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In this months DC News we look into what it means
to register a business name, how long the registrations
last and how to manage your registrations as well as some
services that may interest some of our clients such as
EmploySure and QuickFee.
How do I know if I need to pay FBT? What is exempt from FBT?
And what to be aware of from 1 April 2016.
The FBT rate increases from 47% to 49% from 1 April 2016.
Employers need to take this new rate into account with current
or new salary packages with employees.
On Tuesday, 3 May 2016, the Federal Treasurer, Scott Morrison,
revealed his first Federal Budget. The Budget announcements
include some major superannuation tax changes, and other
measures which impact individual income tax, small
businesses, and corporate taxation.
Another financial year is about to finish! As a business owner,
there are many obligations that you need to consider and action
just before and just after 30 June. Some of these will help to
minimise your tax. We have outlined these action points below
to assist you.
As the financial year draws to a close there are four key things all taxpayers should consider NOW.
1. Establish a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) How to make it your family’s wealth VAULT and legally pay NIL tax at retirement.
2. Debt Optimisation – Pay off your home loan sooner, minimise nondeductible interest and maximise your tax deductions for investments.
3. Trust Distribution Resolutions needed BEFORE 30 June 2016 or pay up to 49% tax on trust profits.
4. General tax planning strategies Key items that mean $ in your pocket