In November 2021, I was nominated to be a part of Stars of the Border Dance for Cancer, it would be a fun journey to give back to my Albury Wodonga community. I thought it would be a great charity event to be a part of and connect with different people. It was all that and … Read more
Save Tax by using what you already have and need Saving on tax can be as simple as smart planning by utilising expenses that you’re already incurring or going to incur anyway. Having a better than average year, pull expenses into the 2022 Financial year. This also applies if you think sales and profit are … Read more
Save on Tax this year with this Super Strategy! MAXIMISE DEDUCTIBLE SUPER CONTRIBUTIONS The concessional superannuation cap for this financial year is $27,500 for people of all. From 1 July 2021, the general concessional contributions cap is $27,500 for all individuals regardless of age. Do not go over this limit or you will pay more … Read more
We’re excited to introduce Business Edge Advisors! We’ve refreshed our brand with a new look and feel while retaining the same excellent award-winning service. We felt the old branding was not quite shining the light on our full service offering we provided for current and new clients. We are looking forward to continue to providing … Read more
Super guarantee rate increase to 10% On 1 July 2021, the Superannuation Guarantee (SG) rate will rise from 9.5% to 10% – the first rise since 2014. It will then steadily increase each year until it reaches 12% on 1 July 2025. The 0.5% increase does not mean that everyone gets an automatic pay increase, … Read more
Changes from 1 July 2021 will impact on how much money you can contribute to superannuation and how much you can have in your retirement phase superannuation account. In general, your superannuation is either in an accumulation account (when you are building your super), a retirement account (when you meet preservation age and certain conditions … Read more
The changing financial circumstances of many tenants (and landlords) have had a significant impact on many residential tenancy arrangements. The ATO has provided brief guidance on its approach to the most common changes, including: Tenants being unable to pay rent: In these cases the ATO indicates landlords can still claim deductions for rental expenses where tenants … Read more
Employers that have fallen behind with their superannuation guarantee (SG) obligations will have 1to “self-correct” under a new amnesty.
The super guarantee (SG) amnesty is a one-off opportunity to correct past unpaid SG amounts. Employers have a six-month window, until 7 September 2020, to disclose, lodge and pay unpaid SG amounts for their employees.