Federal Budget 2015 – Small Business Small businesses with a turnover of less than $2 million have been singled out as one of the major growth engines of the economy. In order to encourage the sector to invest, innovate and create new jobs, small business will receive a 1.5 percentage point tax cut to 28.5 […]
Superannuation The only proposed superannuation change of significance is to extend the maximum life expectancy – from 12 to 24 months – to allow a terminally ill patient access to their superannuation. No other new superannuation measures were announced in this year’s Budget, in line with the Government’s 2013 election commitment to not make changes […]
‘ Google and Netflix tax ’ In a move designed to stop profit shifting and tax avoidance by large multinational companies such as Google, the Australian Taxation Office has been given more power to recover unpaid taxes and issue additional fines of 100 per cent of those unpaid taxes, plus interest. In addition, foreign companies […]
Investors and retirees The good news for retirees is that the government will continue to index the age pension to wages, not inflation. It has also repeated its pledge not to make any changes to superannuation in this term of government and has maintained its hands-off approach to negative gearing, dividend imputation and capital gains […]
Families As previously announced, the government’s new .5 billion childcare reforms are not due to come into force until 2017-18, when the budget deficit is forecast to be substantially reduced. The move is designed to get more families to increase their working hours and is targeted at families earning less than 0,000. The bulk of […]
Federal Budget 2015 After criticism that his first Federal Budget was too tough and unfair, Treasurer Joe Hockey has used his second budget to restore the confidence of ordinary Australians and shift the focus to jobs, growth and opportunity. Gone is the talk of a budget emergency. Instead, the Coalition government has unveiled nearly $10 […]
Finances are not always straight forward. Depending upon your financial personality and your personal situation, your first whiff of your own cash most likely went one of two ways: you were either overcome with a sense of freedom and extravagance and blew it all in one hit OR you became Scrooge and stocked it all away. Ok, so perhaps it was somewhere in between, but you get the drift!
Shedding a few kilos and getting fit are popular New Year’s resolutions, but along with improving your health why not resolve to boost your wealth in 2015? The best way to do that is to have a clear picture about what you want to achieve. Perhaps you want to buy a new car, save a […]
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