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Prices for Business Set Up & Registrations

Prices for Business Set-Up & Registrations

 

New Company Registration & Compliance

We can help with new company registration, company ABN registration and structural implementation for sole traders, companies, partnerships and trusts

Business Advisory for Start-Ups

Our experienced chartered accountants put business advisory at the forefront of our business advice and compliance services. Our accounting and compliance services are tailored to suit your business and its needs.

Plan 01 GST Registration*
$99

+GST

$99

+GST

Plan 02 ABN Registration*
$109

+GST

$109

+GST

Plan 03 Company Registration*
From $399

+GST

Includes 30 min Advisory session on Business Structuring

From $399

+GST

Plan 04 Trust Registration*
From $399*

+GST

Includes 30 min Advisory session on Business Structuring

From $399*

+GST

Plan 05 Business Share Structure Change*
From $199

+GST

Includes 30 min Advisory session on Business Structuring

From $199

+GST

Plan 06 ASIC Agent*
From $199

+GST

Represent your business as an ASIC Agent (Yearly)

From $199

+GST

Plan 07 Company Deregistration*
From $199

+GST

From $199

+GST

*Price excludes official Govt. charges.

Frequently Asked Questions

ASIC provides information about ongoing compliance and has a range of forms that need to be completed and lodged. ASIC needs to be notified of all changes to the company after its incorporation.

 

You can check the availability of your chosen name by searching the ASIC register “here

 

  • Section 102 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 provided that if the person who establishes a Trust (the Settlor) has the power to terminate a Trust (that is, is the same person as the Trustee and in some cases a Beneficiary) then the Trust will be deemed not to exist and the Settlor will be personally taxed on the whole of the Trust income.
  • If the Settlor is a Beneficiary then the Settlor will not have divested him/her self of the Trust assets and as a consequence, no Trust relationship can exist.

Any individual, company, or incorporated association can be a Trustee provided that the person or directors are not bankrupt, minors, or disqualified persons.

A trust describes a relationship between various parties whereby a trustee or trustees (the legal owner) hold trust property on behalf of beneficiaries. In the context of a Family Trust, the trustee holds the trust property on behalf of the nominated and general beneficiaries.

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