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From the monthly archives: September 2016

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The $7 million super pot still possible for a fortunate few

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Treasurer Scott Morrison's superannuation reforms were supposed to end the use of super as a major wealth creation and preservation vehicle. For the core constituents in the coalition's heartland, it hasn't.

It's possible for a well-advised and fortunate couple to still build a superannuation pile of more than $7 million.

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5 asset classes – and the sub-class that tops them all

post image Over the past 10 years, investment returns from the major asset classes have been more modest than in previous decades, but one remains the better bet than others.
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The 11-point checklist to de-hassle your travel

post image Getting on a plane and hopping off a few hours later in the name of business is such a common experience that you probably don’t give it too much thought. Just like all things you do on autopilot – tying your shoelaces, the daily home-work-home commute – it’s worth looking at the basics once in a while to see if there are better ways of doing it. Consider this your master checklist.
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Small business tax breaks in the pipeline

post image Small business entities with aggregated turnover of less than $10 million would be able to access a number of small business tax concessions, including, among others, immediate deductibility of small business start-up expenses, simpler depreciation rules and simplified trading stock rules.
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Deductibility for gifts to clients and airport lounge membership fees

post image Deductibility for gifts to clients and airport lounge membership fees
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