PJT Accountants Blog

Michelle Pieniek
By Michelle Pieniek
Tax Planning Tips & End of Year Review
April 30, 2019

No business owner wants to pay more tax than they legally are required to.  It is Continue reading

Katrina Hoiberg
By Katrina Hoiberg
SMSF – To upgrade or not to upgrade Trust Deeds
April 9, 2019

Trust deeds for a self-managed superannuation fund are a legal document that sets out the governing Continue reading

Jodie Thompson
By Jodie Thompson
2019 Federal Budget Overview
April 8, 2019

Scomo is channelling his inner AC/DC with the ‘Back in Black’ budget, however the Continue reading

Naomi Green
By Naomi Green
Federal Budget Impact for Individual
April 8, 2019
Personal Taxation

Within this recent budget the Government has announced they will be increasing the Continue reading

Jodie Thompson
By Jodie Thompson
Federal Budget Impact for Business
April 8, 2019
Increase to Instant Asset Write off & Now Available to More Businesses

First, the Continue reading

Jodie Thompson
By Jodie Thompson
Federal Budget Impact for Super
April 8, 2019
Super contributions work test exemption extended to age 66

From 1 July 2020, individuals aged Continue reading

Katrina Hoiberg
By Katrina Hoiberg
Binding Death Benefit Nomination
April 2, 2019
What is a BDBN?

It’s a legally binding nomination that allows you to advise the trustee Continue reading

Naomi Green
By Naomi Green
What business structure is right for you?
March 18, 2019

Choosing the right business structure for you is imperative as this can leave lasting Continue reading

Michelle Pieniek
By Michelle Pieniek
Protecting your business in a divorce
March 12, 2019

Being a business owner is stressful and complicated enough and even more so now in Continue reading

Naomi Green
By Naomi Green
Employee vs Contractor
March 7, 2019

When a business engages a worker, whether that be an employee or a contractor it Continue reading

Katrina Hoiberg
By Katrina Hoiberg
Think you can claim your lunch time ‘client meetings’? Think again….
February 26, 2019

It is a widely held belief that you can claim your client or team Continue reading

Jodie Thompson
By Jodie Thompson
Labor’s Tax Reforms for Trusts
February 11, 2019

It’s that time of year again where our politicians are talking about the budget Continue reading