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22
Sep

Company Tax Cut To Potentially Slash Value From Franking Credits

The Federal Budget released in May included a reduction in the company tax rate from 30 to 25 percent.  The tax cut will be phased in slowly over the next decade, commencing with a fall to 27.5% for small businesses (as determined by a turnover threshold). 

22
Sep

Important Changes To Stamp Duty And Land Tax Surcharges For Foreign Investors

Over the past year, many Australian states have seen an increase in surcharges for foreign investors.  The first round of foreign persons duty and land tax surcharges were introduced in the Victorian Government’s 2015 state budget.

22
Sep

Government Announces Key Changes To Proposed Superannuation Reforms

The Turnbull Government recently announced a U-turn on its proposal to introduce a $500,000 lifetime non-concessional contributions cap on superannuation.  In order to recover the cost of scrapping the lifetime cap, the Government has proposed a number of changes to its super package announced in the Federal Budget.

16
Sep

Government About Face On Lifetime Super Cap

The Turnbull Government announced on Thursday a U-turn in respect of the budget announcement proposing a $500,000 lifetime non-concessional contributions cap on superannuation.

29
Aug

SMSF Rules: Understanding In-House Assets

One of the central reasons for establishing a Self Managed Superannuation Fund (“SMSF”) is the flexibility they provide to their members. Investing through a SMSF allows access to a greater spectrum of asset classes, such as direct property, unlisted private companies and trusts, collectables and more.

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