taxation updates

Re: think – Tax Discussion Paper

Tax reform is now a key part of the Government’s policy agenda With the changes of the world economy in recent decades, tax reform is now a key part of the Government’s policy agenda. Treasurer, Joe Hockey, released a tax discussion paper, called ‘Re: think’ on 30th March. What is re:think? Re:think is an invitation for …

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Key Taxation Compliance Dates

For help to meet your taxation and reporting dates, call Wen Wen on (02) 9871 3429, chartered accountants serving Epping, Parramatta, & Sydney Hills District: 21 April – March 2014 monthly activity statement – due date for lodging and paying. 15 May – 2013 income tax returns for all other entities that did not have …

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Taxation Updates: Concessional Contributions To Superannuation

What are concessional contributions? Superannuation contributions can be divided into two types — concessional (before-tax) and non-concessional (after-tax). Each type of super contribution is subject to a contributions cap. A contributions cap sets a limit on the amount of contributions you can make in any one year. Concessional contributions include: employer contributions (including contributions made …

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Tax Tips for 2013 Financial Year:

Your accountant can help you legally maximise your tax return Here are some changes you may want to keep in mind: Changes to the tax-free threshold for low-income earners From 1 July 2012, the tax-free threshold increased to $18,200, and the low-income tax offset reduced to $445. A low-income earner’s effective tax-free threshold is now …

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