October 2016 Newsletter

 

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2016 FEDERAL BUDGET SUPERANNUATION REFORMS – THE NEXT STEPS

Last month the government had its first sitting of Parliament since the election and though they released some draft legislation for comment, we expect more changes in the forthcoming months of this superannuation reform journey.

Here is a recap of the latest proposals.

LEASE INCENTIVES – WHICH IS BEST? 

When a lease is up for renewal or when a landlord is looking to entice a new tenant, it’s a common commercial practice for them to offer lease incentives to secure a new tenancy agreement.

Click here to read about which incentive could benefit you the most

BUY-SELL AGREEMENTS – WHAT ARE THEY AND WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

A buy-sell agreement is a legally binding document between the key persons in a business. It acts as a succession planning tool to protect the business interest for each of the key persons in the business, and provides legal certainty for the families or estates of each of the key persons.

Read about the benefits here.

THE S&W TAX AND ACCOUNTING APP

Our new Accounting and Tax app is live and ready to download on your smart phone.

It has a series of tools to keep you organised throughout the year, some helpful calculators to assist you with your finances, up-to-date finance news, blog posts and more…

Download it today!

Apple users, view this newsletter on your phone, then click here.
Android users, view this newsletter on your phone, then click here.

THE S&W CREW

At Stanley & Williamson we have a team of around 25 people. We are fairly sure that you won’t know everyone, so we’d like to start introducing some of them to you.

Name: Cristina Bedmar
Position: Management Accountant
Has been with us for: 3.5 years
Loves: Going back to my hometown of Barcelona to visit my family and eat the best food in the world!
Loathes: People who are in a bad mood
Is passionate about: Travelling and experiencing new cultures – Galapagos blew me away!

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QUOTE

It always seems impossible until it’s done.
Nelson Mandela