29 July 2020
Hood Sweeney Performance Coaching introduces Supercharge Your Retail Sales, a program designed to give retailers practical tools to fire up their sales numbers.
9 June 2020
Hood Sweeney has made two new appointments to the Technology team as demand continues to grow for the firm’s dedicated technology services.
5 June 2020
The raft of changes means that all owners of land may need to provide information to RevenueSA even where it was not previously required. The deadline has been extended to 31 July, 2020, because of the numbers of people trying to use the RevenueSA online system.
2 June 2020
Cyber security is now more important than ever, with thousands of businesses setting up staff to work from home during Covid-19.
19 May 2020
Land Tax changes will take effect in South Australia from 30 June 2020. These include lower tax rates and the introduction of new land tax aggregation provisions, a different tax rate for land held in trust, and grouping provisions for related corporations.
10 March 2020
Business owners are encouraged to pay closer attention to their cash-flow management in the lead up to tax time, as new credit bureau reporting laws turn up the heat on businesses to pay their tax debts. Under a new law that came into effect in February, the Australian Tax Office (ATO) can disclose tax debts to Credit Reporting Bureaus...
28 January 2020
Some of the mooted changes could come into effect as soon as April 2020 and would have an impact on all new Income Protection (IP) Insurance contracts, and potentially on any changes being made to existing contracts.
6 January 2020
Issue 6 of Hood Sweeney's lifestyle magazine, Life + Toil, focuses on the small to medium business (SMEs) that are the backbone of the South Australian economy.
11 December 2019
The Directors and team of Hood Sweeney would like to wish you a happy and safe holiday season and a merry Christmas.
21 October 2019
Employers – please note, the deadline for superannuation guarantee payments for the September quarter is 28 October 2019. If you miss the deadline, you may be liable to pay a SG charge.