Is meeting clients for coffee tax deductible?
If you buy your client coffee, can you write it off as tax deductible? What about petrol? Or your AirBNB when visiting a client? Let’s look at some of these grey areas a bit closer to prepare for tax time.
What can you claim on tax? A guide for freelancers
One of the perks of being a sole trader or freelancer is the ability to reduce your tax bill by claiming business expenses as a tax deduction.
Death to spreadsheets (and other time management strategies for freelancers)
You’ve probably heard it a million times: “This spreadsheet will keep you organized!” While it may be true for some, the spreadsheet model can be a huge time waster.
End of Financial Year checklist for freelancers and sole traders
End of financial year doesn’t have to be stressful—it just takes a little planning and preparation. Here’s everything freelancers need to do to wrap up their financial year with no loose ends.
The freelancer’s guide to a Business Activity Statement (BAS)
When you start your freelancing career, it won’t take long before you come across the term Business Activity Statement, or BAS. Learn what a BAS is, what it’s for, and when to file them.
Business bank accounts for sole traders
If you’re a freelancer or sole trader, separating your personal and business finances into separate bank accounts is the easiest way to simplify your accounting.
Tax for sole traders
As a sole trader, it’s important to make sure you understand how to handle your taxes. This can be overwhelming, especially if you are new to freelancing.