In This Edition:
The small business CGT concessions can be extremely valuable, but sometimes the complexity of the details can be confusing. We clear up some of the more obscure factors.
The rules around LRBAs for SMSF trustees have been fiddled with again, and necessitate (again) a look at the fine print. There is also a new statistical report on SMSFs that trustees should be glad to read.
Also dealt with are the differences between investment returns being on revenue or capital account, and what to do if you need to lodge your next tax return early.
Please contact us for clarification, or further advice, regarding any of the topics covered in this newsletter.
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Tax time is now here!
The new financial year is now upon us, which means it is personal tax return time!
G J Barnett and Associates have got a variety of ways to help you get your tax done.
You can book a face-to-face meeting with one of our accountants to talk through your tax matters.
To save you more time, you can communicate with us by phone, email or through our secure electronic portal and we can work with you to finalise your tax without you even needing to visit the office if you want. Either way is fine.
We have your history on file and access to a range of deduction finders for each profession that we can provide to you to help you work out your deductions in advance.
We're always looking for better ways to help you deal with your tax issues and maximise your returns.
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Disclaimer: All information provided in this newsletter is of a general nature only and is not personal financial or investment advice. Also, changes in legislation may occur frequently. We recommend that our formal advice be obtained before acting on the basis of this information.