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  Matthew Gilligan  20 Jun 24

Matthew Gilligan Keeping abreast of market changes is an important part of making good business and property investment decisions. The rules and legislation around tax and finance change constantly, as does the property market as it moves through its various cycles of boom and bust. It can be challenging to know what is going on in all these areas, and even ...

  John Rowe  24 Nov 23

John Rowe At this busy time of year, I thought we could all do with a bit of humour. So I have written this tongue-in-cheek blog which I hopes brings a smile to your face. I have some exciting news to share with all of you. As an accountant with many years of experience, I have embarked on a new journey that ...

Salesh Chand Recently, I have been asked by several property investors about what is happening in the market and what I am doing.  I still believe property investing is one of the safest forms of investment to create passive income and intergenerational wealth, and I am still actively investing.Here’s what I’ve been up to:Buying PropertiesI’ve been submitting around 5-10 offers every ...

  Anthony Lipscombe  28 Feb 24

Anthony Lipscombe With the trust tax rate expected to increase from 33% to 39% on 1 April 2024, now is the time to consider declaring dividends for any companies owned by trusts. Declaring a dividend before 31 March 2024 means there will only be 5% “top-up” tax payable (i.e. the difference between the company tax rate of 28% and the current trust ...

  Anthony Strevens  21 Jun 24

Anthony Strevens Everyone likes more money in their back pocket, and we’re about to get a few extra dollars to try and counteract the effect of inflation. The coalition government recently announced in their budget that there would be a shift in the tax rate thresholds for individuals from 31 July 2024. Not a moment too soon. For years we’ve been suffering the ...

  Anna Loginova  27 Nov 23

Anna Loginova Solvency is a subject that can be challenging for our clients and can cause some distress when not understood correctly. This is not a very festive subject, but it's important to address it during these uncertain times we are currently going through.What is a solvent company versus an insolvent company?A solvent company is one that has the ability to ...

Nathan Budd It’s that time of year when businesses look to reward their staff and clients by hosting Christmas parties, giving gifts, and paying bonuses.Some of these costs may be fully deductible, some may be 50% tax deductible, and others subject to Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT) or PAYE deductions. To help your business stay on the right side of the Christmas ...

  Quade Fraser  15 Jul 24

Quade Fraser As a property tax and structuring specialist, one of the most common questions I encounter is whether to set up a look-through company (LTC) to hold investment property. The answer, more often than not, has shifted over the years to no. LTCs, once considered a go-to option for property investors, have seen their appeal diminish significantly in recent years. ...

  The Professional Trustee Team  23 May 24

The Professional Trustee Team Professional trustees are involved in all sorts of transactions for their clients. One of these is signing the settlement documents when a trust is buying or selling a property. The sale and purchase agreement for such a transaction will detail the settlement date, i.e. the date the property officially changes ownership from the seller to the buyer. At this time, ...

Kris Pedersen While most of the attention recently around mortgage rule changes has concentrated on the implementation of the debt-to-income (DTI) rules, it is worth noting that on the same day this change came in (1 July 2024), the Reserve Bank also slightly relaxed the loan-to-value restrictions on secondhand investment properties.  What are the loan-to-value (LVR) rules?Loan-to-value ratio (LVR) rules in ...

  Steve Munro - Guest Contributor  10 Jul 24

Guest Contributor When most people think of insurance, they think about the cost. I guess it's because you see the premium evaporating from your bank account every month. More critically, in these present times, it's tough – what I call the "everything crisis" (the cost of living, healthcare, education, housing – you name it, it's a crisis). It sounds scary, right? ...

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