Representatives from the Australian Taxation Office will be in Darwin to give advice in late May
users and business owners alike in the Darwin region may want to make the most of workshops held by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
Representatives will be in Darwin in late May to provide advice and information to small businesses about their tax obligations.
According to a statement released by tax commissioner Michael D'Ascenzo on April 17, workshops will be held to provide assistance to SMEs.
Separate site visits to businesses may also be an option.
"Because good business depends on good relationships, our small business assistance program aims to make our support both practical and accessible," Mr D'Ascenzo said.
With support from the ATO, SMEs can make the most of free advice and learn how to manage their tax and superannuation responsibilities effectively.
Mr D'Ascenzo explained that getting these processes right is an important legal aspect of running your own company.
"The small business assistance program helps businesses to get on the right track from the start, develop good record keeping practises and meet their tax obligations."
The workshops are scheduled to go ahead on May 22 and 23.
If you are not in the Darwin region it may be worth keeping an eye out for similar workshops in your area.
One key point of similar workshops (to do with tax) has been that using scalable accounting software
and payroll systems can help you to manage your finances, payments and tax obligations.
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