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Hot Issues
Global outlook summary: Down but not out
Bookkeepers remind on incoming TPRS obligations
Golden Rules for Deductions
How's Australia going - vital statistics?
Tax, SMEs set to be ‘political football’ in 2019 as election nears
Cap lifted on popular financing option for clients
Expiry of 900,000 interest-only loans set for January
Australian Taxation Office (ATO) Scam Alert: Fake Demands for Tax Payments
Tax Office sounds alarm on popular property strategy
Our Advent calendar for 2018
‘Please do not panic’: ATO boss addresses STP concerns
Stop!! Don't do a paper Budget, use our online budgeting tools instead.
Employee Christmas Parties and Gifts – Any FBT?
Behavioural Coaching and your financial plans
FBT – Christmas Parties and Taxi Fares
Information needed to be the BBQ expert.
Tax consequences of trust vesting
Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT): employees’ private use of vehicles
ATO to contact clients over bank details
ATO claws back $850m in unpaid SG in FY 17-18
Appetite for property in SMSFs shows signs of life despite tough market
Superannuation gender gap narrowing, research shows
Identification numbers for directors
How financial advice helps create wealth.
Australia's vital statistics
Unlocking equity crowdfunding in Australia
$20m boost for SME clients looking to exporting
Work-Related Expenses
ATO updates crypto guidance
ATO zones in on hundreds of newly created reserves
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Sale of Goods, Retention of Title - Protection?
Boost for tax data-matching.
Extra online support from your Accountant
2013-14 Federal Budget at a Glance
Overview of the 2013-14 Federal Budget
Full version of the Federal Budget speech for 2013-14
Off-Market Share Transfers - $50 FEE
The big super split
Easy Ways to make a Tax Payment
Refund Cheque from the Australian Taxation Office - not likely!
For those clients who like to do some extra research.
Tax Help for Bushfire and Flood Affected Areas
Creditors Awarded Damages after Director's Breach of Duty
Extra online support from your Accountant

 

As part of the ongoing support and service offered is 24/7 access to the following online services.


     

 

 

 

Each is designed to provide you with extra assistance and help from the website based support your Planner offers.  

Website based tools you; your family (all younger people need to start down the savings path as soon as they can); your friends; colleagues and associates can all benefit from.  (Not all services are on every planner’s website but most are as they to to offer you as much support as they can).

  • Comprehensive financial tools to help you understand your Personal or family Cash Flow position or simply complete a Budget or work on some Superannuation scenarios.

  • Research your questions at the ATO and other relevant sites to better understand what happening in areas such as Superannuation, Employer responsibilities, Awards, Centrelink, etc.  Then discuss your questions with your Planner.  Use eWombat for doing this research, type in keywords or phrases.

  • Your information is private and confidential and should be treated that way.  Using Secure File Transfer means your information and Plans are encrypted when sent in either direction.    
  • Portfolio logins.  Utilise the ability to login to your Portfolio 24/7 to see how it is going compared to your Plans.

  • Online forms.  More and more forms are now website based versions to save time and effort with printing and posting.  By using such resources many Planners can also keep abreast of changes in your circumstances and this will always help them better plan your financial future.

  • ASX Prices and Charts.  Many sites will have these resources to allow you to quickly see how the market is going and check any stocks you’d like a price on.  All such information is, though, delayed by 20 minutes. 

  • Latest News.  All sites have an up-to-date news feed that reflects issues of interest to you, their clients.

  • Many sites also have an information ticker that displays some general information chosen with your interests in mind. 

 

 

 



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