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Tax Saving & Planning Strategies
ATR understands the complex areas of Taxation, that’s our role.

We know how difficult it can be for owners in the complicated area of Taxation, an area that you’re expected to know and get it right. As a business owner you take many steps to protect your future and the investment in your business, join other smart business owners who are saving time and money from our Tax Saving and Tax Planning Strategies so let us help take the stress out of tax.

ATR is a unique tax information service offering clients premium researched tax planning, tax saving strategies and taxation information that is not easily found in Australia’s complex tax system today.

Worked Examples
Our experienced team of CPA’s, accountants and tax writers provide detailed worked examples in our publications.

Our examples step you through any tax changes bringing it to life with a real-world scenario that immediately illustrates the impact that it could have for you or your business.

Staying up to date with these changes and could help maximise your claims with the taxman.

Here’s an example of our work:


David is an employee accountant who in 2016/2017 earned $65,000. Nearing retirement, he decided to make provision for his retirement by sacrificing $13,000 of his before-tax salary into superannuation. On this TFN Declaration when he commenced his job, David notified his employer that he has a HELP debt, however after he lodged his 2016/2017 tax return he ended up with a tax bill of $2,925 consisting entirely of his HELP liability. David phones the ATO to enquire how this happened.

It is correctly explained to him that because he is salary sacrificing to superannuation, his employer is withholding tax on his post-sacrifice salary ($1,000 per week), not on his gross weekly salary ($1,250 per week). Because the $1,000 is below the minimum threshold for weekly HELP withholding of $1,074 (approximately $54,869 (as per earlier table) divided by 52 weeks) the employer did not, and was not, required to withhold tax towards the HELP liability.

Therefore, because no compulsory HELP repayments were made through David’s pay, he must make the compulsory repayment of $2,925 himself from his own savings. As per the earlier table, the repayment rate will be 4.5% ($65,000 x 4.5% = $2,925).

Email Alerts & Tax Tips
This is the quickest, way to save time and money when it comes to Tax.

Written in plain English, making it easy to read and easy to understand important Tax Alerts keeping you aware of changes that could adversely impact on your business delivered to you as they happen let us help take the stress out of Tax for you.

Our resident chartered accountants put together webinars for you on the big tax topics such as the $20,000 instant asset write off, super stream compliance, the federal budget, and more.

Our clients love this format for its speed in delivering the latest information in a fraction of the time that it would take to wade through the legislation.

Don't Panic!

If you missed your alerts then you can always get right back up to speed with our Bi-Monthly Newsletters.

Information Resources

Member’s Zone Access
As an ATR member you get unlimited access to our online private members’ areas that hold previous webinars and our extensive research library with archived copies of publications covering areas such as trusts, GST, superannuation, tax audits, travel and travel allowances, capital gains, tax rates and thresholds.

Q&A Helpline with our Experts
Subscribing allows you access our Q & A HELPLINE question and answer service which gives subscribers the ability to ask a number of questions,up to the value of $300, of ATR’s Tax Professionals who research your question and the answer will be provided within 48-72 hours making this great value.

Bonus Extras

Tax Audit Special Edition
WHAT TO DO WHEN THE TAX MAN CALLS. This 20 page special edition that tells you what to do if you’re caught with an audit, and sets out your rights and obligations. What should you do if you get an audit? What types of audits are there? What will the Tax Office be looking for? Most importantly, we look at your rights and obligations if selected for a review and provide several actual audit questionnaires to give you the edge.

Rates & Tables Cheatsheet
Our annually updated “Tax Rates, Thresholds And Other Tax Essentials” feature includes 12 pages of the more common tax rates and thresholds referred to by business during the course of a year.

The Special Edition includes tax rates and thresholds applicable to individual and corporate taxpayers as well as superannuation and retirement planning. To assist in the understanding of the nature and application of the rates and thresholds supplied we have also included brief commentary throughout the Special Edition.

Every effort is made to supply the most up to date rates possible, however as legislation changes over time and rates become redundant, we suggest confirmation of rates with you accountant before applying them to your circumstances.