In this episode Peter Bobbin of Argyle Lawyers will tell you more about a new non-arm’s length concept - non-arm’s length expenses - NANE.
s295-550 ITAA97 doesn't get much limelight but is much more dangerous than s109 of the SIS Act. Here is Peter Bobbin of Argyle Lawyers with more.
Non-arm's length income features in most court cases around the sole purpose test as Peter Bobbin of Argyle Lawyers will explain in this episode.
Succession and work-life balance are often put aside and receive less attention. In this episode John Peterson will plead with you to make them part of your strategic objectives.
John Peterson discussed your mission, vision and values (MVV) in the last episode. This episode is about how get there by focusing on your strategic objectives.
Mission, vision and values (MVV) are keywords in the language of business development. So we asked John Peterson of Best Practice to tell us more.
Business advisory will allow you to avoid competing on price. Here is Mark Holton of Smithink with more.
In-specie contributions and payments are complex since you get two transactions "for the price of one". Gordon Mackenzie of UNSW discusses this in more detail.
SIS dependancy determines who gets your super. Tax dependancy determines the amount of tax payable. Here is Gordon Mackenzie of UNSW with more.
A death benefit is any payment your super fund makes after you die. Here is Gordon Mackenzie of UNSW with more.
Labor wants to change negative gearing, CGT discounts and franking credit refunds. Here is Gordon Mackenzie of UNSW with more.
Qualifying for the age pension is an arduous exercise as you need to pass four hurdles. John Saunders of The Pittwater Partnership will go through these one by one.
There is a popular proverb that feels harsh but maybe it does because it is true. A fish rots from the head down. John Peterson will explain why.
The four quadrants of success or time management are a helpful way to think about your practice. Here is John Peterson of Best Practice with more.
Everybody preaches to get the foundations right. But what does that actually mean? Here is John Peterson of Best Practice with some insights.
Why do we need a separate Medicare levy in Australia? In this episode Bob Deutsch of The Tax Institute will try to give you an answer.
Property vs shares - how are they taxed differently? Bob Deutsch, Senior Tax Counsel of The Tax Institute, pursues this question.
A life and remainder interest is often used in a testamentary setting. Here is Michael McCarthy of Tax & Super Australia with more.
A deceased estate entails a myriad of legal and tax questions. Here is Michael McCarthy of Tax & Super Australia with the answers.
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