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  • December 2016 / January 2017 Client Alert

      Our Monthly Client Alerts feature the latest in Tax News, Views and Clues.   Click here to download the December 2016 / January 2017 Issue:

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  • November 2016 Client Alert

      Our Monthly Client Alerts feature the latest in Tax News, Views and Clues.   Click here to download the November 2016 Issue:

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  • SuperStream Compliance Deadline Approaching

    In June this year, The Australian Taxation Office announced that the deadline for small businesses to get SuperStream compliant has been extended to October 28, 2016. With the original deadline set at 30 June, over 450,000 businesses have already ensured that they are compliant with …

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  • NEWS FLASH: Proposed Lifetime Cap on Non-Concessional Contributions Scrapped

    On 15th September 2016 it was announced that the $500,000 lifetime cap on non concessional contributions proposed in the 2016 budget will be scrapped. The replacement policy introduces an annual cap of $100k which will take effect from 1st July 2017. If you are aged …

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  • October 2016 Client Alert

      Our Monthly Client Alerts feature the latest in Tax News, Views and Clues.   Click here to download the October 2016 Issue:

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  • September 2016 Client Alert

      Our Monthly Client Alerts feature the latest in Tax News, Views and Clues.   Click here to download the September 2016 Issue:

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  • August 2016 Client Alert

      Our Monthly Client Alerts feature the latest in Tax News, Views and Clues.   Click here to download the August 2016 Issue:

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  • 2016 Federal Budget Announced

    Last night, the treasurer unveiled the 2016-17 budget. Here, we take a look at the highlights and summarise what some of the changes mean for you. For full details, click here. PERSONAL TAXATION Personal tax rates: small tax cut from 1 July 2016 From 1 …

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  • It’s Land Tax time!

    It’s that time of year where land tax assessments issue, so here are a few important points. Did you buy or sell property in 2015? Or change address? Make sure you update your local state tax authority to avoid getting an incorrect assessment. As of …

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  • 2 September 2015 – GST on Imports purchases online

    2 September 2015 – GST on Imports purchases online The $1,000 low value threshold on imports will be scrapped from 1 July 2017, with the GST system broadened to apply to all goods purchased online and imported from overseas. The State and Territory Treasurers have …

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