As proposed in the 2017 budget, the removal of the main residence CGT exemption for tax non-residents is almost through Senate. There has been no opposition to the change from either party. A rather draconian rule, the effect is that if you are tax non-resident on the date you sign the sales contract on your… Read More Non-Resident with a home here? Quick – Sell it!
disciplined regular investing works – every time.… Read More Your No.1 Problem When Investing
There are a few changes to super contributions that start this tax year. The first I will look at here is the change to concessional contributions Whatever your super balance, as long as you are under age 65 (or if between 65 and 75 you pass the work test), you can contribute the full amount… Read More New Super Top-up Options
As we well know, without a plan, the financial goals we aspire to probably won’t materialise. With no structure in place, 10 years down the track, you may feel no better off than you are now, and wonder where your money went. However, sometimes knowing where to start is a stumbling block. So to start… Read More 30 Days to Financial Wellness
The budget super reforms have now passed the senate and only require royal assent to become law, which is thought to be a mere formality. The major changes are as follows Introducing a $1.6 million transfer balance cap which limits the amount that can be transferred to the retirement phase, where earnings are tax-free. This… Read More Super Reforms Passed
Last call for Flexi 100 investors is today. The deadline for the investment is in 48 hours. Here is the link to the example for you to have a play. Call or email right now if you are interested! Lindsay
From April 2015, it is proposed that non residents (that’s us poms living in sunny Australia) will pay Capital Gains Tax on the sale of UK residential property. So if you own property in the UK, it’s worth reviewing your position. Here is a link to some further info http://www.propertywire.com/news/europe/uk-capital-gains-tax-property-201404048976.html