KEEPING IT SIMPLE

Written on the 27 June 2011

KEEPING IT SIMPLE

THE countdown to the end of the financial year is on and Gold Coast SMEs must prepare to tackle their tax.

Suncorp Bank has provided Gold Coast Business News with a few simple strategies to maximise returns, with regional general manager Michael Hall highlighting they could make a dramatic difference to your annual tax statement.

“No-one wants to pay more tax than necessary so it’s worth investing some time into getting your tax return right,” says Hall.

“Sorting through receipts and filling in forms can be easy to put off but taking the bull by the horns and getting the job done is the best option for managing your money effectively.

“The best advice for dealing with any complex task is to break the task down into easy to manage steps.”

Don't miss Suncorp's top five tax tips - get your copy of Gold Coast Business News June edition now.


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