Business Tax Returns

The complexity of business tax laws can quickly get overwhelming.

Tax returns for all types of business arrangements​

Benjamin Franklin famously once quoted ‘nothing is certain in life except death and taxes’. Yet, while tax is certain as a concept, the laws surrounding tax can change a lot from year to year. It can be a challenge to keep on top of the latest tax laws.

Areas of tax that could change from year to year includes:

  • Company tax - payable on business income.
  • Capital Gains Tax (CGT) - Tax on the sale of assets
  • Goods & Services Tax (GST) - Tax on the purchase of goods and service
  • Payroll tax - Tax on wages paid to employees
  • State based taxes - such as fringe benefits tax and land tax

We are here to support your business tax requirements​

Saige is well versed in all aspects of taxation laws and can navigate these for you and advise on the best way to represent your business for taxation purposes.

We can also provide tax planning advice to help plan for upcoming taxation cycles. We can also  streamline your bookkeeping so that tax time becomes less labour intensive.

Saige has experienced management accountants to help analyse and dissect your business when necessary to make informed decisions for the future of your business.

Leave your business tax to us

No matter the structure or size of your business, we can provide an efficient and effective tax return service. This along with our strategic tax planning will give your business more certainty in this ever changing world of tax.

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