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SMSF member obligations

A recent Administrative Appeals Tribunal decision reminds us all that SMSF trustees (members) can be disqualified where serious breaches, be they advertent or inadvertent, of the super rules are committed. One of the ways the ATO deal with non-compliance is by...

Optus data breach

Following a recent cyber-attack, Optus customers are advised they could be at risk of identity theft. While Optus has not yet revealed how many of its 9.7million customers were impacted, they did confirm that the number was “significant”. Importantly, the breach has...

Director identification numbers…time is running out

All existing directors of a company, registered Australian body, registered foreign company, or a director of corporate trustees of an SMSF are required to apply for a director identification number (director ID) by 30 November 2022…so act now! If you are a director...

ATO issues reminder about hardship requests

The ATO has reminded superannuation members that severe financial hardship does not meet the grounds for compassionate release. This reminder comes as the ATO continues to receive calls from people experiencing severe financial hardship or wanting to access their...

Tax and Property Price Increases

With residential property values on a sharp upward trajectory, from a tax standpoint, what does this mean for owners and investors of this style of dwelling? Introduction Domain's End of Year Wrap revealed that in 2021, Australian house prices rose an astonishing...

Inheriting rental properties jointly A dilemma?

Imagine you’re lucky enough to inherit, say, four post-CGT rental properties from a deceased parent – but what happens when your sibling also inherits a half-share of these? While you both acquire a very valuable 50% interest across four properties, it’s safe to say...

Home as a place of business during COVID: CGT implications

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more employees working from home than ever before. This, in turn, has resulted in such people being able to claim a range of deductions for various “running expenses” associated with working from home. These expenses include...

Christmas and the Taxman

When do employee gifts and celebrations attract fringe benefits tax (FBT)? And when are they exempt? Christmas is traditionally a time of giving – including employers showing gratitude towards staff for a job well done. However, Christmas parties and gifts can attract...

Capital works deductions for rental property

Rental property investors can claim capital works deductions for construction costs for a rental property, however there are limits imposed in relation to the dates such works were completed. The deductions are only available on residential properties if these were...

Renting out part or all of your home

Generally, if you rent out part or all of your home, the rent money you receive is assessable. This means that you must declare your rental income in your income tax return, but you can also claim deductions for any associated expenses. However, be warned. If you rent...
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SMSF member obligations

A recent Administrative Appeals Tribunal decision reminds us all that SMSF trustees (members) can be disqualified where serious breaches, be...
Read More
Latest News

Optus data breach

Following a recent cyber-attack, Optus customers are advised they could be at risk of identity theft. While Optus has not...
Read More
Latest News

Director identification numbers…time is running out

All existing directors of a company, registered Australian body, registered foreign company, or a director of corporate trustees of an...
Read More
Superannuation

ATO issues reminder about hardship requests

The ATO has reminded superannuation members that severe financial hardship does not meet the grounds for compassionate release. This reminder...
Read More
Taxation

Tax and Property Price Increases

With residential property values on a sharp upward trajectory, from a tax standpoint, what does this mean for owners and...
Read More
Latest News Taxation

Inheriting rental properties jointly A dilemma?

Imagine you’re lucky enough to inherit, say, four post-CGT rental properties from a deceased parent – but what happens when...
Read More
Business Latest News Taxation

Home as a place of business during COVID: CGT implications

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more employees working from home than ever before. This, in turn, has resulted in...
Read More
Business Latest News Taxation

Christmas and the Taxman

When do employee gifts and celebrations attract fringe benefits tax (FBT)? And when are they exempt? Christmas is traditionally a...
Read More
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