27 March, 2019

Getting Help With A Financial Services Complaint

Do you need help resolving a problem with a bank, credit provider or superannuation fund? In a timely move following the royal commission into the banking, superannuation and financial services […]
24 March, 2019

Three Common CGT Obstacles For Homeowners

Many homeowners are not aware that the “main residence” rules exempting the family home from capital gains tax (CGT) are in fact quite complex and contain many traps. Here we […]
1 December, 2018

Bitcoin: Personal Investors

There has been plenty of press coverage on bitcoin, but what are the tax consequences if you decide to join the craze? Here we examine the tax effects if you […]
12 November, 2018

Tax Consequences Of Compensation For Dodgy Advice

The Royal Commission into misconduct in the banking, superannuation and financial services industry has revealed some major deficiencies in terms of financial advice provided to consumers. Even though the Commission […]
19 September, 2018

Cash Payments Limit Coming Soon

As a part of the crackdown on black economy, the Government is planning to introduce an economy-wide cash payment limit of $10,000. Any payments made to businesses for goods and […]
19 September, 2018

Beware of Clothing Deductions this Tax Time

If you have previously claimed work-related clothing expenses and laundry expenses in your tax return, you should beware this tax time because the ATO is cracking down on these claims. […]
18 September, 2018

Taxable SMSF Assets Double: Is Your Fund Affected?

It’s been a little over a year since the dual changes of the pension transfer balance cap and the reduction of tax concessions for transition to retirement pensions were implemented […]
18 September, 2018

Small Business Tax Concessions

You may have heard all about the small business tax concessions, but do you know how you qualify for them and whether you’re making the most of the tax concessions […]
18 September, 2018

It Follows: Higher Education Debt

It might seem like a horror movie cliché, a monster that follows you wherever you go, but did you know that your higher education debts under the Higher Education Loan […]
17 September, 2018

Foreign Income and the ATO

Before you head off overseas to work or start a business, you should consider the Australian residency tests. Leaving Australia for a period of time doesn’t mean that your Australian […]