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Late last year, thousands of taxpayers and their agents were advised by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) that they had an outstanding historical tax debt. The only problem was, many had no idea that the tax debt existed.
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08 Mar, 2024 | All articles, Tax, General | View Counts (284)
The gender gap may be closing in SMSF balances (and at a much faster rate than APRA funds), but it's still a glacial pace. Class modelling shows that an early boost, combined with the magic of compounding, can redress the imbalance.
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27 Feb, 2024 | All articles, Payroll, Superannuation, Planning | View Counts (474)
It has been announced today that there will be an increase in the standard concessional and non-concessional contribution caps from 1st July 2024.
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22 Feb, 2024 | All articles, Superannuation, Budget Announcements | View Counts (354)
Just because an agreement states that a worker is an independent contractor, this does not mean that they are a contractor for tax and superannuation purposes, new guidance from the ATO warns.
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02 Feb, 2024 | All articles, Payroll, General | View Counts (428)
The personal income tax cuts legislated to commence on 1 July 2024 will be realigned and redistributed under a proposal released by the Federal Government.
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02 Feb, 2024 | All articles, Tax, General, Budget Announcements | View Counts (356)
Uncertainty has reigned over the last few years, but can we expect more consistency as we head into 2024? We explore some of the key issues and influences.
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13 Dec, 2023 | All articles, General, Planning | View Counts (526)
Here’s our quick guide to the tax impact of Christmas celebrations. The information is for GST registered businesses that are not using the 50-50 split method for meal entertainment.
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13 Dec, 2023 | All articles, Tax, General | View Counts (398)
The ATO estimates that incorrect reporting of rental property income and expenses is costing around $1 billion each year in forgone tax revenue.
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17 Nov, 2023 | All articles, Tax, Investments, Rental Properties | View Counts (502)
The Government intends to introduce laws that will require employers to pay SG at the same, or similar time, as they pay employee salary and wages.
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17 Nov, 2023 | All articles, Payroll, Superannuation, Budget Announcements | View Counts (396)
What happens if an employer pays superannuation late?
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17 Nov, 2023 | All articles, Superannuation | View Counts (442)
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