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View a selection of articles and blog posts by Trak Accounting.

The Superstream Deadline and What it Means for Small Business
May 09, 2016
Superstream is a national, electronic superannuation payments system that replaces a number of other payment options that were available around Australia. With one consolidated solution for all employers, the ATO hopes to streamline superannuation payments and ensure that all employees get their entitlements as required by law. While large employers Read More »
How Tax Planning Helped a Gold Coast Business Reduce Tax Liabilities
May 09, 2016
A couple of months ago, we published a blog post on the benefits of tax planning. Today, we’d like to take that topic out of the theoretical and into the practical, by sharing a case study on one of our clients and how they benefited from tax planning. Introducing the Read More »
Position Vacant: Business Services Manager / Accounting Senior
May 09, 2016
Trak Accountants is a dynamic firm that specialises in business accounting and advisory. The firm is going into a growth phase due to a recent merger which will see us hold several practices within the next 12 months. Our point of difference is that we seek to be genuinely Read More »
Announcing our new business partner
May 03, 2016
Here at Trak we are focused on providing our clients the very best of tax, accounting and advisory services. As the sole principal and director of Trak, my mission has been to work with our clients to minimise their tax liabilities, increase their net wealth and reduce the stress Read More »
Have you set up the right business structure?
April 21, 2016
Just like in building a house, the foundation is a key component of building a strong, long-lasting business and a fundamental element of a business’s foundation is how it will be structured. Unfortunately, what with the stress and excitement of setting up a new business, the business structure is Read More »
Should you be employing or contracting?
April 21, 2016
A common question for businesses needing some work done is: should we employ a new person, or simply contract the work out? The answer isn’t a straight ‘yes’ or ‘no’, as it depends heavily on your business, the work to be done, and the person who might be doing Read More »
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