Useful Links

ATO Links

ATO Key Dates

Key lodgement dates for Business and individuals

Employer Obligations Checklist

Use this checklist to help meet your commonwealth tax and superannuation obligations if you employ workers. It includes information on your obligations when a new worker starts, during employment and when a worker leaves.

Useful Websites
Australian Bureau of Statistics

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) provides much more than just statistics. Our strength comes from our people who have specialisations in many diverse fields of statistics and offer a broad range of skills.

Australian Business Register

The ABR is a system developed and managed by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). It records the information provided by businesses when they register for an ABN.

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission

The ACCC promotes competition and fair trade in the market place to benefit consumers, business and the community. It also regulates national infrastructure services. Its primary responsibility is to ensure that individuals and businesses comply with the Commonwealth competition, fair trading and consumer protection laws.

Australian Financial Review

Breaking news, market wrap, companies, financial services & more.

Australian Securities Commission

The Australian Securities & Investments Commission enforces and regulates company and financial services laws to protect consumers, investors and creditors.

Australian Stock Exchange

Search for listed company information and dividends.

Australian Taxation Office

The Official Australian Taxation Office web site can provide you with information regarding all taxation matters.

Business Entry Point

The BEP is an online government resource for the Australian business community. It provides business with a wide range of services and information about start-up, taxation, licensing and legislation, as well as significant transactions such as taxation compliance and licence applications.

Business Review Weekly

Online calculators and other user services, a small selection of stories from BRW each week, their weekly e-mail newsletter and top-line data from the Rich 200, the BRW1000 and other special reports.


The Centrelink website contains a lot of information about their services, together with a large number of publications available for download.


Our aim is to provide simple, accessible and affordable access to the investment markets for all Australians. We encourage long-term investment in quality and provide you with the tools and information you need to make your investment decisions.

Consumer Affairs Victoria

Provides information and education on the rights and responsibilities of businesses and consumers registering and licensing business, helping in resolving disputes, and ensuring compliance with the law.

Reserve Bank of Australia

Information about the RBA, including its monetary policy and other functions.

Claiming self-education expenses

Claiming self-education expenses – specific expenses. A guide to specific expenses you may be able to claim if you undertake self education which is relevant to earning your income.

Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HELP) and HECS repayment thresholds and rates

This document gives you the HELP and HECS repayment thresholds and rates for the compulsory repayment of HECS debts.

Estate Planning
 Managing the Tax Affairs of Someone Who Has Died

A guide to for executors of deceased estates on what to do to manage the tax affairs of the dead person, their estate and the beneficiaries.

Corporate Videos
Personal Videos
Business Checklists

New to business checklist and growing your business checklist 

How to improve your cashflow

We have just acquired some very powerful software tools which assist us in working with you to improve your cashflow management and enable proper cashflow budgeting to be achieved. We know in our business, where clients take time to pay, it can put a strain on resources.

Tax Facts for New Small Business – Franchising and Tax

In most cases all payments received by the franchisor from the franchisee will be assessable income. They will also involve goods and services tax (GST).