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Let’s look at the taxing of discretionary trusts; if you’re a business owner and use a discretionary trust to mitigate some of your business risk, you...

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Watch our rundown on the 2019/20 Budget

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The age below which individuals can receive genuine redundancy and early retirement scheme payments will be changed to align it with the Age Pension...

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Not law but it is still a thing. The superannuation guarantee amnesty is one of those laws that aren’t law yet but is being treated as if they was....

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The productivity commission estimates that choosing the right Superannuation Fund from the start will lead to a significant increase in your...

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Are we headed for another global slow down, China’s production is dropping dramatically while the US economy seems to be growing more slowly?

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With a Federal election not too far away, where is our tax system headed. The government seems to be on a spending spree with their surplus, personal...

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The ATO will be writing to small employers at the end of January, those with less than 19 employees, to let them know about STP.

 

If you employ...

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An exemption from the work test will apply to voluntary superannuation contributions in the first income year after retirement from 1 July 2019. This...

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From 1 January 2019 the QBCC will reintroduce annual reporting requirements for license holders. This is in answer to a number of high profile...

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The Queensland Government introduced legislation to help secure payments to subcontractors in the building and construction industry as part of the...

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New legislation is being proposed which will implement Director Identification Numbers (DIN) in Australia. Under the proposal, all directors of...

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