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Axia's Tips For Tax Time Savings

Tuesday, 11 June 2013 2:34:49 PM Australia/Sydney

Make tax time less taxing - Save Money at Axia Office

Have you been delaying upgrading? Wait no longer!

Depreciating assets costing less than $6,500 purchased before the 30th June qualify for an immediate tax write off if your business turns over <$2mil a year. This means the real cost to your business for that new printer, office copier, shredder etc is greatly reduced.

Hurry and place your orders soon to ensure a deduction on this years tax return.

We recommend you get independent professional advice.

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New Sharp Copiers MX-3114N

Thursday, 31 January 2013 10:27:23 AM Australia/Sydney

New Sharp Office Photocopiers - The Sharp MX-3114N

Sharp has just released the newest additions to it's Colour Multifunction Copier & Printer range. The Sharp Colour Multifunctional System Range offers award winning technologies and they continue to spearhead the advances in office copier technologies. With over 40 years industry experience the Sharp MX-3114N is sure to be another award winning asset to any office.

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New Sharp Copiers MX-2614N

Thursday, 31 January 2013 10:18:53 AM Australia/Sydney

New Sharp Office Photocopiers - The Sharp MX-2614N

Sharp has just released the newest additions to it's Colour Multifunction Copier & Printer range. The Sharp Colour Multifunctional System Range offers award winning technologies and they continue to spearhead the advances in office copier technologies. With over 40 years industry experience the Sharp MX-2614N is sure to be another award winning asset to any office.

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Upgrading my Multifunction Copier Printer - should I rent or buy?

Tuesday, 19 June 2012 2:39:19 PM Australia/Sydney

If you’re investing in new office technology, your main goal is most likely to achieve increased efficiency, and correspondingly, decreased costs. Making the initial outlay viable, so that you achieve those eventual savings sooner, is something of a balancing act. Read More
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