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Following its release of step-by-step instructions for business owners looking to apply for JobKeeper Payment, the Tax Office has now published guidance for sole traders and businesses that operate in the form of a company, trust or partnership.Sole traders and some other entities (such as...

We want to make sure you are aware of the changes in the minimum pension rules recently introduced because of COVID19.Providing support for retireesTo assist retirees to manage the impact of volatility in financial markets on their retirement savings the Government is temporarily reducing...

Provides up to $100,000 back to small and medium-sized businesses, with a minimum payment of $20,000 for eligible businesses. The payments will provide cash flow support to businesses with a turnover of less than $50 million and not-for-profit entities that employ staff.  The payment will...

As the silly season is upon us once again it is probably appropriate to provide some reminders as to the tax consequences of making gifts to and holding Christmas parties for your employees. On Premise Parties If the party is held on business premises, on a normal...

While anxiety and stress are quite often inevitable, it can take a severe toll on the state of your mental health and quality of life if not handled properly.In Australia, 1 in 4 people are affected by anxiety, making it more common than some may...

Using a discretionary trust enables income to be distributed to companies and trusts associated with family members. A discretionary trust enables income with different tax characteristics to be streamed to family members individually. The structure can also be applied to non-family beneficiaries....

Positive gearing lets you make a profit on your investment from day one. Provided there is no capital loss, this can be a great way to make money. Problem is: everyone else has thought of that, too. Positive gearing a decent property investment is hard....

There are two ways to think about the price of anything. The first is the number of dollars it would cost to purchase that thing. The second is to think about what else we could spend our money on. This is called ‘opportunity cost’ and...

A discretionary trust is also known as a family trust. This is significant because the beneficiaries are all, or predominantly, members of the same family. The name ‘discretionary trust’ is derived from the role performed by the trustee....

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