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South Australian Stamp Duty Relief for Commercial Property Transactions

The State Government brought forward the stamp duty concession reductions. For all commercial property contracts signed after 7 December 2015 the stamp duty would be reduced by one third. Further reductions of one third will take effect on the 1 st July 2017 and 1 July 2018. Thereafter there will be no stamp duty on the transfer of eligible commercial property.




GST - 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 has  the cashflow advantage but also there is no (state) stamp duty levied on the GST.



Tax Matters - 2015 Year End Strategies

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




Tax Matters - 2015 Budget Edition

Budget focus on stimulating small business activity

Fuel tax credit rate increases

Property damage considerations for investors

Tax shortfall disclosure commended

R & D and other incentives




 End of Year Update - 2014

ATO improvements for small businesses

Don't get an FBT hangover

A resolution for 2015; estate planning

Make the most of holiday promotions

Getting CGT concessions right





Tax Matters - 13th Edition

The ATO crack down on dividend washing

Small Business CGT concessions

Travel and car related tax deductions






103 questions to ask your accountant

This newsletter includes questions regarding the following fields:

Business Foundations




Future Business Planning & More





Business Structures

Information regarding the structures that you can choose from when 

starting or expanding your business.

The four main types of business structures commonly used.

Advantages and disadvantages to remember when deciding upon

the best structure for your business.

Income tax rates for each entity and responsibility for paying the tax.



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