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Be Informed - Latest Newsletter Out Now

Written by: Bryony on Wednesday, 19 October 2016

In this edition, we've brought you articles covering a number of topics, including how to avoid an R&D claim review, access private equity opportunities, and plan for a comfortable retirement. And with further changes to the superannuation policy, we've reviewed and summarised the latest changes to see what's still on the table, and what's not. Our experts have also looked at what you need to be aware of with increased scrutiny around the tax treatment on property transactions, and SMSFs with related party borrowings.

We hope you enjoy this edition of Be Informed.  As always, we appreciate your thoughts, if you have any feedback on this newsletter or our services please let us know.

 

 

Superannuation changes... again

With further changes to superannuation policy recently announced, we've prepared a summary of what's currently still on the table, and what's out.

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5 tips to avoid an R&D claim review by AusIndustry

R&D tax incentive claim reviews can be both timely and costly. Take a look at our top 5 tips to avoid review.

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Accessing Private Equity

Recent AVCAL research shows that private equity firms are cashed up and ready to invest, providing opportunities for middle-market businesses.

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How much super will I need to retire?

Recent research reveals that few Australians have enough super to retire. How much do you really need? 

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Property investors impacted by ATO crackdown on developers mistreating profits

The tax treatment on the sale of real property is on the ATO's radar, particularly for property developers.

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SMSFs with related party borrowings under ATO scrutiny

The ATO has announced that SMSF related party borrowings may be subject to income tax review.

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