Checklist – What to bring to your Tax Return Appointment

If you’re coming in soon to discuss your tax return for yourself or your business, come prepared with some records or access to them to help us with the preparation. Being prepared is not only wise, but saves a lot of time and effort for both yourself and us.

If you are a new client it […]

March 9th, 2018|News, Tax, Uncategorized|

Top Last Minute Tax Planning Tips – 2017 Tax Year End

First, for all of you with a Discretionary Trust … as you know your annual Trust Income Distribution must be implemented before midnight on 30 June. And remember, once 30 June has passed it is too late to make a change!

Make an appointment now to prepare for year end to ensure you have minimised your tax […]

June 27th, 2017|Accounting, Tax, Uncategorized|

Top Tips for Effective Tax Structures

Grab a coffee and your notebook and settle in for some expert advice on effective tax structures – especially if you are a sole trader looking to expand…

For established and growing small business you are likely to outgrow a sole proprietor business/tax structure and be looking at a more sophisticated structure that can be established […]

May 16th, 2017|Business Advice, News, Planning, Tax, Uncategorized|

How Is My Super Taxed?

For specific advice that suits your specific circumstances talk to our friendly expert Accountants – simply click here to inquire, ask a question or make an appointment.

Tax on contributions
The amount of tax you pay on contributions into your super depends on how much you contribute and when you contribute it.

Your Tax File Number – the key to […]

December 5th, 2016|News, SMSF, Tax, Uncategorized|
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Government announces superannuation reforms

In early September the Turnbull government released the first tranche of Exposure Draft legislation for superannuation reforms announced in the 2016-17 Budget. There has been a federal election in between, but the Turnbull government has finally released draft legislation of five superannuation reforms that were first mooted in the May budget.

What do the Superannuation Reforms mean […]

November 1st, 2016|SMSF, Uncategorized|