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Did You Know

GST - The end of the going concern exemption.

 

Presently if you buy a business or an occupied commercial property, and both the vendor and purchaser agreed and were both registered, there would be no GST payable. This not only had  the cashflow advantage but also there was no (state) stamp duty levied on the GST. 

 

 

   

Please find attached our 2014/2015 Year End Strategies Newsletter!

This newsletter includes:

- Tax tips for property investors,

- Keeping on top of your personal records,

- Upcoming ATO compliance targets,

- End-of-year superannuation checklist,

-  Making the most of small business tax breaks*

*PLEASE NOTE: THIS NEWSLETTER WAS PUBLISHED BEFORE THE RELEASE OF THE 2015 FEDERAL BUDGET. ON PAGE 4 IT STATES THAT THE AMOUNT FOR THE IMMEDIATE WRITE OFF OF DEPRECIABLE ASSETS IS UNDER $1,000. SINCE THE BUDGET, THIS HAS BEEN CHANGED TO DEPRECIABLE ASSETS UNDER $20,000. SORRY FOR ANY CONFUSION.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact the office  if you wish to discuss anything further.


Click here to view the complete - 2014/2015 Year End Strategies Newsletter.

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