This month we have some simple tips to get the cash flowing in your business, and an update regarding Single Touch Payroll. Vaughn shares his thoughts on Artifical Intelligence and how it might impact our personal lives, and we ask you to think about where your superannuation death benefits will go when you pass away (it’s probably not your favourite topic, but it might be simpler to deal with than you think).
It’s easy to assume that your Will would take care of your superannuation death benefit when you die. But that’s not the case – your super is dealt with separately from your Will.
In our last newsletter for the year, we offer simple ways to get your bookkeeping on track (with some great ideas for your New Year’s resolutions!), and discuss the risks of switching or consolidating super funds on your own. Danny shares his thoughts on the significance of your business’ purpose, and we check in on what #teamsynectic are up to in our community.
Super fund members are regularly encouraged to consolidate their super accounts into one account to reduce paperwork and avoid paying multiple administrative fees and charges for accounts they don’t need.
As a Self-managed Super Fund (SMSF) trustee you might, at some stage, want to invest in property as part of your fund’s investment strategy.
Before you do, you should fully consider the risks associated with property investment. Holding a “real property investment” can affect other aspects of your fund, such as benefit payments, and any investment must comply with superannuation laws.
Here are 6 issues to consider before your SMSF makes a property investment:
In this month’s newsletter we share the first in a series of highlights from our team’s attendance at Xerocon2018. Always an exciting conference for industry innovation, this year gave us some particularly thought-provoking takeaways. We also discuss an interesting strategy for business owners who have an SMSF. And we dig into how one organisation is adapting to the NDIS.
If you are a business owner with a self-managed super fund (SMSF) there are plenty of reasons why you might consider transferring your business property into your SMSF.
In this newsletter we want to make sure employers are ready for Single Touch Payroll (STP) and that small businesses are ready for EOFY. We discuss some great tax planning opportunities for primary producers and outline developments in personal superannuation. Plus, check out what #teamsynectic have been up to lately.
Let’s talk about superannuation – it’s one of our favourite topics!
Okay, you might not get as excited about superannuation as we do. But there are a number of recent changes to the tax treatment of super that we think you should be aware of.
To help you get the most out of your retirement savings and avoid any unexpected pitfalls, we’ve outlined some of the major developments here.
Today we have an important reminder to record your odometer readings for company vehiclesthis Saturday (31st March).
We also want to talk to you about Labor’s proposed changes to the dividend imputation system, because we know that, if put into place, they will impact on many of our clients.