Self Managed Superfunds at risk if Labor wins power
This week Bill Shorten announced a crackdown on what Labor considers a “tax loophole” with self managed superfunds, and self funded retirees
Changes to Electronic Gaming Machine Licenses in NSW
NSW Government will now cap the number of EGM’s in select high risk communities (such as south west suburb of Fairfield) as new
ATO to target Crypto Currencies this tax season
The ATO has a new target in its sights this year – Bitcoin and other crypto currencies are firmly in the sights of
Transfer balance cap and event based reporting for SMSF’s
There were many changes happening to superannuation within the last 12 months and as we draw closer to the must dreaded 1
From 1 July 2017, employees can claim superannuation as a deduction
You get a tax deduction, you get a tax deduction, everyone gets a tax deduction for super contributions!
What’s the hype
Using your superannuation as a house deposit
Saving for a house is a rite of passage for most young Australian’s.
My parents bought their house for just over $60,000 and paid it
Fringe Benefits Year Ending Soon
With the end of the Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) year fast approaching it will be useful to review the benefits that have been offered to your
Downsizer Contributions Cap
From 1 July 2018 a new Contributions Cap will apply, designed for people downsizing from their main residence.
Called the Downsizer Contributions Cap, it allows a once-off contribution to
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