About Natasha

Natasha is the principle of ND Accounting & Taxation Services, and a registered tax agent. With over 17 year's experience in the accountancy & taxation field Natasha wanted to offer Warrawong, Wollongong, Shellharbour, Wollongong, in fact all of the Illawarra a personalised experience. From helping people establish and grow their small businesses to maximising tax returns for individuals look forward Natasha assists in simplifying accounting or taxation requirements.

ATO exposes dodgy deductions

Wollongong Accountant and tax agent shares Extract from The Tax Advisors Voice -  NTAA publication - September 2016 - With over eight million Australians claiming work-related expenses each year, Assistant Commissioner Graham Whyte is reminding people to make sure they get their deductions right this tax time. “Australians claim over $21 billion in work-related expenses each [...]

Tax Tips for Small Businesses in Wollongong

Small businesses take up 97 percent of all businesses in Australia.  Running your own business has many advantages however the truth is according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, more than 60 percent of small businesses cease operating within the first three years of starting. ND Accounting supports hundreds of start-up businesses in Warrawong, Shellharbour [...]

What is SuperStream – Insights from ND ACCOUNTING

What is SuperStream? Natasha is the principle of ND Accounting and taxation service based in Warrawong and offers tax tips and advice to local businesses in Wollongong, Shellharbour and afar on money matters such as business structures, bookkeeping, accounting, Self Managed Super Funds and tax for both individuals and businesses. SuperStream is an initiative that [...]

Superannuation Guarantee Charge– Insights from ND Accounting

  Why was the superannuation guarantee set up? The establishment of compulsory superannuation was a direct result of the financial challenges being faced by an expanding aging population.  The scheme was introduced on the 1st of July 1992, forcing all workers to save for retirement relieving the pressure on Australia’s age pension. Exemptions include employees [...]

Different Business Structures in Australia

For any person to do business successfully in Australia, one of the most important things is to set up the business under the correct business structure. Natasha at ND Accounting and Taxation Services, a tax accountant in Wollongong gives tax tips and advice for businesses in the Illawarra and afar and talks about how your [...]

Filing Your Individual Tax Returns in Time

Filing Your Individual Tax Returns On Time Most registered tax agents have special lodgment schedules and can lodge returns for their clients later than the usual 31 October deadline. Make sure though if you're using a tax agent for the first time, or using a different tax agent to contact them before the 31st of October. Why [...]

Should I See A Tax Accountant In Illawarra To Manage My Tax Return?

Should I See A Tax Accountant In Illawarra To Manage My Tax Return? Are you debating between seeing an accountant or filing your own tax return? We explain the benefits of seeing a qualified tax accountant in Illawarra. Benefits of Seeing an Accountant for Individual Tax Returns A Professional Accountant Can Save Your Time Tax [...]

Budget changes effective 1 July 2018

From 1 July 2018, the government will make targeted amendments to improve the operation and administration of Division 7A of the ITAA 1936, as a result of a number of recommendations from the Board of Taxation’s Post-implementation Review into Division 7A. These changes will provide clearer rules for taxpayers and assist in easing their compliance [...]

Tax Integrity Package–Better protecting whistle-blowers

  From 1 July 2018, the government will introduce new arrangements to better protect individuals who disclose information to the ATO on tax avoidance behavior and other tax issues. Under the new arrangements, individuals, including employees, former employees and advisers, disclosing information to the ATO will be better protected under the law.

Applying GST to low value goods imported by consumers

  From 1 July 2017, GST will be extended to low value goods imported by consumers. The intent of this measure is to ensure that low value goods imported by consumers face the same tax regime as goods sourced domestically. Overseas suppliers that have an Australian turnover of $75,000 or more will be required to [...]