Three Wise Fbt Tips For Christmas

Three wise FBT tips for Christmas - Tax Accountants Norfolk Island

Employers know that popping a champagne cork or two to celebrate the festive season lets staff know their efforts are appreciated, but the well-prepared business owner will also know that a little tax planning can help ensure that it’s not the business that ends up with the FBT hangover.

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Small Business Low Cost Assets And The Threshold Rule

Attention Small Business Owners: Know the Threshold Rule and How It Applies To Your Business - Tax Accountants Mackay

The threshold rule is a rule in the tax law that can help save small businesses time and money. It allows a business that doesn’t use simplified depreciation to claim an immediate deduction for most business expenditure of $100 or less to buy tangible assets.

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An Smsf Trustee Duty Not To Be Forgotten

How to develop an SMSF investment strategy - Tax Accountants Liverpool

Setting up your own SMSF has certain benefits in allowing you more control and flexibility but it is imperative that your fund grows and can provide for you in retirement. One way to help grow your retirement savings is to have an investment strategy.

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Super Downsizer Scheme Common Errors

Super Downsizer Scheme Common Errors - Tax Accountants Lidcombe

The super downsizer scheme started on 1 July 2018 and has allowed older Australians to sell their homes and contribute up to $300,000 of the proceeds from the sale into super.

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Lost Or Destroyed Tax Records

Lost or destroyed tax records? Don’t panic - Tax Accountants Hoppers Crossing

Now and then, taxpayers may find themselves in a situation where they simply have no records to back up a tax claim. There can be many reasons for this, such as losing documents when moving home (either paper or electronic), or technology failures that end up with the same result (or at worst even destroy records).

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Smsf Event Based Reporting What Needs To Be Reported What Doesnt

SMSF event-based reporting: What needs to be reported, what doesn’t - Tax Accountants Hobart

Since event-based reporting started for SMSFs from 1 July 2018, the ATO says that for the larger part, SMSF trustees have mostly adjusted to the new requirements.

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