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22
Jun

Year End Housekeeping: Individuals

As we approach 30 June, it is time to turn your attention to those year end housekeeping matters.  While there is usually a rush to deal with these matters during June, a more strategic and efficient approach is to incorporate these matters into an overall plan for your family matters...

22
Jun

NSW Stamp Duty Changes Ahead

The NSW government has announced a number of changes affecting stamp duty as part of the state budget.  Applying from 1 July 2016, the changes are proposed to help businesses grow by abolishing more than $400 million a year in business tax.

22
Jun

Year End Housekeeping: Business

While there is often a rush to deal with year end housekeeping during June, a more strategic and efficient approach is to incorporate these matters into your regular accounting and business processes, which can also produce tax savings.

22
Jun

2016 National Minimum Wage Increase

The Fair Work Commission recently handed down their decision to increase minimum wages by 2.4% as part of their annual wage review.

30
May

Key Considerations For Your SMSF In The Lead Up To 30 June

The Federal Budget passed down on 3 May 2016 announced major changes to superannuation in terms of concessional and non-concessional contribution limits, the retirement account cap and contribution entitlements (click here to read our full recap of the changes).

30
May

Fraud In The Food Industry

Recently the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) has launched a number of investigations into fraud and corruption in the food and hospitality industry.  These investigations have focussed on ensuring businesses comply with labour laws and employee rights, including applicable awards and working conditions.

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