What does the increase in the super contribution age mean for me?

By Andrew Barlow on 16/10/20 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

The Federal Budget for 2020/21, delivered on 6 October 2020 included surprisingly few changes regarding superannuation. Probably the most noteworthy change is that super funds will now follow you when you change employer, rather than the default state of play being that a new fund is created each time. Please...
Read More >
How will the Federal Budget support Victoria’s Technology industry?

By Jonathon Larosa on 16/10/20 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

Victoria’s technology and startup businesses play a key part in both the State and Federal economy. Victoria has a rich ecosystem of innovative businesses supported by willing investors, world class universities and accelerator programs, and a State government that recognises the importance of tech enterprises to the State’s economy. William...
Read More >
Will we really be “all in this together”? – State versus Federal Budget agendas

By Shane Crockett on 16/10/20 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

On Tuesday 6 October, the Federal Government handed down one of the most eagerly anticipated budgets in recent memory. The Treasurer delivered a budget that was vastly different from a traditional election budget. This business-friendly, big-spending budget is designed to do one thing only – stimulate the post-COVID economy to...
Read More >
Federal Budget 2020: five key focuses for SME business

By William Buck on 16/10/20 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

Last night, the Federal Government announced more than $30 billion in tax cuts for business as part of its 2020 Federal Budget. Two initiatives, an extension of the instant asset write-off and the new ‘Loss Carry Back’ will assist businesses, encouraging them to invest as we emerge from the pandemic....
Read More >
Canberra announces huge reforms to insolvency laws – here’s what we expect

By William Buck on 16/10/20 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

Canberra has announced the most significant reforms to insolvency laws in decades, applicable for companies with debts below $1 million. While the finer details are yet to be confirmed, the proposal to introduce a debtor in possession model from 1 January 2021 which will be available to directors once every...
Read More >