The wide-ranging superannuation reforms come into effect on 1 July 2017. With the changes come a series of issues that Trustees need to be across, even if they don’t immediately affect you or your fund:
Are you looking for a loan to finance your development? Finding the right loan can be a tough decision. When it comes to property development or any construction projects, the return on your investments (ROI) is important. How you finance your development can have a significant impact on your ROI. What loan type is most… Read more »
What to do when when the Share Market is Volatile: 1. Review your goals. Why did you make this investment? What was the overriding objective? For example, are you a 40 year old investing for your retirement or saving for a deposit for your home. If you are saving for a deposit for your home… Read more »
While these rules apply for all collectables acquired from 1 July 2011, collectables already held in an SMSF as at 30 June 2011 were given a five year transitional period to comply. That five year period ends on 30 June 2016.
Not only is an Investment Strategy mandatory for all SMSF it is critical to ensure that your superannuation fund maximises the return on its investments and minimises its investment risks.
When a company suffers from financial difficulty or insolvency, the company may go into liquidation. This can be done voluntarily or through a court order. Liquidation involves the company’s dealings winding up so that the business operations can cease, and the company can prepare for deregistration. Our team of experienced lawyers and accountants explain further in detail.
There are a number of tax changes coming into effect as of 1 July 2014 that will affect all businesses. As a business owner, you need to ensure you are keeping up to date with all tax changes to make sure you are doing what’s right for your business and its employees. Check out our list to see how the changes will affect your business. Our team of experienced lawyers and accountants explain further in detail.
If you currently own or are thinking of starting a small business, you should be aware of the most common risks that small business are faced with. This enables you to be better prepared, and deal with these risks appropriately. Here are some common risks and how to manage them. Our team of experienced lawyers and accountants explain further in detail.
The end of financial year is almost here! There are many things that you as a business owner has to consider, and it is important to be aware of these issues and get everything in order before 30 June. Our experienced team of accountants and tax agents explain further in detail.
With the end of financial year just around the corner, now is the time to start preparing your tax plan. Here is a list of the best ways to legally minimise your tax this financial year. If you earn more than $18,200 (tax free threshold), during the 2013 – 2014 financial year, you are required to submit an individual tax return to the ATO. Our experienced team of tax accountants and tax agents explain further in detail.