2020/21 fee schedule

May 17, 2020

If you would like one of Australia's leading tax experts and author of top-selling 101 Ways to Save Money on Your Tax - Legally!, then please be advised that my schedule of fees is as follows:

Hourly rates Cost (incl GST)
Mr Taxman
$495 per hour
Initial consultation
First half hour free
Telephone consultation
5 mins Free
   
Tax – individual returns
Cost (incl GST)
Minimum charge (ie salary & wage)
$200
Additional schedules (eg rental)
$180 per schedule or part thereof
Land tax return
from $265
PAYG variation of withholding tax
from $170
   
Businesses
Cost (incl GST)
Workers compensation – reconciliation & declaration
from $360
Bookkeeping & reconciliation of books
from $450 per month
Reconciliation of receipts & income
from $350 per month
Application for tax file number
$160.00
Application for ABN
$285.00
Business activity statement (BAS)
from $470 per quarter
Instalment activity statement (IAS)
from $150 per quarter
Annual reconciliation of BAS
from $690
ATO review of BAS & other audits
from $1,100
Tax returns
from $1,400
Business plans
from $5,500
Fringe benefits tax returns
from $440
Single Touch Payroll from $220 per month
   
Companies
Cost (incl GST)
Tax returns
from $1,100
Director & shareholder minutes
$380.00
Company de-registration including ASIC fee & advertising
$600.00
Full set of financial accounts
from $1,500
Executive shelf company
$1,900
Additional cost for own name
$330
Paperwork required for application of Company
$330
Paperwork required for establishment of company after registration & setting up books of account
$330
Application for ABN & TFN
$275
Application for Workers Compensation
$275
Registered office service at Mr Taxman
$550 per annum
Family Trust
$760
   
Self Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSF)
Cost (incl GST)
Establishment of a SMSF
 
one member
$2,850
2-4 members
$1,650
Annual administration services (tax return, accounts & audit) of a SMSF
 
one member
from $2,450
2-4 members
from $2,850
Member statements
$165 per member statement

 Cancellation fee (within 24 hours & "no shows") $75

 

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  • "I think the Tax Commissioner would unfortunately consider it to be a personal expense Anne - like the purchase of a house would be."

    By: Mr Taxman at Sep 19, 2020 12:35AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses

  • "You can claim the 68 cents per kilometre method but that effectively covers all running costs of your vehicle. If you wanted to claim a % of running costs you will need to keep a 12 week logbook. "

    By: Mr Taxman at Sep 19, 2020 12:32AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses

  • "Its ok to choose from November 2019 for the start of your logbook Liezl. You can essentially chose any 12 week period during the year so long as its representative of your travel throughout the..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Sep 19, 2020 12:29AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses

  • "Yes you will be able to claim travel from one business location to another Rebekah"

    By: Mr Taxman at Sep 19, 2020 12:26AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses

  • "You wouldn't be able to claim upright but need to depreciate it Josh over a number of years."

    By: Mr Taxman at Sep 19, 2020 12:24AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses