May 2016 Newsletter

          Current as of May 2016 [vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″] BUDGET MEASURES FOR SMALL BUSINESSES The Federal Budget was handed down on 3 May. A few days later, the Prime Minister confirmed that we would be heading to a 2 July election, leaving us with a caretaker government until then. In short, this leaves a high degree of … Read More

What does the budget mean for superannuation?

Current as of May 2016   It has been a fortnight since the 2016 Federal Budget was delivered by the Turnbull government and unlike previous years, there were many proposed changes to superannuation. With such significant superannuation reforms in an election year, there is a lot of water to go under the bridge until they actually become law, however this … Read More

Tax Planning Special – Urgent Strategies To Be Contemplated Now

Current as of April 2016 SUPER AND STRUCTURING STRATEGIES TO BE DONE NOW It feels like the years are getting shorter, and 30 June is only a couple of months away, so it’s time to start thinking about how you can keep your tax bills to a minimum. There are a couple of reasons that make it worthwhile putting some … Read More

Pre-Budget Planning

Current as of April 2015 SHOULD YOU MAKE YOUR SUPERANNUATION CONTRIBUTIONS BEFORE 12 MAY? The Federal Budget will be handed down on Tuesday 12 May. There are rumours and leaks in the news on a daily basis. Already this year the government have released the 2015 Intergenerational Report and the Rethink tax discussion paper. In the longer term, the current … Read More

The need for budgets and cashflow forecasting

Current as of December 2014 Businesses start and operate better with well-informed advice. Do you have a live budget and cashflow forecast? Do you know your business’ trading position for the next financial year? Budgets give you accurate, up-to-the-minute financial information you need to make the right decisions for your future. They are an essential management tool that plays a … Read More