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Year End Tax Planning - 30 June 2016

post image As we head towards 30 June 2016, we look at some end of year tax planning moves that may assist you.
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Small business restructures made easier

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The Government has made changes to the tax law to provide tax relief for small businesses that restructure. The tax law changes provide an optional rollover for small business owners who change the legal structure of their business on the transfer of business assets from one entity to another.

The changes to the tax law will take effect on 1 July 2016.

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Federal Budget 2016

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Major changes to Superannuation and Small Business gets more relief … just some of the highlights from the Federal Budget announced.  As the dust starts settling, see our summary key items we see as important for clients.

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SuperStream deadline is approaching

post image SuperStream deadline is approaching

Get started now so you are ready by 30 June. If you are an employer it’s important you know about some changes in the way you pay super and that you take action now. 

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Market value of shares is not the selling price

post image Market value of shares is not the selling price
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10 big economic ideas for the next 10 years

post image 10 big economic ideas for the next 10 years

Reserve Bank of Australia governor Glenn Stevens has a few thoughts on the weight of forecasts in predicting the economy's future.

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New foreign resident CGT withholding regime

post image New foreign resident CGT withholding regime 
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ATO data matching real property transactions

post image The ATO has issued a notice announcing that it will be acquiring details of real property transactions for the period 20 September 1985 to 30 June 2017 from various state revenue offices and tenancy boards.  
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9 technology trends to shake up your business

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Technology changes quickly, and our working patterns often change just as quickly in order to adapt. But the next 10 years will bring changes that are even more profound, as separate lines of scientific endeavours converge to unleash even more bizarre products and services onto the world.

 

Many of these future techs are visible today, and some have been a long time coming. Others are yet to be dreamt up. But as the pace of change accelerates, the only thing we can be sure of is that the way we do business in the future will be very different from today.

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Government rejects SMSF borrowing ban recommendation

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Government rejects SMSF borrowing ban recommendation

 

Direct borrowings by superannuation funds via limited recourse borrowing arrangements (LRBAs) are safe (at least for the next three years), following the Government's decision to reject the Murray Financial System Inquiry recommendation to ban or restrict LRBAs.

 

 

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