How do you exit our practice? What do most practitioners do? We asked Steven Fine of Growth Focus to walk us through the options you have.
We all need to decide where we stand regarding financial advice. One option is to engage a digital financial advice platform. Jim Hennington of ASAP has more.
The Code of Professional Conduct affects us all. Here is Ian Taylor, the Chair of the Tax Practitioners Board, with the details.
The Australian Productivity Commission's April 2018 draft report tried to compare ARPA funds with SMSFs. Here Kevin Bungard, the CEO of Class, with more.
What is legally valid when signed electronically? Christine Ecob and Georgina Xiradis of JWS will walk you through the legal framework.
The rules around property depreciation are confusing at the best of times. Bradley Beer of BMT will walk you through the ifs and whens of property depreciation.
Miranda Brownlee writes for SMSF Adviser and covers over 20 stories a week, all about SMSF. We asked Miranda what happened in May. Here is what we learned.
How does one register as a tax practitioner? Here is Ian Taylor, the Chair of the TPB to walk you through the process.
The story of Mclowd starts like many other successful start-ups. Mclowd was born out of an attempt to "scratch its own itch". Ashley Porter was there.
Here are some comments from Kevin Bungard, CEO at Class, about the first round of event-based reporting.
When do you need an acknowledgement of trust in an SMSF? Heide Robson will talk you through different scenarios re compliance with s52(2)(g) of the SIS Act.
Do you know what the TPB actually does, how it is structured and financed? We didn't. So we asked Ian Taylor, Chair of the TPB. Here is his answer.
The Story of Class is not just about Class. It is also a story about the SMSF industry and us. Kevin Bungard of Class will tell you how it all started.
The super reform is done and dusted, but some issues still raise their head. Daniel Mikhail of Partners Wealth Group will discuss those with you.
Div 7A debt forgiveness is less common than Div 7A loans and payments, but still important to get right. Peter Adams of Augmentors will discuss the details with you.
Div 7A payments can turn into an expensive exercise. Including transfer or provision of company assets. Peter Adams of Augmentor will tell you what this is all about.
You could summarise the basic concept of Div 7A loans in one sentence. But there is a lot more to it. As Peter Adams of Augmentors will tell you.
Most professional practices sell with an earnout arrangement. Patrick Huang of Argyle Lawyers will tell you how to treat these for tax purposes.
At the very start it sounds easy. You just go and buy what you need. But it isn't easy. Steven Fine of Growth Focus will walk you through the process.
Pension strategies post 1 July 2017 have changed. Daniel Mikhail of Partners Wealth Group will guide you through the different options.
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