In the lead-up to 30 June 2018, we want you to be aware of new opportunities to save tax with super contributions.

With the end of financial year approaching quickly, NOW is the time to discuss with us the actions you can take before 30 June to reduce your tax and grow your wealth.

TAX PLANNING Tax planning is an important activity that should be done throughout the year, to not only ensure that you are aware of (and prepared for) your financial obligations, or if you need a business loan warrenton mo for next year, but also to ensure that you are not paying any more tax than you have to! How you ever stopped to think about what you could do with

In one of the most dramatic changes to property depreciation legislation in more than 15 years, Parliament has passed the Treasury Laws Amendment (Housing Tax Integrity) Bill 2017 as at Wednesday 15th November 2017 and the Bill is now legislation.

Radical and substantial superannuation changes take effect from 1 July 2017, meaning time is running out to make the most of this very effective tax minimisation strategy.

The Treasurer has presented the Federal Budget proposals for 2017 to Parliament, and the Business Wise team have been busy breaking it down. In this article are the key changes that we feel may affect a large number of our clients.

How are we planning to use taxes this year? The citizens have a right to a straight answer to this question. Thankfully, we have a plan that we wish to breakdown here today. The most important part of our tax allocation for the year comes in the form of constructions to benefit the city. A few new apartment and housing complexes are to be built. Additionally, with the help of

In a ground breaking win for property developers, a recent NSW Court of Appeal decision found that land held for future development but used for grazing, can be exempt from land tax.

Here are some common misconceptions about deductions that many taxpayers commonly believe to be claimable, but are typically rejected by the Tax Office. While some are obviously not allowable, others may surprise – and all been genuinely been attempted to be claimed!

For income years commencing on or after 1 July 2016, the Government will allow all primary producers to immediately deduct capital expenditure on fencing and water facilities, such as dams, tanks, bores, irrigation channels, pumps, water towers and windmills. In addition, the Government will also allow primary producers to depreciate over three years all capital expenditure on fodder storage assets, such as silos and tanks, used to store grain and