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Small business entities (SBE’s) – businesses with annual turnover of under $2 million - have access to a range of concessions which not only help reduce their taxable income but are also designed to make tax administration easier. Dr Adrian Raftery, a senior lecturer at Deakin University and author of 101 Ways to Save Money on Your Tax - Legally! 2014-2015 edition (Wrightbooks, June 2014, AU$24.95), gives some excellent tips for small business owners to action and minimise your business’ tax bill this year.
Tax expert Adrian Raftery has released his latest edition of 101 ways to save money on your tax – legally to help you minimise your tax debt while maximising your return. Raftery is one of the youngest Australian accountants to advance to Fellowship with the Institute of Chartered Accountants, at the age of 33. He is a senior lecturer at Deakin University and appears in the media talking about all matters relating to tax and finance.
Fears of an emerging systemic risk in the self-managed super funds sector — home for more than $530 billion in Australian retirement savings and the ­nation’s fastest-growing nest egg — have promoted a call for a radical overhaul of the supervision of the SMSF sector.

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The one millionth Australian has become a member of a self-managed superannuation fund according to Australian Taxation Office (ATO) statistics to be released later this month.
Trustees of self-managed superannuation funds (SMSF) may have caught their breath this week when they read that the Australian Taxation Office had its eye on capital gains that were going tax-free once members moved into the pension phase.
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