Is your bookkeeper qualified to sumbit your BAS or use MYOB to assist?

By: DEDES CONSULTING  12-Mar-2011
Keywords: Bookkeeping, Accounting & Bookkeeping Services, Bookkeeping Service

 The BAS Agent Laws are contained within the Tax Agent Services Act 2009 and two related pieces of legislation often referred to as the “Regulations” and the “Transitional Rules”.

 
The Laws have seen the introduction of a national Tax Practitioners Board who, among other things, will oversee and regulate the supply of BAS Services to the public. Only bookkeepers who have applied to the Board for registration as a BAS Agent will be permitted to render BAS services to their clients. BAS services have been more stringently defined and capture the majority of services provided by most bookkeepers. The legislation imposes a range of civil penalties ranging from $5,500 to $137,500 (per offence) for illegally providing, representing that you provide, or advertising that you provide, BAS services.

Keywords: Accounting & Bookkeeping, Accounting & Bookkeeping Services, Accounting & Tax Services, Bas Agent, Book Keepers, Book Keeping, Bookkeeping, Bookkeeping Service, Bookkeeping Services, Group Certificates, Myob Bookkeeping, Payment Summaries, Tax Preparation