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May 03, 2022 / News

New Research on Minimum Size of SMSFs

It is often suggested that SMSFs with assets of less than $500,000 will underperform compared with APRA regulated funds. Read more

Superannuation


May 03, 2022 / News

Reduction of Minimum Pension Payments Extended to 30 June 2023

Pensions paid by SMSFs must meet certain minimum standards in order to qualify for various tax concessions. Read more


May 03, 2022 / News

New Contribution Rules

Important changes to the rules around superannuation contributions come into effect from 1 July 2022. Read more


Apr 20, 2022 / News

The New “.au” - The Impacts of the New Domain Name

On March 24th the governing body of domain names launched “.au” domains. If you currently have a domain name for your website and emails (for example “shop.com.au”) someone else could register “shop.au”, which could lead to your clients being directed to someone else’s website. Read more

Information Technology


Apr 05, 2022 / News

Fuel Excise – What’s Changing with your Business’s Fuel Tax Credits

Much attention has been given to the 2022 Budget measure of temporarily halving of the fuel excise for petrol and diesel, from 44.2 cents/litre to 22.1 cents. Read more

Taxation


Mar 30, 2022 / News

2022 Federal Budget Insights

At the time of last year’s Budget, allowing ourselves the indulgence of thinking about a post-pandemic world was perhaps a little premature. But maybe this time we really can. Read more

Business Consulting / Taxation


Mar 30, 2022 / News

Guide to the Federal Budget 2022

At the time of last year’s Budget, allowing ourselves the indulgence of thinking about a post-pandemic world was perhaps a little premature. But maybe this time we really can. Read more

Business Consulting / Taxation


Mar 23, 2022 / News

Employee or contractor? – the goalposts have shifted

It’s an age-old issue for which getting it wrong has generated more and more consequences over time. An oversight such as treating someone as an independent contractor when in fact they are an employee could lead to a number of unwanted consequences. Read more

Taxation


Mar 17, 2022 / News

ATO’s new regime for scrutinising your family trust

Each year, anyone with trusts in your affairs (or your tax advisor) needs to be mindful of a number of anti-avoidance and integrity regimes. Section 100A of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 has always cast a shadow over trusts, but has never received the level of attention it perhaps should have. Read more

Taxation


Feb 22, 2022 / News

Managing rising interest rates

Home lenders may soon face the grim reality of rising interest rates in 2022, as it is anticipated the Reserve Bank of Australia will have to make a dreaded move to a rate rise sooner rather than later. Read more

Financial Planning


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