Pre-register for early access to superannuation
Sole Traders who have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis and have seen more then a 20% drop in their income can apply for early release of their superannuation. They can access up to $10,000 of their superannuation in 2019-20 and a further $10,000 in 2020-21. This will be available mid-April 2020. But the question remains, is it a good idea for Sole Traders to access their superannuation? We spoke to 5 experts to get their thoughts.
As June 30 approaches, it’s time to examine your super and the tax-saving strategies available, depending on how much you earn.
The election is just over a week away so under which political party will you be left financially better off?
TAX time can be complex and confusing, resulting in millions of Australians missing out on claiming all the deductions they’re entitled to. Here are 20 tax claims you should think about.
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