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Is It Time to Review your Superannuation Strategy?

Superannuation is one of those things many of us tend to “set and forget”. However, staying up to date each year with budgetary, market and industry trends and changes is imperative if you want to maximise the return on your super in the long-run. With the 2016 budget reforms to superannuation starting to come into effect this financial year, on top of the changes announced by the ATO in 2017, now is the ideal time to review your super. Looking

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5 Bookkeeping Mistakes To Avoid This Financial Year

Does this sound familiar? You’ve worked all day and the kids are finally in bed. The dishes are still sitting there; you have a glass of wine in hand and a massive pile of papers in front of you. Just the thought of going through this pile has you reaching for that glass a little more than you should. It’s bookkeeping night. Suddenly, those dishes get done. Bookkeeping is a fundamental part of any successful business, and we all have

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Seven Tips For Investors This End Of Financial Year- Charter Partners In Brisbane

Seven Tips for Investors This End of Financial Year

It’s the end of the financial year. That time of year when you start the process of getting your records in order and gathering receipts before heading to the accountant. Here are some things to consider in order to help you capitalise on tax concessions and other opportunities this financial year. Property 1. Ensure all maintenance jobs are done before July 1st so they can be claimed as deductions for the 17/18 financial year (FY). Keep in mind that repairs

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2018-2019 Tax Review

How The 2018-19 Federal Budget May Affect Your Business

Small businesses around Australia remain relatively unaffected by this year’s Federal Budget. Here is a summary of the primary take-outs that you’ll need to be aware of for this financial year and to assist you in your planning for the 2019-20 financial year. $20,000 asset immediate write-off.   The most beneficial announcement that has some positive flow-on effect for most small businesses, is that the instant asset write-off up to the value of $20,000 has been extended for another financial

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