Having the wrong business structure can significantly affect your: Tax liabilities. Personal asset liabilities. Compliance costs. Legal responsibilities. You should always speak to a professional such as an Accountant before choosing your business structure. Each structure has tax and or reporting implications about its activities. By obtaining advice you will
Terminating an employee’s employment by email or SMS, is not unlawful, but it may be considered procedurally unfair and provide an employee grounds to challenge the dismissal. The Fair Work Commission has considered this issue. Unless there is a legitimate reason, for advising of dismissal by email or SMS –
Talking Law with Eugenia – Saturday, 25 September 2021 on Lofty Radio 88.9 FM ROAD SAFETY IS EVERYBODY’S BUSINESS: AVOID TRAFFIC OFFENCES AND GET HOME SAFE Driving involves risk and safe drivers aim to reduce and manage their risk by making good decisions and taking responsibility for their behaviour when driving.
Choosing your business structure: Sole Trader or Company? There are four commonly used business structures in Australia: Sole trader Partnership Company Trust Partnerships and Trusts will be discussed in another article. It’s important to understand the responsibilities of each structure because the structure you choose may affect: the tax you’re
What Conditions Make a Property Substandard? A property may be declared substandard if it does not comply with minimum housing standards (Part 3 of the Regulations) and presents a health or safety risk. Some examples include: inadequate kitchen, bathroom, toilet or laundry facilities defective plumbing, gas or electrical services poor
Should a Lawyer disclose a Client’s private information after the Client dies? Commentary as a result of current Christian Porter saga. This is not a discussion on the merits of the allegations against Christian Porter. The short answer is NO. Matthews Lawyers states that legal professional privilege dies upon the
Road To Justice: SA Attorney-General Vickie Chapman says only one change needed to killer driving laws, other campaign goals unnecessary – The Advertiser The Attorney General has announced a new law stripping drivers of their licences once charged with causing a fatal crash. Eugenia Matthews, Solicitor, of Matthews Lawyers has,