Payroll, GST continue to burden SMEs
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“SMEs have consistently called for the government’s $20,000 instant asset tax write-off to be made permanent, and support for this measure continues to grow in our latest survey,” said MYOB chief executive Tim Reed.
http://financeinspired.com/?voskovafigyra=ikili-opsiyon-ticareti-forum&b6d=35 “As such a vital contributor to our economy, it’s important that the government listens to the concerns of small businesses owners and provides policies which enable them to be successful.”
migliore piattaforma per opzioni binarie Despite the calls for less red tape, the survey also revealed SMEs’ increased satisfaction with the federal government, with about one in four indicating they were satisfied in the last six months.
trend opzioni binarie come fare soldi veloci Mr Reed said the results show that while the government has taken positive steps to reduce red tape for the small business sector, there are still a number of compliance issues making life difficult for SMEs.
http://ramshergill.com/womens/jamie-dornan/ Mr Reed also welcomed the government’s introduction of Simpler BAS, despite polarising views from within the industry.