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April 2022 Round Up – Can a beneficiary disclaim an entitlement to a trust distribution?

The Government is in caretaker mode pending the Federal Election…but that doesn’t mean nothing is happening. The High Court decision in Carter & Ors was a win for the ATO in a case exploring whether beneficiaries can disclaim their entitlement to trust distributions. And, in the London case, a taxpayer has been allowed to claim …

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Six End of Financial Year tax tips for small business and soloists

Poor planning is one of the killers of small business. One big item that many small business operators fail to plan for is TAX, writes Sharon Williams, founder Taurus Marketing. Unfortunately, the better you do, the more you pay. The country has to run and we as small business owners contribute much to keep the …

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Queensland Small Business Grant – Updated May 2022

Are you a Queensland business wanting to build a new website or promote your business online? The Queensland government just made it easier for you. QLD businesses can now apply for business grants up to $5,000 (Excl. GST) under the Business Basics Grants Program, and use it towards website design and development, as well as SEO …

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Investing In Property vs. Shares:Pros and Cons

The time has come: you’re ready to begin growing your wealth and now you have to decide whether you should invest in a concrete asset like property or embrace the flexibility of shares. Sound familiar? Don’t worry, we’re here to help. That’s exactly why we created this guide on the pros and cons of investing …

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Your Financial Advisor vs Your Loved Ones Whose Advice Is Better?

Picture this:  you’re sitting around the table with your friends and family at your weekly Saturday barbeque when someone starts to talk about how well their investment portfolio is doing or how they’re this close to putting down the deposit on their first home. You start to worry about your own progress on your financial …

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6 Steps To Break The Rent Cycle and Land Your Dream Home

Breaking the rent cycle and saving enough to purchase a home of their very own is a financial goal on the agenda of many everyday Australians. But with housing prices steadily increasing across Australia’s major cities, achieving that dream can begin to feel impossible. But, it doesn’t have to. In fact, this 6-step guide is …

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Keeping Centrelink Updated: Dos and Don’ts

When it comes to the world of Centrelink payments, it can be hard to know what the best practice is for ensuring you’re still on track to achieving financial success while making sure you’re meeting all of your obligations. That’s why, to help you understand when and what you should be keeping Centrelink updated about …

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Three Tax Tips Must Know When Trading Crypto

Under Corporation Act 2001 (Cth), Cryptocurrency is categorised as a financial product. If you’ve bought, sold, or traded any goods in cryptocurrency you have a tax obligation to retain the record. Cryptocurrencies are also known as virtual currencies or digital currencies. There are many different types of cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin, Tether, Ether, and so …

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Are your contractors really employees?

Many business owners assume that if they hire independent contractors they will not be responsible for PAYG withholding, superannuation guarantee, payroll tax and workers compensation obligations. However, each set of rules operates a bit differently and in some cases genuine contractors can be treated as if they were employees. Also, correctly classifying the employment relationship …

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Questions to Ask yourself

6 Questions to ask yourself before buying an investment property

Australia is navigating a pandemic. The Reserve bank keeps interest rates at a record low and ends stimulus as the Australian economy recovers. Inflation surges as housing and fuel lift the consumer price index. Naturally, you may be asking yourself, ‘Should I be investing in the property market?’ Everyone has different reasons for getting into …

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