Super

18 June 2021
What You Need To Check Before Purchasing Life Insurance
What You Need To Check Before Purchasing Life Insurance
If something unexpected or untoward happens to you or your loved ones, life insurance is financial protection that you don’t want to skimp on. It’s crucial […]
16 June 2021
High School Students Its Time To Get Creative About Tax Super
High School Students, It’s Time To Get Creative About Tax & Super
The ATO’s Tax, Super + You competition is a fun and engaging way for Australian high school students to learn about tax and super, unleash their […]
15 June 2021
Your First Tax Return What You Need To Know
Your First Tax Return: What You Need To Know
Tax return season is quickly approaching for individuals. You may need to begin thinking about the process sooner rather than later to ensure that you have […]
14 June 2021
What Can Engaging A Business Adviser Do For You
What Can Engaging A Business Adviser Do For You?
Feel like your business is stuck in a rut? Unable to solve a problem that you know is going to cost you in the long run?  […]
12 June 2021
When You Cant Afford To Get It Wrong
When You Can’t Afford To Get It Wrong
Every successful business reaches landmark points when important decisions have to be made about expansion, mergers, acquisitions, disposals, and so on. These are critical decisions that […]
9 June 2021
With The End Of Financial Year Approaching Now Is The Perfect Time To Plan Your Businesss Future
With The End Of Financial Year Approaching, Now Is The Perfect Time To Plan Your Business’s Future
With the end of the 2020 financial year rapidly approaching this month, many businesses will be reflecting on how they managed to navigate and meet the […]
8 June 2021
Invested In Cryptocurrencies So Is The ATO – But Not For The Reason You Think
Invested In Cryptocurrencies? So Is The ATO – But Not For The Reason You Think
Cryptocurrency investments are on the ATO’s radar this tax return season, with 100,000 taxpayers to be alerted by the ATO of their tax obligations from their […]
7 June 2021
Getting a Double Deduction for your Super Contributions
Getting a Double Deduction for your Super Contributions?
Each year you are entitled to a tax deduction for a certain amount of superannuation contributions. The tax deduction is available to your employer if they […]
3 June 2021
Downsizer Contributions – What Are They
Downsizer Contributions – What Are They?
If you are aged 65 years or older, you are currently able to make downsizer contributions of up to $300,000 into your superannuation fund from the […]
16 June 2021
High School Students Its Time To Get Creative About Tax Super

High School Students, It’s Time To Get Creative About Tax & Super

The ATO’s Tax, Super + You competition is a fun and engaging way for Australian high school students to learn about tax and super, unleash their […]
7 June 2021
Getting a Double Deduction for your Super Contributions

Getting a Double Deduction for your Super Contributions?

Each year you are entitled to a tax deduction for a certain amount of superannuation contributions. The tax deduction is available to your employer if they […]
3 June 2021
Downsizer Contributions – What Are They

Downsizer Contributions – What Are They?

If you are aged 65 years or older, you are currently able to make downsizer contributions of up to $300,000 into your superannuation fund from the […]
26 May 2021
Removing Superannuations Minimum Income Threshold Limit

Removing Superannuation’s Minimum Income Threshold Limit

From 1 July 2022 employees will no longer need to meet the monthly minimum income threshold of $450 to receive superannuation guarantee payments from their employers […]
18 May 2021
What Does The Non Concessional Cap Increase Mean For You

What Does The Non-Concessional Cap Increase Mean For You?

The Federal Budget dropped on Tuesday, 11 May, with many announced amendments and changes that affected the superannuation and SMSF sectors. Non-concessional contributions increased maximum limits […]
13 May 2021
Gender Inequality in Superannuation

Gender Inequality in Superannuation

Gender gaps can affect superannuation accounts as much as they can affect salary rates. With barriers to entering into fields, lower hourly rates of pay, less […]
5 May 2021
Super For Contractors

Super For Contractors

Contractors who run their own business and sell their services to others have different obligations to their super than what employees in a business may usually […]
26 April 2021
Why Should Your Child Have A Superannuation Fund

Why Should Your Child Have A Superannuation Fund?

It’s likely that you’re already aware that people can put money into their super up until they reach 67 years, and probably already do so yourself. […]
21 April 2021
Retirement Planning Schemes and What They Can Do To Your Super

Retirement Planning Schemes and What They Can Do To Your Super

With a significant number of Australians approaching retirement and looking at the best ways to maximise their retirement assets and income from their super for it, […]