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Tax Planning 2013

It’s that time of year again where a little time spent on planning your tax obligations will not only save you money but will also take away the stress of trying to find the money to pay your …

The Federal Budget 2013

On the 14th of May the Federal Government handed down its keenly anticipated Budget, which had few surprises in store for self managed super funds (SMSFs), reaffirming the superannuation changes they announced on 5 April 2013. Superannuation changes Firstly, in light …

Property Values To Remain Subdued

This may sound strange that someone who has many investment properties would want property values to remain subdued.   Well, let me put to you a counter argument to the normal rhetoric for property growth. In a down …

WOW That’s Super

There has been spectacular growth in Self-Managed Super Funds over the last 19 years and there is nothing in the recent announcements made by the federal government  that will  change this phenomena . Australians with more than $2 …

Navigating Land Tax With Ken Raiss

Ken Raiss considers some of the traps and pitfalls of land tax, offering suggestions on how to minimise this state-based tax. Aidan Devine   What is land tax? Who should pay it? And can I reduce this major property cost …

Minimizing Tax Through Tax Planning

  SMALL BUSINESSES Tax planning is organizing and planning your affairs to minimize your taxes legally and planning for it.   March to April is a great time to sit with your Chan & Naylor Manager or Partner …


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