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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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COVID 19 effect on rental property owners

COVID 19 effect on rental property owners

The COVID-19 pandemic’s knock-on effect on the economy has meant that many landlords are feeling the strain as their tenants seek to delay paying rent or reducing rent in response to job loss. To reduce the uncertainty for landlords, the ATO has provided some guidance on the deductibility of certain expenses in various situations including guidance for those that own short-term accommodation.
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JobKeeper ATO compliance on “schemes”

JobKeeper ATO compliance on “schemes”

The ATO has released its practical administrative approach to businesses claiming the JobKeeper payment. Generally, it notes that it would only apply compliance resources to what would amount to a “scheme” in terms of the entity and its external operating environment.
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Residency implications of COVID-19

Residency implications of COVID-19

COVID-19 pandemic has wrought havoc on a global scale, causing almost every country around the world to lockdown their population and close their borders. This has drastically affected international travel and movement across borders, which is causing unintended consequences for individuals that are not Australian residents for tax purposes.
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Directors’ duties coronavirus safe harbour

Directors’ duties coronavirus safe harbour

As a part of the government’s coronavirus economic response package, a provision was inserted into the Corporations Act 2001 to provide temporary relief (safe habour) for directors of financially distressed business from potential personal liability for insolvent trading. This was designed to counter the pressure on boards and directors to make quick decisions to enter into an insolvency process to mitigate the risks of insolvent trading during this economic downturn.
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