If you have shares in an employer/employee share scheme, this eBook has been written to help you navigate some of the questions and issues you may have.
The purpose of this eBook is to provide information about end of year tax and superannuation planning. This includes strategies to legally minimise your tax obligation as an individual or a business and as well as strategies to grow your superannuation. We will also provide advice on potential tax traps and how you can avoid them.
A testamentary trust is one of the most effective and powerful estate planning tools available. A testamentary trust can have a wide reaching and multi-generational impact on family wealth.
Superannuation and taxation can’t be avoided in Australia. Learn strategies on how you can use these financial vices to enhance your situation.
Are you paying more tax than you have to? This easy-to-understand guide outlines which costs of your investment property are deductible and which are not.
Negative gearing is a strategy used by many successful investors. In this free eBook you will find out the essentials in assessing this tool as part of a wealth creation strategy.
This eBook has been written for our existing and prospective clients to outline many of the costly mistakes that should be avoided with negative gearing.
If you earn over $300,000 then you owe extra tax on your super contributions. It’s called Division 293 Tax. Learn more about this tax.
The combination of NRAS and an SMSF can be a very powerful strategy for the right people. This is a unique eBook that goes into the details of NRAS & SMSF.
Increasingly, property investors are looking to the National Rental Affordability Scheme as a means of creating cashflow positive investment property wealth.
The idea of a 90% financed or even 100% financed investment property being cashflow positive from day one sounds attractive to anyone right?
Capital Gains Tax can be a large and unexpected expense. This eBook has been written to examine the strategies available to legally manage your tax liability.
Prior to 2007 SMSFs were not allowed to borrow for investment purposes, which meant that property investment wasn’t an option for most fund members. It is now possible for SMSFs to borrow funds under some clearly defined conditions.Download for Free