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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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Market Movements and Review Video April 2021

Market Movements and Review Video April 2021

Stay up to date with what's happened in Australian and global markets over the past month.

Our April update video also takes you through key economic indicators so you can understand how the Australian economy is faring as we recover from the COVID-19 induced recession of 2020.
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End of FBT Year Fast  Approaching

End of FBT Year Fast Approaching

With the end of March fast approaching, so too is the end of the FBT year which runs from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021. While FBT returns do not need to be lodged until 21 May 2021, for many businesses, now is the time to start getting organised in relation to employee contributions for benefits, as well as record-keeping and employee declarations required.
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Travelling for work what’s deductible?

Travelling for work what’s deductible?

As we move to a post-COVID world where borders, both domestic and international, start to open back up, the issue of deductibility of certain business travel expenses are again back on the agenda. The ATO has gotten on the front foot by recently issuing a draft ruling and associated draft compliance guidelines which explains the circumstances under which these expenses would be deductible.
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Contractor or Employee Which are you?

Contractor or Employee Which are you?

With COVID-19 having a significant impact on traditional employment, many people are finding themselves working as a contractor for the first time either by choice or necessity. It’s not just a lifestyle decision; from the tax and superannuation perspective, there are important differences between being an employee and a contractor.
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