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Chances are, if you have had more than one job, you will most likely have multiple super accounts. Having multiple super accounts means more fees and less savings. Consolidating all your super accounts into one account can help you to keep track of your super, reduce unnecessary paperwork, and most importantly, save on costs. The first step in consolidating your super is selecting a fund to move all of your super savings into. When comparing funds, consider funds with lower fees; suitable investment options; extra benefits; funds which have performed well over the last 5 years; and provide appropriate insurance […]
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Australians set to hit by ‘bracket creep’
Posted on April 7, 2015 by editor
The government’s tax white paper has revealed that in the next twelve months the average Australian will be pushed into the second highest tax bracket. As average wages become higher due to inflation, but do not actually rise in real terms, many taxpayers will be pushed up into a higher tax bracket. This phenomenon is known as bracket creep. Currently, the average Australian wage is around $75 000, meaning that a majority of the population sits in the third highest tax bracket ($3572 plus 32.5c for every dollar over $32 000. However, by 2016-17 the average wage will be around […]
Treasurer Joe Hockey has announced that he has requested the Tax Commissioner ramp up his efforts to prevent multinational corporations from generating profits in Australia before moving them offshore to avoid tax responsibilities. Tax evasion tactics by multinational corporations have been an ongoing problem in Australia. There has recently been a renewed interest in the issue as revelations about the negligible Australian tax paid by high profile companies, such as Google and Apple, have come to the fore. The plan to tackle this issue includes reinforcing Australia’s capitalisation rules, collaborating with other countries and strengthening communication between the government and […]
The amount of tax an individual pays on their super contributions depends on whether the contributions were made before or after they paid income tax; they have exceeded the super contributions cap or they are a very high-income earner. Before-tax super contributions Concessional (before-tax) super contributions are taxed at 15 per cent. They include employer contributions; contributions that are allowed as an income tax deduction and notional taxed contributions if you are a member of a defined benefit fund. After-tax super contributions Non-concessional (after-tax) super contributions are not subject to tax. They include contributions you or your employer make from […]
Superannuation can often form a significant part of an individual’s wealth. Therefore, the transfer of such an asset upon their death can potentially cause dispute among the deceased’s family and potentially others. Unlike assets owned in an individual’s personal name, superannuation does not form a part of their estate when they pass away. Instead, it can pass directly to a beneficiary rather than via a Will. However, this depends on who the beneficiary is and how the nomination was made. Under superannuation laws, a nominated beneficiary must fall within at least one of the following categories of dependants: Spouse (includes […]