While being relatively easy and inexpensive to create, a partnership business structure can require some skilful management when it comes to taxation and accounting.
With each partner paying tax on the share of the net partnership income received, and with tax being charged at the personal tax rate (which goes up as earnings increase), it can be tricky to correctly respond to your obligations.
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Our experienced team can assist with everything from implementing the right processes, to every aspect of your ongoing tax and accounting obligations.
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We have worked with Liston Newton's Accountancy and Advisory Team for over a decade. During that time, our business has grown substantially both organically and through purchases. This wouldn’t have been possible without Liston Newton Advisory to assist with our business planning, providing proactive advice and ensuring our accounts were always compliant in a complex and volatile industry.
Liston Newton's Accountants analysed our financial and business situation and helped us implement strategies to improve our position. Their strategies turned our business from making a loss, to recording a 6-month net profit of 36 per cent. And we are now on track to show a 240 per cent increase in turnover over the next financial year.
Liston Newton helped us move our accounting over to Xero. Their Accountant managed the set up and training so we felt comfortable with the software. We now have all our processes streamlined which gives us improved visibility of our business performance. This has allowed us to open 2 more stores without a significant increase in administration effort.
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