GST & BAS (Business Activity Statements)

Businesses with a turnover of over $75,000.00 must be registered for GST.

If you are registered for GST, when you sell your products or services, you are required to charge a 10% Goods and Services Tax (GST) on behalf of the ATO. At the same time when you purchase goods and services which are applicable for GST you are also paying this to the supplier who is also collecting this on behalf of the ATO.

The Business Activity Statement (BAS) reports your net GST position to the ATO.

The BAS is a tax reporting requirement for businesses either on a monthly or quarterly basis.  It's used for reporting and paying Goods and Services Tax (GST), Pay As You Go (PAYG) instalments, PAYG withholding tax and other tax obligations.

We understand that it may be hard to keep up with constant law changes about GST rules and claimable expenses.

Our qualified BAS Agents will take the confusion out of filling out your BAS form and make sure that every transaction has been allocated the correct GST code before lodging your Monthly or Quarterly BAS.

You can also take advantage of our 4 week extension on payment and lodgement of these forms.

Give us a call or email us to find out how we can take the stress out of your BAS obligations.

Frequently Asked Questions

We work with Xero, MYOB, Quickbooks and Excel however we find that in most cases Xero is usually the best option for our clients.
Yes, we communicate with our clients through email, phone and Zoom.
We accept payment via Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Bank Transfer.
Depending on your turnover you may be required to lodge your BAS every Month or every Quarter.

For Monthly BAS - The due date to lodge and pay your is the 21st day of the month following the end of the taxable period.

For Quarterly BAS – see due dates and concessions below:

July, August and September original due date: 28 October, BAS agent concession for lodgement and payment: 25 November

October, November and December due date: 28 February

January, February and March original due date: 28 April, BAS agent concession for lodgement and payment: 25 May

April, May and June original due date: 28 July, BAS agent concession for lodgement and payment: 25 August
Bookkeepers charge a lower hourly rate than accountants, so you'll save money by doing as much work as you can with your bookkeeper, before handing it over to your accountant to finalise and lodge.
Our qualifications include Bachelor of Accounting, Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Certificate of Bookkeeping.
Our rates will depend on the services required, please give us a call to discuss your needs and options we have available.

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