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With dramatic changes to superannuation just 10 weeks away, family trusts are becoming more popular as the "next best" investment vehicle for those who have more to invest than the new super rules will allow. Financial advisers note a marked increase in clients wanting to set one up, either dismayed by how little they'll be able to get into super after July 1 or fed up with government changes to retirement savings.
The new year is a great time to get serious about your finances according to Deakin University’s financial planning Associate Professor Adrian Raftery.
Businesses should review their obligations for compulsory superannuation contributions or potentially suffer the consequences, say experts, as a spotlight is shone on the $3.6 billion of unpaid super across the nation.
TAX time ends one week from today and people yet to lodge their return are being urged to act now to avoid hefty penalties and interest charges.
THEY say there are only two certainties in life — deaths and taxes. But when it comes to tax time, some things may be less certain and you can’t always bank on a refund.
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  • "Hi, my wife and I have a SMSF and hold physical gold in the name of the super in a safe at home. Can I put in a CCTV system around the house for the security of the gold and claim the cost of the..."

    By: Wael at Feb 17, 2018 3:18AM

    Post: Foreign currency trading

  • "Hi, I have two properties, one is my home without mortgage and another is rental property has $300k mortgage. If I sell my home for $500k, and I used the money to buy shares, I move into my rental..."

    By: Tim Wong at Feb 05, 2018 9:30AM

    Post: Borrowing to buy shares

  • "Hi- I have been using a hire car for work purposes only as I do no have a car and I do not use it for private use. My employer does not give a car allowance but specify that travel is required as..."

    By: jodie at Feb 01, 2018 1:20AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses

  • "Hi mr taxman As I have not been over here in wa long and keep being told claim this claim that I would like to know what I can claim ok so I’m full time employed as a carpenter and need to carry..."

    By: Chris at Jan 30, 2018 10:15PM

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  • "I had a contract to work at a mine site some 1100ks from my house in Cairns for 6 months. Contract required me to live local. I worked 9 days on 5 off. Can I claim any milage for travel between the..."

    By: Mark at Jan 26, 2018 2:43AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses