In what’s sure to be good news for Australian business owners, legislation to extend the popular $20,000 instant asset write-off tax scheme for another 12 months has successfully passed through Parliament with no opposition.Read More
Whether you’re planning to buy your first home or investment property, or just want to upgrade to a larger dwelling, then it’s essential to maximise your borrowing capacity by fully considering all your income sourcesRead More
Have you restructured your business recently or are you looking at restructuring in the near future?
Normally, when you sell a business, you would have to pay income tax because your business has sold or transferred its assets.Read More
With high property prices in many capital cities, it’s becoming increasingly popular for people who are lucky enough to own a large block to subdivide it and either sell off the surplus land or even build another house on it and then sell.Read More
Whether you’re planning to buy your first home or investment property, or just want to upgrade to a larger dwelling, then it’s essential to maximise your borrowing capacity by fully considering all your income sources.Read More
We understand drought can put extra pressure on people and businesses. That’s why we’re making tax easier while times are tough.Read More
If you’re a small business with employees, it’s important to understand the rules about paying them superannuation.Read More
The most common reason Australians switch to a self-managed super fund is for the flexibility and control over how their super is invested.
For many, this can mean a venture into property investment, specific shares or a risk-averse term deposit. But there are a number of more unusual ways you can diversify your SMSF…Read More
Many young people wonder how they will ever save such a large deposit for a home while still paying rent, and the “smashed avocado” theory of becoming frugal and not eating out does not change the fact that with average house prices of over $1,000,000 it has never been more difficult to get a foot on the property ladder.Read More
The two people running the economy have very different views read on to understand how the treasurer’s view differs from the RBA governor’s.