Business Advisory

ClarityNT specialises in business advisory services.  Let us help your business grow.


Whether you are an established organisation or an emerging business, we are a resource to help improve your operational capability.

We take the time to understand your business and tailor a strategic approach to suit your needs and requirements.  Our experts can help you identify areas in your business where we can help you grow and add value.

Our proactive approach will help you identify areas of strengths and opportunities as well overcome areas of weakness where risk can be mitigated.

Key Services

  • Business structuring
  • Business management
  • Cash flow forecasts
  • Business & strategic planning
  • Feasibility studies & due diligence
  • Governance workshops & advice
  • Financial policies and procedures
  • Change management
  • Budget planning
  • Periodical financial statements with review

Reach your financial goals


At ClarityNT, our experienced Advisors can help your business achieve operational efficiency, reduce expenses, improve processes and procedures, as well as develop effective internal controls.  Get in touch today to find out how we can work together.


Our professionals come from multidisciplinary backgrounds and have over 20 years of experience.  Not to mention that our senior staff are long-term residents of Central Australia with significant experience working with Aboriginal corporations and not-for-profit sectors.

Home as a place of business during COVID: CGT implications

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more employees working from home than ever before. This, in turn, has resulted in such people being able to claim a range of deductions for various “running expenses” associated with working from home. These expenses include...

Christmas and the Taxman

When do employee gifts and celebrations attract fringe benefits tax (FBT)? And when are they exempt? Christmas is traditionally a time of giving – including employers showing gratitude towards staff for a job well done. However, Christmas parties and gifts can attract...

Beware of disguising undeclared foreign income as gifts or loans

Many people living in Australia often have money remitted to them from overseas. Often this money is from relatives, friends or an “entity” to which they have a connection. However, even if such funds are merely loans or gifts, it’s time to be vigilant and to keep...

Undisclosed income risks hefty asset betterment statements

A recent Federal Court decision has put the spotlight on asset betterment – the controversial approach the ATO takes to determine undisclosed income. In the case of Le v Commissioner of Taxation [2021] FCA 303, the ATO used an asset betterment calculation to justify...

New guidance on “personal services income” rules

The ATO has recently updated its guidance material on the operation of the personal services income (PSI) and personal service business (PSB) rules. These highly prescriptive rules took effect from the 2000-01 income year, after the government became concerned that...

SMSF regulations to allow six members under new legislation

A bill has been introduced into Parliament that partially implements a measure to allow an increase in the maximum number of allowable members in self-managed superannuation funds and small APRA funds from four to six. First floated in the 2018-19 Federal Budget, the...

Fears of Div 7A danger from COVID-relaxed loan repayments unfounded

The ATO has clarified its position regarding loans, and the repayments of loans that may have been put on hold for the period that COVID-19 has a grip on the economy and our lives. An important sidebar to the ATO’s announcement is the implications regarding Division...

New data matching programs initiated by Federal Government

Over the first quarter of this financial year, the government has initiated two new data matching programs, using data that the ATO holds. Data matching involves bringing together data from different sources and comparing it. For example, records from different...

SMEs: ATO confirms JobKeeper payments do not contribute to aggregated turnover

From the outset, it has been emphasised that JobKeeper payments are assessable income. However some concerns had been raised as to JobKeeper payment status in regard to being statutory income or ordinary income. And if the latter, whether it is ordinary income derived...
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SMSF member obligations

A recent Administrative Appeals Tribunal decision reminds us all that SMSF trustees (members) can be disqualified where serious breaches, be...
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Optus data breach

Following a recent cyber-attack, Optus customers are advised they could be at risk of identity theft. While Optus has not...
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Director identification numbers…time is running out

All existing directors of a company, registered Australian body, registered foreign company, or a director of corporate trustees of an...
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ATO issues reminder about hardship requests

The ATO has reminded superannuation members that severe financial hardship does not meet the grounds for compassionate release. This reminder...
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