Australian investors must closely examine their structuring into US property
For those businesses nominating for Technology Fast 50, the challenge is more about moving beyond the start-up phase where cash is burned and revenue limited. Getting cash into the business is king! Once in growth phase, tax losses are likely to be carried forward to shelter some scaling of revenue and profitability, which is a natural outcome of the tax system.
An individual with a super balance of more than $1.6 million will no longer be eligible to make non-concessional contributions.
A common concern for businesses is how to efficiently finance innovation programs
Stricter lending standards have been a common theme imposed upon Australia’s big four banks. A fear that a large number of new apartment buyers may not be able to settle on purchases made off the plan has led to the tightening of loan-to-value ratio requirements.
We discuss the changes proposed for superannuation on Budget night 2016.
You may have heard the recent announcement that many large private companies are warmly welcoming – new legislation prohibiting the disclosure of certain private company tax information received Royal Assent on 12 November 2015. What does this mean for your business, and what do you need to know?
The blackest hat in Australia’s tax reform debate is worn by negative gearing. Yet negative gearing isn’t evil, and it isn’t a loophole in the tax system.
“Borne out of the 1985 Draft White Paper produced by the Hawke/Keating Government, the taxation of capital gains was introduced primarily for equity reasons and to improve economic efficiency.”
“Nobody wants unexpected surprises in their personal finances at tax time. These simple tips you could contribute to a smoother, easy transition into FY16.”