1 July 2011
The Australian Government’s free Superannuation Clearing House which became operational in July last year, appears to be a winner with small business.
The Superannuation Clearing House service is available to small businesses with fewer than 20 employees. The service is designed to reduce red tape and compliance costs for small businesses in meeting their superannuation guarantee obligations.
21 June 2011
The annual City 2 Surf challenge is fast approaching and once again Boyce is fielding a team to raise funds for a very worthy cause.
This year our team has elected to support “Angel Flight” – a charity that coordinates non-emergency flights to help country people trying to deal with the combined issues of ill health, poor finances and daunting distance. All flights are free and may involve patients travelling to medical facilities anywhere in Australia.
In the past three years Boyce, with your help, has raised more than $30,000 for charities through participation in the City 2 Surf. This year we are ready and rearing to go and calling for your support once again.
31 May 2011
The biggest decisions in business are often those made when considering an asset sale or contemplating retirement.
The questions you want answered are about how to most effectively structure the business to legally minimise capital gains tax and take advantage of small business tax concessions, and how to maximise investment returns on sale proceeds.
30 May 2011
Boyce Moree Director, Phil Alchin, will be a guest speaker at the 2011 Agricultural Investment Summit to be held in London in June.
The event, now in its fourth year, brings together CEOs, investment managers and trustees from major pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and insurance companies (amongst others) to discuss the unique investment opportunities presented by agriculture.
1 May 2011
Boyce Chartered Accountants will collaborate with the Cotton Research and Development Corporation (CRDC) to produce the “Australian Cotton Comparative Analysis” for 2010/11, a report that is regarded as the industry benchmark for the economics of cotton growing in Australia.
Boyce has been involved in the preparation of the Australian Cotton Comparative Analysis (ACCA) annually since the 1988/89 season through until 2006 when irrigated cotton plantings across Eastern Australia plummeted due to drought and insufficient availability of water.
Boyce Director, Phil Alchin, said that during the long years of drought which saw the demise of the ACCA publication, interest in the study hadn’t waned, with cotton-growers and others in the industry keen to see the re-emergence of this valuable resource.