Making Taxes Work for Your Business [Hub CS 29Aug]
Thu August 29, 2019 12:30 pm - 1:30 pmFree
About This Workshop
Taxes are not all bad … seriously! But only with the right planning. Come along as we dive into how you can really make taxes work for your business.
This workshop will help you understand tax-effective decisions for your business, including how to pay yourself, planning for dividends and a few key tax tools like the instant asset write off.
We’ll also run through the R&D tax incentive. We work with many startups to claim up to 43.5% cash back on their research. And it’s not just for software startups – it can apply to any business doing technical research so you should be aware of it too.
Finally, if you’re an early stage business looking to raise investment, we’ll run through what it means to be an ESIC (early stage innovation company) and the tax breaks that investors can get as a result (which make your business more appealing).
You’ll receive slides plus a tax and dividend calculator.
AND don’t miss the opportunity to talk to Remco about your business too. He’s running free private sessions during the event series at Hub Collins Street. Pre-book in here and if you can’t get a spot, you can always book a separate call with him instead.
About the Instructor
Founder & Managing Partner Standard Ledger
Remco is not your typical accountant. Which is why he founded Standard Ledger – an accounting firm dedicated to startups and high growth SMEs.
Remco’s career combines management consulting experience gained over 10 years in multinationals like Accenture and PricewaterhouseCoopers, with experience at the coalface as a full-time CFO inside tech, medtech and crypto startups and as a virtual CFO for others. He has been doing the latter for 10 years, plus four years in venture capital firms, and during that time he has helped raise and invest more than $40 million.
He is a chartered professional accountant with an advanced MBA degree from the University of Adelaide, and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Remco also teaches finance topics at coworking spaces in Melbourne and Sydney, and entrepreneurial programs for the University of Adelaide and Swinburne University in Melbourne.