QCS Backing Queensland Business in 2023

We seriously all deserve a well-earned break after enduring the last two years, but is it time to relax or shift to a new gear?

This was the question we asked ourselves as we kicked off the thongs and came back to work this year.

In reality, it didn’t take long for us to see that our clients were going to need us more than ever as the post pandemic cycle took effect.

Rising interest rates, inflation peaking, increasing costs to both businesses and households are only a handful of challenges we will all need to deal with over the coming year.

The QCS Team have been hard at work reviewing clients’ interest rates and negotiating new ones, refinancing to a better deal, and consolidating debts to improve cash flow.

It’s the same for our business clients who are taking advantage of opportunities in the market, purchasing commercial property through their super and upgrading their vehicles and equipment to create efficiencies in their business.

It’s going to be another busy year and getting the right advice has never been more important.

With the financial year coming to a close, why should you buy assets now?

While small business has enjoyed the tax breaks of the instant asset write off it appears it may be coming to an end this year, so you will need to act quickly to secure vehicles or equipment for your business before the June deadline.

Here are a few reasons why buying assets now may be a smart move for your business:

  1. Low fixed rates.
  2. Improve productivity and efficiency.
  3. Instant asset write off set to end
  4. Cost of vehicles set to increase.
  5. Tax deductions for 2023.

QCS are proud Members of FBAA and CAFBA.

With this issue of Matters Magazine being about embracing local, QCS invites you to be part of our ‘Giving Back‘ campaign, by donating to the Sunshine Coast community on every deal we settle.

At Queensland Capital Solutions we believe every child deserves to fit in at school, no matter their background, home situation or financial means.

Therefore, we have partnered with an amazing charity called Inclusive Kids! We will be donating $25 for every deal settled across Home, Business and Asset finance.

The Inclusive Kids fund was created to provide children much-needed funds that will improve inclusion by providing such things as school lunches, shoes, bags family meals, funds for activities and camps as to those who would otherwise be excluded due to poverty, family breakdown, disability, or serious illness. The Inclusive Kids fund is a non-perpetuity fund initiative that gives 100 per cent of all funds received directly to local families.

Giving Back