The following case is a true story. It goes to prove that simply signing your tax return and not disclosing ALL related income could result in enormous penalties and extra tax. Mr Gu disclosed $20,800 in salary and wages in his 2013 tax return.
The final in our series on the changes to superannuation now focuses on the “catch up provisions” that come into effect from 1 July 2017, but can only really be accessed from 1 July 2018. The catch up provisions allow individuals that meet certain
The State budget was delivered on Tuesday 20th June 2017. While there are a number of initiatives, changes to stamp duty may be beneficial for persons considering selling their property or those trying to enter the property market. Stamp Duty
Continuing on the series on superannuation, it is now worth considering whether people who currently salary sacrifice superannuation should consider alternative arrangements from 1 July 2017. From 1 July 2017 all Australians are able to contribute