Although the start to 2021 has been a little shaky, hopefully this year will be different to the last 12 months. If you haven’t already, take a look at six key ways in which you can reformat some areas of your financial services firm up to make 2021 your best year yet.
This correction could turn out to be the opportunity of a lifetime or a nasty sharemarket bear trap, and the difference can boil down to knowing what you don’t know.
The Australian Tax Office has announced (22 April 2020) an automatic deferral of SMSF annual return lodgments for the 2018-19 financial year to 30 June 2020. To be clear, where an SMSF had an original lodgement date of 15 May 2020, the 2019 SMSF annual return lodgment date is deferred to 30 June.
The National Cabinet has agreed to a mandatory code of conduct for commercial tenancies. The code will be guided by a set of principles, developed and legislated by State and Territory governments and apply to commercial landlords including SMSFs. Tenants who participate in the federal government’s JobKeeper assistance and have a turnover of less than […]
With social distancing restrictions from COVID-19 impacting almost every aspect of our daily lives we’ve been asking how estate planning can be validly completed and whether it’s possible to sign a Will electronically? Christina Wolfsbauer from Intello Legal outlines how you can still complete or update your SMSF estate planning during the COVID-19 restrictions.
PAYG instalments is a system that helps taxpayers manage expected future tax liabilities on their SMSF income for the current income year by making regular payments in advance. To assist taxpayers experiencing financial difficulty as a result of COVID-19, the ATO is enabling tax payers to vary SMSF PAYG instalments without penalty for the current […]