A big stress for startups we come across are all the different tax requirements they need to be on top of.
Last month, I wrote an article for leading startup magazine, Shoe String on some of the key requirements which startup founders need to worry about.
- Registering for GST – when do you need to start worrying about GST? You need to register for GST if your 12-month turnover or anticipated 12-month turnover is $75,000 or more
- Tax & Hiring staff – when it comes to hiring staff, you need to provide staff with a Tax File Number Declaration Form, as well as assessing whether to pay superannuation, how much superannuation to pay, and how much tax must be withheld from their wages.
- Superannuation – a mistake a lot of startups make is in thinking that superannuation is not payable for casual staff. This is not right. The same superannuation requirements apply for casuals and permanent employees. Continue reading “Worrying about tax & my startup”
We are proud to say that that our co-founder, Emma Petroulas, was listed earlier this week as one of the 8 women to watch in the Sydney Tech-Startup Scene by Shoe String.
It’s a real honour that Nudge has been listed alongside some really amazing Aussie women in startups who are doing such exciting things! Many of whom we have followed their journeys as we were starting Nudge.
Other women included on the list were:
- Katrin Suess from Vimily: a new online concept where you can leave video messages for future generations
- Fiona Anson and Alison Baker from Hire me Up: recruitment for the part-time and casual markets making waves at the moment
- Kat McKinnon from Verify1st: on a mission to stop fake websites and scammers
- Katie Campbell from firehosiery: a subscription service for hosiery
- Jodie Fox from Shoes of Prey and Pascale Helyar Moray from Style Rocks: design your own shoes and jewellery
- Priyanka Rao from Evolvex: online flat-packed furniture
- Bronwen O’Brien from Digital Sorbet: virtual PA services
Read the full-story here.
Aaron and Mark