Welcome to a new decade!
Like most, we are now well and truly back into the swing of things after a well deserved break over the Christmas period.
And with this, we are pleased to deliver our first newsletter of 2020.
Consisting of all the important updates in the wonderful world of tax, please take a moment to click on the below link and have a read.
If you have any questions or queries about how you or your business might be affected by anything you see here, please reach out to our office for further information.
We look forward to bringing you more updates as the year progresses, and wish you well for another big year ahead.
Newsletter Jan 2020
The Lutz Team
We are pleased to deliver the key tax and accounting highlights from this year’s Budget.
Please have a read to see how they might affect you and your business.
Newsletter Budget 2019
What does the 2018 Federal Budget mean for you?
We have summarised the main outcomes from this years Federal Budget (from a tax and accounting point of view) and how they might affect you.
No surprises that this year’s Federal Budget centred on housing affordability and taxation measures relating to that, given the publicity surrounding these areas leading up to the Budget.
To see those areas which affect you, we bring you the overview, fresh from the Wolters Kluwer Budget Team.
Federal Budget Overview
Here’s a recent case study we were involved in, which highlights the need to regularly review this area of your business, as it affects not only tax, but also commercial considerations.
Click here for the case study
A back-flip on the controversial $500,000 lifetime limit for non-concessional contributions, an idea announced on May 3 but bitterly opposed by parts of the super industry, some wealthier workers and Coalition MPs.
Even if it’s a franchised business, it’s still a business and still needs the correct due diligence undertaken if you’re considering becoming a franchisee.
A good example of how the right distribution channel can scale your business.
The perils of inadequate financing and limits of scale as they relate to a franchise operation are highlighted in this article.
Another attempt to better understand how large companies structure their international tax affairs.
Transfer pricing and source of income are always areas that tax authorities focus on.