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BIS Cosgrove Accountants Gold Coast & Brisbane

Dread the thought of tax time? You’re not alone.

Do you dread the thought of tax time? You’re not alone.

A recent survey of 1,018 people has explored the stress levels of everyday Australians surrounding their tax time obligations.

The survey found that:

19% of people would rather pick up their pet’s poop than complete their tax return.

18% of people would sooner make small talk with an unpleasant neighbour than complete their tax return.

17% of people would prefer to sit in the middle seat on a long-haul flight than complete their tax return.

16% of people would opt to have a tooth pulled at the dentist before completing their tax return.

And only 30% of the surveyed group enjoy completing their tax return.

So where do you fall? Would you opt for picking up your pooch’s poop before facing the dreaded tax return?

Tax time doesn’t have to be like pulling teeth, nor does it need to feel like your impending doom. When it comes to completing your tax return, a great accountant is paramount to combatting those pesky EOFY scaries.

At BIS Cosgrove, we aim to ensure 100% of our clients are cool, calm and collected when it comes to completing their tax returns. With a combination of expert accounting & tax advice and industry-leading software, we help take the weight of tax time off your shoulders, so you can focus on the important stuff!

We prioritise not only the logistics of completing your tax return, but also ensuring that you understand the process, are educated around the Australian Tax System and feel confident about your taxes, so there is no need to fear the numbers!

Still feeling the stress of 30 June, or have further questions? Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us, and arrange to talk to one of our expert accountants.

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The material and contents provided in this publication are general and informative in nature only. It is not intended to be advice and you should not act specifically on the basis of this information alone. If expert assistance is required, professional advice should be obtained.