19 December 2017
The Directors are proud to announce Wagga Accountant Cameron Dempsey, as the winner of the Tony Quirk Employee of the Year Award for 2017.
The Award was initiated by the Boyce directors in 2008 to honour fellow director and friend, the late Tony Quirk. Tony joined Boyce in 1991 and became the youngest-ever director appointed in the firm before he tragically died at the age of just 34.
20 September 2017
Recently, we have had some enquiries from our clients stating they have not yet received their Notice of Assessments, Statement of Accounts, Activity statements and Instalment notices from our office either by email or post.
This will be the case if you have registered for a MyGov account and have the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) linked to your account in the services area.
If you have registered for a MyGov account there are a number of services that can be linked including Medicare, Centrelink, Child Support, National Disability Insurance Scheme, Australian JobSearch, My Aged Care, Department of Veterans’ Affairs and the Australian Taxation Office.
14 September 2017
EARLY insights show the average cotton grower can expect to pocket about $1,300 a hectare for the 2017 season.
That was the headline finding of the Australian Cotton Comparative Analysis (ACCA) Interim Results for 2017, released this week.
The ACCA is a management tool for growers produced by Boyce Chartered Accountants in conjunction with the Cotton Research and Development Corporation.
The 2017 Australian Cotton Comparative Analysis is available to download here
The aim of the study is to collect and critically analyse data that will assist the industry to grow and develop sustainably, through a focus on best practice techniques. Now in its 31st year, the valuable real time data continues to identify shifts and trends within the industry.
7 September 2017
From 1 September 2017, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will be enforcing a ban on all businesses across Australia charging excessive or unreasonable amounts on payments made to them by EFTPOS and (most) credit cards.
3 August 2017
As many of you would be aware, after practising as an accountant for the last 31 years, 23 of those years with Boyce, Dubbo Director Bernard Kennedy has left the firm to pursue his other passion. While Bernard could have continued as a Boyce Director for another 6 years under our retirement rules, he has decided the time is right for him to devote more time to his family’s farming and grazing interests and had his last day with Boyce on 30 June 2017.