Critical business issues facing practices now

By William Buck on 18/07/19 - Mins to read: 4 minutes

As experts in the business side of medicine, we understand that time-poor practice owners tend to neglect the business side of their practice and sometimes their personal wealth building as well. With a new financial year having just commenced and changes happening to the way GPs do business, we share... Read More >

Homeward bound: why global manufacturers are re-evaluating their ‘shoring’ decisions

By Ian Lavis on behalf of Praxity on 17/07/19 - Mins to read: 7 minutes

International stream This article first appeared in Praxity’s Hub Lite In the last few decades, China has been considered the go-to hub for manufacturers the world over. Yet, rising wage costs, together with other export overheads, lengthy shipping delays, quality and IP issues, means that many developed economies are contesting... Read More >

Test Post 5

By greenhat on 17/07/19 - Mins to read: 1 minute

Living expenses and the lending landscape

By William Buck on 11/07/19 - Mins to read: 4 minutes

By Malcolm Anderson The recent Financial Services Royal Commission has certainly shaken up the finance industry. One of the key results is that loan providers (lenders) and loan facilitators (finance brokers) are now under increased scrutiny to ensure they meet responsible lending requirements under the National Consumer Credit Protection (NCCP)... Read More >

Is your Financial Reporting up to standard?

By William Buck on 11/07/19 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

The William Buck Financial Reporting series has wrapped up for the year, providing finance professionals with the latest insights to help their business. Covering various topics including changes in accounting standards, ATO’s tax insights and the latest trends in merger and acquisitions. Attendees heard first hand from William Buck’s industry... Read More >

William Buck QLD merges with Accounting One

By William Buck on 07/07/19 - Mins to read: 2 minutes

Left to right: Angela Palmer, Paul Copeland and Kaye Worthington Our William Buck Queensland team have announced the acquisition of an accounting firm, today. Accounting One will move into the William Buck Gold Coast office, as they continue to strengthen their local presence as leading advisors to the middle market. Junaide... Read More >

R&D tax incentive – what software companies must do from here

By William Buck on 03/07/19 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

How to meet the rules and minimise risk Since late 2018, one of the biggest talking points in the Australian startup community has been the perceived ‘crackdown’ on software R&D tax incentive claims. Seemingly overnight, the key government incentive for encouraging technical advancements has become a question mark for the... Read More >

Internal promotions drive organic growth across the William Buck group

By William Buck on 01/07/19 - Mins to read: 2 minutes

William Buck have announced the promotion of three new directors and three principals across the group, as of July 1, 2019. William Buck congratulate the following internal promotions, indicative of  increased growth across the group: New South Wales — Lynda Clark, Director — Charis Liew, Director — Nick Kenny, Director... Read More >

William Buck SA merges with Tregloans

By William Buck on 30/06/19 - Mins to read: 2 minutes

Accounting and advisory firm William Buck is merging with established Adelaide-based chartered accounting firm Tregloans. The merger, effective from July 1, further strengthens William Buck’s reputation as a leading provider of specialist services to mid-market businesses and high net worth individuals. As part of the merger, Tregloans’ two partners Michael... Read More >

Seasonal holiday homes on ATO radar this tax season

By Amy Kitson on 26/06/19 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

Commentary from Craig Barry, Director of Tax Services at William Buck Accountants and Advisors Increased sophistication of data-matching means holiday houses rented on common share economy sites such as Stayz and Airbnb, that don’t derive income, will be on the ATO’s radar this tax season. The ATO are interested in... Read More >

Investment property deduction mistakes at tax time

By Amy Kitson on 25/06/19 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

The ATO are cracking down on investment property deductions this tax season. Here’s two classic mistakes and how to avoid them. The ATO reported last week that 90 percent of property tax claims had an error. With $47 billion being claimed in rental deductions in 2017-18 year, the ATO are... Read More >

SA state Budget highlights

By William Buck on 20/06/19 - Mins to read: 5 minutes

On Tuesday 18th June 2019, Treasurer, Rob Lucas, handed down the 2019-20 State Budget, being his second Budget of the current Marshall State Government. After last years announcement of a ‘financial mess’ and a ‘financial blackhole’, the Government has announced a modest operating surplus of $94 million for the 2019-20... Read More >

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