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Salomone Accountants is fast becoming a leading exclusive accounting firm in Brisbane and the surrounding Milton area. We are a growing practice serving a sophisticated and specialised clientele.

 

Salomone Accountants offers a range of accounting services and specialises in:

Our clients include small and large businesses, professional individuals, property investors and share investors.

 

Over time, Salomone Accountants has developed a niche in providing business advice to small and large business clients. Our business clients that we look after come from many different areas of business, including medical, real estate, transport and construction – to name a few.

 

Salomone Accountants is widely recognised for the outstanding personalised service that our clients enjoy. Our friendly and caring team all endeavour to make our clients feel like they are part of our team and not just a number.

 

We pride ourselves on providing a high standard of professional service at all times, with our fees being fair and reasonable.

 

Our office is conveniently located in the heart of Cafés, Shops and Restaurants, just behind the La Dolce Vita Café and the iconic Eiffel Tower in Park Road, Milton.

 

Priding ourselves on our exceptional service, we provide our professional staff with the on-going extensive technical training and development needed to uphold our status and keep us positioned above the rest.

 

We believe our firm, Salomone Accountants, is as unique as the Park Road Milton precinct.

 

Parking & Public Transport
Our clients have many options in relation to accessing our office as there is parking available in the Savoir Faire complex, as well as off-street parking. We are also conveniently situated within a five minute walk from the Milton Train Station and the Milton Ferry Terminal.

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Your First Tax Return: What You Need To Know

June 15, 2021

Tax return season is quickly approaching for individuals. You may need to begin thinking about the process sooner rather than later to ensure that you have everything ready for your accountant. If you’ve never had to complete a tax return before (and it’s your first time) or are still uncertain about what you need to do, this process can feel a bit like a Mount Everest you need to climb.

Putting it simply, if you are earning or will earn more than $20,542 this year, you will need to lodge a tax return. However, if you haven’t made that amount but your employer has taken tax out of your pay, you should lodge a return anyway to receive some (if not most) of that money back.

How much money you receive back from the tax return will be affected by how much income you have earned. Some debts (such as HECS or HELP) will begin to take money out of your return after reaching a certain income threshold level (currently set at $46,620).

A tax return is where you report all of your income earned over the past financial year. It should include ATO-reported income (which you generally won’t have to worry about as we have access to it automatically) such as salary or non-ATO reported income. This income may be income that has not been sent to the ATO and could include tips, any income you’ve earned while working under an ABN or payments from a family trust. You need to work out all of the income that you have earned and report it to remain compliant with the ATO.

In a tax return, you will also be entitled to make tax deductions on certain items if they apply to your situation. This means that you may receive a greater amount in your tax refund.

You will be entitled to tax deductions on items such as:

If you want to make sure that you understand precisely what you need to do to lodge your tax return, keep this in mind:

For assistance during the lodgement of your tax return, you can seek advice from us. We’re here to help ensure you meet your tax obligations by reporting your income correctly for this financial year.