tax planning

Tax landscape after the election: The way ahead

John Jeffreys* There are two ways that tax practitioners can look at the election result — and these have nothing to do with the shades of blue or red that may have tinged your voting intentions in the lead up to May 18. During the election campaign, with now de-bunked polls asserting a change of

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EOFY last-minute tax planning tactics for individuals

This financial year is almost over, but there are still tactics you may be able to employ to make sure you pay the right amount of tax for the 2018-19 year. While the best strategies are adopted in July (that is, as early as possible in a financial year and not at the end), it’s

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Last-minute tax planning tips for individuals

The current financial year is almost at an end, and with an election to be held two days later the recently announced federal budget measures will of course have no chance to take effect until some time into the next financial year, if at all. But in the meantime there are still many strategies you

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