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Established in South Perth in 1994, Acute has been offering its clients exceptional and reliable accounting and financial services for over twenty years. Acute is a fast developing firm that has kept its reputation for consistently delivering impressive results for clients.

Acute specialise in the advice of managing and developing private and public businesses. We pride ourselves on creating and sustaining supportive relationships where objective and timely advice enables businesses to thrive and develop. Our team is committed to understanding your requirements and using our skills to assist in the growth and development of your business.

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Backyard Building Boom

Backyard Building Boom

With house prices rising and well-located land becoming scarce in cities, many Australians are looking for creative ways to tap into the value of their own backyard. Some subdivide, while others take the knock-down and rebuild route. 
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How to avoid common SMSF mistakes

How to avoid common SMSF mistakes

Running your own self-managed super fund can be time-consuming, but it’s about to get a little easier thanks to a change announced in the May 2018 Budget. From 1 July 2019 SMSFs will be able to move to three-yearly audits if they have three consecutive clear audit reports and lodged their annual returns on time. 
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Small business tax concessions

Small business tax concessions

You may have heard all about the small business tax concessions, but do you know how you qualify for them and whether you’re making the most of the tax concessions available to you?
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Tax Traps For Expats

Tax Traps For Expats

Every year more Australians head overseas to work for an extended period. While it can be great fun and a boost for your career, it’s important to remember the tax man will be taking a keen interest in your offshore activities. 
Whether it is the capital gain on your former home, where your super contributions go, or new guidelines around foreign property investments, it is essential to follow the rules or risk paying extra tax. 
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