Bookkeeping Services

Bookkeeping Services

It’s vital to keep accurate records for GST and tax purposes. Good bookkeepers assist greatly in increasing your efficiency, managing your finances and avoiding any penalties. Using state-of-the-art cloud bases systems we can teach you to do your own bookkeeping manage your existing bookeepers or do all of your bookkeeping at a rock bottom rate. It’s completely up to you More »

Tax Services

Tax Services

Pop Up Tax Shop is staffed by fully qualified accountants and tax specialists. They may not have suits or corner offices but they know their stuff. We believe you should be able to do your tax in places that suit you, that’s why we pop up in shopping centres and other helpful places. You can do your tax online with us if you like, but we think these things are easier face to face. You have the chance to ask questions and pick our brains about tax stuff. We’re here to help. More »

Mortgage Home Loan

Mortgage Home Loan

You are deserve to choose the better home loan choice, Free to call us for better home loan rate today ! More »

Accounting Software

Accounting Software

We have been cloud accountants since the start, it’s in our DNA. We know Xero very well, and we can show you how it can impact (revolutionise) your business. Real time information presented in an easy to understand actionable format is vital to modern business. Our cloud accounting solutions let you keep pace with todays fast moving commercial environments; helping you to take business to the next level and save time and money. We can help move your business to a new platform with a minimum disruption as you make the change. More »


Welcome to Abner Advisors

Leveraging our core strength of Accounting and Bookkeeping, we handle the parts of your back office you would rather not! We will free you up to run your business. Let us manage your accounts, pay your staff, lodge your BAS, do your administration and filing, find new clients for you, and collect cash from debtors. Close to you, we have offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth.


To receive the JobKeeper Payment, employers must:

• Register an intention to apply on the ATO website and assess that they have or will experience the required turnover decline.
• Provide information to the ATO on eligible employees. This includes information on the number eligible employees engaged as at 1 March 2020 and those currently employed by the business (including those stood down or rehired). For most businesses, the ATO will use Single Touch Payroll
data to pre-populate the employee details for the business.
• Ensure that each eligible employee receives at least $1,500 per fortnight (before tax). For employees that were already receiving this amount from the employer then their income will no change. For employees that have been receiving less than this amount, the employer will need to up the payment to the employee up to $1,500, before tax. And for those employees earning more than this amount, the employer is able to provide them with a top-up.
• Notify all eligible employees that they are receiving the JobKeeper Payment.
• Continue to provide information to the ATO on a monthly basis, including the number of eligible employees employed by the business.

Buying a property in the name of your Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF).

I find that Self Managed Super Funds (SMSFs) are getting very popular and more people are buying properties in the name of their SMSFs. However when buying a property in the name of the SMSF there are a few points to consider.

ATO sets sights on 200,000 taxpayers with short-term rentals

According to the tax office, an “extensive data-matching program” will be used to identify taxpayers receiving income from short-term rentals, with information from online platform sharing sites for around 190,000 Australians to be examined to identify taxpayers who have left out rental income and over-claimed deductions.

Common return mistakes flagged for popular occupations

The ATO has been on its biggest ever education campaign this tax time, including direct contact with over 3 million selected taxpayers, as well as specialised guides and toolkits for taxpayers, agents, employers and industry bodies.

Who do mortgage brokers work for — the borrower, the banks or themselves?

More than half of Australia’s home loans are organised by mortgage brokers.

But are they working for you, the bank, or themselves?

The banking royal commission – it’s even worse than it looks

If you think the banking royal commission is big, you’re wrong. It’s much bigger.

Housing Correction Deepens With Dwelling Values Falling Across Most Capital Cities

National dwelling values were down for the eleventh consecutive month suggesting spring selling conditions may deliver a challenge amidst rising advertised stock levels, tight credit and indications that mortgage rates are tracking higher.