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MMT Accountants + Advisers is a firm that prides itself in providing the highest level of professional service to its clients in all facets of their financial and business situations including financial reporting, accounting, taxation planning, auditing and superannuation. The firm’s success is based on seeing its clients succeed, grow and create wealth from their endeavours.

MMT Accountants + Advisers was established in 1980 at Caringbah and in 1985 relocated to Hurstville. As a result of firm growth and the successful integration of other accounting practices, MMT expanded to include an office in Sydney CBD and is considered a leading practice in the St George and Sutherland Shire Area.


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The Mining Tax Repeal – The impact on small business

The legislation to repeal the Minerals Resource Rent Tax passed the Senate earlier this month along with a series of concessions funded by the mining tax.

Many of the small business related measures were repealed without amendment. These include:

  • The company loss carry back rules
  • The instant asset write off threshold of $6,500 under the simplified depreciation rules
  • Accelerated deduction of $5,000 for motor vehicles

Why the ATO might think you are not in business

There are some businesses that the ATO do not really think should be taxed like a businesses. Unfortunately, just having a company or other structure set up does not protect you.

If you earn income mostly from your own personal skill or effort, like many contractors – then you are in danger of the ATO preventing you from accessing the 30% company tax rate and deducting some business expenses.


Latest Business News

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    Sep 30, 2014 | 08:43 am

    AMP chief executive Craig Meller has backed macroprudential measures by the central bank to stem the sharp rise in housing prices, but said they will not address the fundamental driver of residential property prices.

  • September shocker as Australian shares lose $90 billion

    Sep 30, 2014 | 07:14 am

    The Australian stockmarket is trading below the level at which it started 2014, after a shocker month wiped out all the gains of the first eight months of the year and took $90 billion off the value off the Australian[…]

  • Looming super squeeze, warns AMP chief

    Sep 30, 2014 | 07:06 am

    The federal government's move to leave the superannuation guarantee at 9.5 per cent only adds to looming pension problems that will take Australia down the path of struggling European economies and make the current budgetary malaise look like child's play,[…]

  • Borghetti beats Joyce in pay stakes

    Sep 30, 2014 | 06:17 am

    Virgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti has beaten his rival at Qantas, Alan Joyce, on a measure closest to the hearts of most executives – base pay and bonuses

  • Debt pile prompts recession warning

    Sep 30, 2014 | 04:35 am

    Developed economies are at risk of becoming trapped in a low-growth, low-inflation cycle in which debt will be hard to pay down, according to an ominous report.


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    Hurstville Office

  • Suite 5, 578-580 Railway Parade
  • Hurstville NSW 2220
  • Tel: 02 9930 6100
  • Fax: 02 9580 6277

  • Sydney CBD Office

  • Level 57, MLC Centre
  • 19-29 Martin Place
  • Sydney NSW 2000
  • Tel: 02 9238 2094

  • Postal Address

  • PO Box 308
  • Hurstville BC NSW 1481

  • DX 11370 Hurstville

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