Business Registrations

Congratulations on taking the steps to either begin a new business venture, upgrade your sole trader status, or maybe even expanding!

Starting a business can be an exciting and rewarding venture, but it can also be a source of frustration and confusion.

Navigating the regulations and paperwork can be a daunting task, and the consequences of not doing it properly can be serious.

The good news is that Assuris FIG business accountants offer a comprehensive and professional service that can help make the process to set up a business easier and less stressful.

You can rest assured that your business is properly registered with the government for a successful launch into the business world.

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Proper tax & ABN registrations are crucial for operation of your business.


In Australia, tax registrations are a fundamental part of business operations.

It is a legal requirement for businesses in Australia to obtain and include an ABN (Australian Business Number) when registering for tax.

An ABN is a unique identifier issued to businesses by the Australian Tax Office (ATO) and is used to identify businesses for tax and other reporting purposes.

Businesses must include their ABN on all invoices they issue, as well as in any communications they have with the ATO.

Trading without an ABN, businesses may incur hefty fines or penalties, so it is important that businesses obtain and include an ABN when registering for tax. Further, businesses should ensure they keep their ABN details up-to-date with the ATO, as these can change over time.

It is recommended to hire a tax agent who is well-versed in business matters to ensure a thorough understanding of the requirements and procedures for all applicable tax registrations.

An ABN provides legitimacy to your business, which can help to establish trust with potential customers or suppliers.

Having an Australian Business Number (ABN) is essential for anyone doing business in Australia.

You need an ABN if you want to start a new business, buy or sell assets, or employ people.

This 11-digit number is the cornerstone of your business’s tax and financial identity, and it will enable you to register your business with the relevant government departments, such as registering a domain, or registering for GST. 

It can also be used by tax accountants to lodge tax returns on behalf of their clients. Businesses in Australia must have an ABN to operate legally, so it’s important that you obtain your ABN as soon as possible after setting up your business.

If you’re unsure about what registration steps you need to take for your business, then it’s best to consult with a qualified accountant or other professional who can guide you through the process of registering for an ABN and any associated requirements.

Take the time to research the need for licenses and permits to operate legally.


Before you register a business name, it is important to understand the process. Business name registrations in Australia are managed by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC).

You need an Australian Business Number (ABN) to get started.

Have you considered what type of business you're going to operate and whether it's going to be a sole trader, partnership, family trust or company?

The registration requirements vary among these business structures. Once you have this information, it's time to register your business with ASIC. ASIC is the Australian government agency responsible for registering companies and business names in Australia. 

It is important to ensure that your ABN number is registered correctly in order to avoid future complications or issues. As part of registering your business, you will also need to consider other factors such as insurance and licensing requirements relevant to your specific industry.

With the right knowledgeable support, registering a business can be a smooth process.

Assuris FIG business registration service can help you through the process and provide any additional advice or assistance you may need.

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Business Accountants, Tax and ABN Registrations

Why Do I need an ABN?

Before you Register a Business Name