tax is minimised, assets protected, and wealth creation and superannuation strategies are designed to match your lifestyle goals. We look forward to being of service to you and your business.

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