We do not have space to detail all the changes. There are plenty of good articles out there already if you are interested. Today we focus on how big changes impact GP, ie the new: lower concessional contribution caps of $25,000 a year irrespective of age for everyone, from 1 July 2017 a lifetime non-concessional
In this newsletter we discuss: Background to the super strategies edition Super and tax How much super can be paid every year? Contribution limits Superannuation awareness required! Super is the best way to hold your life insurance Super is the best way to pay off your home loan Borrowing to pay deductible super contributions for
In this newsletter we discuss: How much does non-deductible debt cost? What about credit card debts? What is the equivalent pre-tax cost of non-deductible interest? Common client presentations: extracts from recent advices to doctors A Big Bang: let’s make something from nothing Turn your credit card debt into an extra $140,000 of super Simple change,
In this newsletter we discuss: Have homes been good investments for doctors? Why are prices rising so fast? Will this trend continue? How have our clients gone investing in their homes?/li> Should you own a home? What do doctors ask us? What are the advantages of home ownership? What are the disadvantages of home ownership?
In this newsletter we discuss: Should you fix interest rate Primary Health Care payments may be taxable as ordinary income Surgery premises Client meetings: it’s all good and you do not need to do anything! Or do you? Elder abuse Should you sell your home? Practice valuations? Have you received poor financial advice? Problems with
In this newsletter, we discuss the following: What should you be doing now? New budget developments: $20,000 write off of depreciable plant and equipment Pay your super now (don’t wait until the last minute) Trust distribution minutes must be done before 30 June Have you suffered from poor financial advice? Free SMSF set-ups Do you