The 3 May Federal Budget announcements proposed several changes to super and tax. Whilst some of these changes were expected, there are additional changes to super that may impact your current strategies and how you plan for your retirement.
The Government has been dishing out plenty of good news for small business owners lately, and are now set to slash tax rates as part of its ‘10 year Enterprise Tax Plan’.
This year’s Federal Budget was largely considered to be a benign event for equity markets. We expect lower than usual trading levels.
ASIC currently holds over 970,000 parcels of unclaimed money. Could some of the $1.2billion they hold be rightfully yours?
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We have summarised the key changes to super that have taken place as at 3 May, along with the further changes coming into effect from 1 July 2017.
Planning for the unexpected as well as the expected is vital fo success, but you don’t know what you don’t know.
Whether it be a query about superannuation, investments, insurance, mortgage or any other financial based questions, get 360Private to check on your financial health.
We have relied on the Team at 360Private for accounting and financial advice for over 30 years. Their sound strategy enabled our investments to perform well even through the Global Financial Crisis and we have benefitted from their knowledge of taxation law and superannuation. On a day to day level, we are always able to get prompt replies to any accounting matters relating to our business and everything is explained in language we can understand, rather than in "accountant speak". Our children now have their own businesses too and they also rely on 360Private.
- Sandra Haese, Director, Haese MathematicsRead more ...