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We regularly deal with a broad range of personal and corporate taxation issues and make a point of understanding the individual needs of every client. Whether you need advice on company tax, personal tax effectiveness or indirect taxation including payroll tax and GST, our team will identify the best solutions for you.

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Event-based reporting framework for SMSFs

Posted on October 19, 2018 by admin

The event-based reporting (EBR) framework for self-managed super funds (SMSFs) commenced on 1 July 2018. The initiative allows for the administration of the Transfer balance cap (TBC). Under the EBR framework, you need to report to the ATO, when the first member of your SMSF begins a retirement phase income stream. The SMSF annual return is to be kept separate from the transfer balance account report. The TBAR enables the ATO to record and track an individual’s balance for their TBC and superannuation balance. The ATO does not provide ‘special circumstances’ discretion for contraventions of the TBC which is why […]


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FBT issues that raise ATO attention

Posted on January 24, 2018 by admin

With the FBT year-end just around the corner, it is a good time to review your FBT compliance to avoid raising attention from the Australian Tax Office (ATO). The ATO is currently targeting the following rules for FBT: Motor vehicles Situations where an employer-provided motor vehicle is used or available for private travel for staff. This is a fringe benefit and must be declared on the FBT return (if lodgment is required). However, there are some circumstances where this is exempt; be sure to check before lodgement. Employee contributions The ATO focus on employee contributions that have been paid by […]

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Upcoming deadline for SMSF 2016-17 returns

Posted on May 3, 2018 by admin

Self-managed super fund (SMSF) trustees are reminded that the deadline for their 2016-17 annual return is fast approaching. The extended due date for annual SMSF returns is 30 June 2018. As the due date falls on a Saturday, the ATO is allowing returns to be lodged the next business day, Monday 2 July 2018, without penalty. The extension also applies to reporting the 30 June 2017 value of any retirement phase income stream to the ATO using the transfer balance account report (TBAR). To remain compliant, SMSF trustees are encouraged to ensure they have all the right records and engage […]

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Tax deductions misconceptions

Posted on July 29, 2015 by editor

Wrongly claiming tax deductions can result in heavy penalties from the tax office. Despite this, many Australian taxpayers continue to attempt claiming invalid tax deductions that are rejected by the tax office. While some are not quite so obvious, below are some common misconceptions about deductions that many taxpayers believe. Driver’s licence: While claiming deductions for vehicle expenses such as repairs and servicing is allowed, claiming for the cost of a standard driving licence is not. Vaccinations: Vaccinations against the diseases an employee may be in contact with due to work are not tax deductible Childcare: Claiming deductions on the […]

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Salary sacrificing into your super

Posted on February 18, 2015 by editor

Salary sacrificing part of your income into your superannuation brings about a lot of financial benefits. Employers in Australia are required to contribute the equivalent of 9.5% of an employee’s salary into a nominated superannuation fund. On top of these contributions, employees can request that their employer reduce their salary and direct the additional cash into their superannuation. There are a number of benefit to salary sacrificing into your superannuation: 1. Reduce your tax liability: Superannuation contributions are taxed at the low rate of 15% (or 30% for individuals earning over $300 000). Therefore, by making additional contributions from your […]

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