Believe it or not there is still the possibility to get some free money from the government. The superannuation co-contribution is hanging on in there for a little longer so make use of it if you can and grab up to $500 of free cash. Even better, why not pop some $ into the kids’… Read More Tax Tip 2019 : More Free Money from the Government
Claim concessional super contributions as a tax deduction. As was the case last year, it may be possible for you to claim some super contributions as a tax deduction. This will be a useful strategy if ……. You forgot to salary sacrifice or did not sacrifice as much as you could, or You have a… Read More 2019 Tax Tip : Tax Deductible Super
This link is a great new guide on financial well being for all the women you know, but especially the next generation of (hopefully) financially savvy girls. Suitable for all ages, it covers all the big milestones (good & bad) such as….. Your first job Moving in with your partner and getting married Buying your… Read More Finance for Daughters – and all other women!
New rules this year, for the first time allow anyone to claim concessional super contributions as a tax deduction. This is very exciting. Full details of the changes are in this previous post. However as we near the year end, here is a quick summary of the important bits ……… This will be a useful… Read More Did you forget to Salary Sacrifice?
Will the new Downsizing Super Contribution help ?… Read More Downsize your Parents
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
Making super simple – 2 ways to contribute… Read More 2 ways to increase your super