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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.


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.


5 Ways CFOs Can Unlock The True Value Of Tax

Today’s CFO is responsible for many things – increasing profitability, improving operating efficiency, tightening the cost structure and developing analytical tools for risk management and decision making.  Tax can play an important role in all of these things, however it is often overlooked or underutilised.


A Re-Cap On Small Business Depreciation Rules

The Small Business Simplified Depreciation (“SBSD”) rules allow small business entities (classified as having an aggregated annual turnover of less than $2 million) to simplify the way they approach depreciation on their business assets.  While the rules are nothing new, there are a number of important issues to be aware...


Budget Changes To End Wine Tax Exploitation

In the 2016 budget, the government announced much awaited reforms to the WET producer rebate.  This should be welcomed by the wine industry, especially smaller wine producers who have aggressively pushed for changes over the past two years.