Taxation

July 2018: Retired and asset rich but cash poor? The pension loans scheme may help

Not every retiree has heard of the government’s Pension Loan Scheme, but it’s about time more people did. And with Tax Time now upon us, we run over some tips for your tax return. An integrity measure that businesses need to keep a close eye on, called Division 7A, is given the once over, as …

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April 2018: New Child Care Package: What every parent needs to know

From 2 July 2018 the new Child Care Subsidy (CCS) is replacing the two current child care payments of Child Care Rebate (CCR) and Child Care Benefit (CCB). The Australian Government is investing an additional $2.5 billion over four years to support the 1.2 million families who use approved child care. The changes are to …

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February 2018: Key Factors for Rescuing a Bad Debt Deduction

For a business owner, the issue of bad debts can be bittersweet — yes you’ve missed out on revenue, but at least there’s some tax relief. We look at the conditions necessary to access such consolation. On another financing matter, we touch on the particular considerations necessary when refinancing a partnership. Property investors have recently …

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