The following conditions are required to be met;
A final tax return is required to be prepared and lodged with the ATO.
A fee is payable to ASIC of $41 which is included in POP’s service fee of $150+gst.
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POP Business is an award-winning, tech-driven company of cloud-based tax accountant specialists, whose smart software is being embraced by small businesses all over Australia.
Yes, we’re proudly ‘paperless’. But while we’re happy to reduce our carbon footprint, our number-one goal is to help our clients streamline their processes, minimise their tax, and take their businesses to the next level.
With POP Business, you can count on:
POP Business is so successful at delivering awesome results for small businesses because of a combination of four things:
By saving time and money, and preserving your peace of mind, you’ll be free to focus on the really important stuff. Namely, running your business successfully.
Perhaps your small business is behind on your annual tax obligations?
Maybe you’d like to know if there’s other smart ways you can minimise your tax?
Or, it could be you’re looking for expert advice on how to growth-hack your business.
Good news. POP Business are the pros at all three. Tax shouldn’t have to be so… well, taxing. Drop us a line and you’ll never look back.
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Deregistering a company means that you do not have to continue your obligations as an officeholder. If it is no longer trading, it is a good idea to deregister your company.
You can apply to lodge a Form 6010 application for voluntary deregistration of a company, together with the applicable application fee, with ASIC. The form can be lodged either via ASIC’s website or mail.
If ASIC approves your deregistration application, they will confirm the decision by writing to you. ASIC will also publish a notice of deregistration on its website. The process can take up to two weeks. Deregistration will take place two months after ASIC publishes its notice.
Yes. When a company is deregistered, an application for registration of another company with the same name as the deregistered company is permitted.
ASIC only wants to ensure that no registered company has the same name as the new company applying for registration.
We recommend you to check the following before lodging your deregistration application:
You can get started by simply filling out the enquiry form on this page.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org
The turnaround time will usually be within 10 business days.
We communicate through email and phone mostly.
You can provide user access to your online accounting software so we can get the required business transactions for the tax lodgement.