Lisa Sanasi moved to Killcare 15 years ago with her family. During this time the natural beauty of this stunning part of the Australian east coast, has been the backdrop of her daily life.
Lisa became acquainted with the art of pottery 25 years ago but it was not until January 2017 that she decided to take her interest from being a hobby into a business. She approached Sydney Business and the Federal Government’s NEIS Program to assist her with the establishment of her new business “Lisa Sanasi Ceramics”.
Her pieces echo the simple but striking forms found along coastal rock platforms where there is strong evidence of tessellation and honeycomb rock erosion which reveal misshapen triangular and oval patterning. These shapes translate beautifully into practical ceramic ware. Plates, bowls and dishes are both functional and sculptural. Every piece is a hand made one off and produced in her Killcare studio.
Her works are now most sought after and she supplies serving dishes to the Fine Dining Restaurant “Bells at Killcare”.
$20,000 instant asset write-off extended
The $20,000 instant asset write-off threshold has been extended to 30 June 2019. This means you can continue to claim the cost of new or second-hand assets that are less than the threshold of $20,000.
What are depreciating assets?
A depreciating asset declines in value over time, such as:
Visit the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) website page on the Instant asset write-off or call the ATO on 13 28 66.
Tax Time 2018 is officially over for self-preparers
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) received more than 3.4 million online tax returns through myTax.
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