June 30 Tax Tips 2018

BUSINESS TIPS. Business Income and Expenses... Consider strategies to defer income until after 30 June or bring expenses forward into June, especially if you expect lower income for next year. Ensure that your tax deductions are allowable: Bad debts must be written off before 30 June Super contributions must be paid before 30 June and [...]

June 30 Superannuation Tips 2018

With the end of the financial year fast approaching, now is the perfect time to ensure your superannuation strategies are in place before 30 June. Contribution caps Before the end of the financial year you should: Review if you have any income available to contribute to your fund; and Review your total contributions to ensure [...]

Sustainable Investing – ESG explained…

Environmental, social and governance - ESG - refers to the three central factors in measuring the sustainability and ethical impact of an investment in a company or business. These criteria help to better determine the future financial performance of companies (return and risk). ESG concerns are vast, and the list below represents the core areas [...]

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2018 Budget Snapshot

On Tuesday 8 May, the government handed down its Budget for the 2018–19 year, which is likely to be the final Budget before the next federal election. It’s therefore hardly surprising that the Coalition promised to deliver a suite of tax cuts for individuals at various income levels, as well as a range of incentives [...]

New small business stamp duty exemption

You may be exempt from paying stamp duty on some insurances. The NSW Government has created a new small business stamp duty exemption for eligible insurance acquired on or after 1 January 2018. In order to get the benefit of the exemption, you must: be an eligible small business; and, provide a Declaration to your [...]