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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  • "Congrats Bikash. If you are working as an accountant (or in the general field) then you can prepay your CPA course fees & claim as a tax deduction this year as work-related self education study. If..."

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  • "Hi Adrian, I bought your new book, got my free $500 after co-contribution. I am planning to my CPA, enrolment starts 30 June 2020 but semester only begins on August 2020. Can i claim the..."

    By: Bikash at Jun 23, 2020 3:59AM

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  • "If you run a business Bikash you could claim in full via the instant asset write-off. However if you are an employee you will need to depreciate the laptop & only claim a very small amount in your..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Jun 22, 2020 9:28AM

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  • "Can i claim laptop purchase with covid?"

    By: Bikash Rai at Jun 21, 2020 8:25AM

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  • "You won't be able to claim a deduction for car parking unless a0 you park for less than four hours between 7am and 7pm; or b) you park more than 1km from work (ie not close proximity to work)."

    By: Mr Taxman at Jun 15, 2020 7:33AM

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