For Individual matters

We present articles here that are of interest to you, the individual. Of course many people are also involved in business and community organisations.

Also look at some of our e-newsletters that will keep you current with the latest news.



  • 2nd Nov 2006

    Making the most of your holiday house

    Holiday houses can be a wonderful place of retreat whilst also being a worthwhile investment.
  • 13th Sep 2006

    Superannuation - Stop Press

    The Treasurer announced significant changes to superannuation making it simpler and more tax effective.
  • 5th Sep 2006

    Property sales and GST

    In most cases, the sale of the family home does not attract GST. However...
  • 30th Aug 2006

    Rental property repairs

    The ATO has released a document to assist owners of rental properties when claiming deductions for repairs.
  • 17th Jul 2006

    Warning against tax schemes

    The ATO recently advised taxpayers not to get caught up in dubious, end-of-year tax schemes.
  • 16th Jun 2006

    Big changes to superannuation

    The treasurer announced sweeping changes to superannuation in a bid to encourage an increase in retirement savings.
  • 8th Jun 2006

    Jointly owned negatively geared investments

    It affects couples who jointly own negatively geared investments, such as a rental property or a share portfolio.
  • 8th Jun 2006

    Simplified Tax System becomes more flexible

    The Simplified Tax System (STS) was introduced to reduce the tax burden on small business and to simplify record keeping.
  • 30th Mar 2006

    Transitioning to retirement pensions

    The basic concept enables people nearing retirement age to salary sacrifice all or part of their salary into their super fund
  • 23rd Feb 2006

    Scam warnings

    Scammers are becoming increasingly sophisticated in the way they target people. Consumers nearly always lose their money.
  • 2nd Feb 2006

    ATO investigation of "low doc" loans

    Tax Office checks for concealment of income have raised over $23 million in tax and penalties.
  • 7th Dec 2005

    Capital Gains Tax records

    Records need to be retained to substantiate all items included in tax returns. The burden of proof rests with the taxpayer.
  • 22nd Nov 2005

    Superannuation changes

    Superannuation continues as a dynamic area with some key changes recently announced or legislated.
  • 26th Oct 2005

    Land tax and trusts

    Land tax is a progressive tax that uses a sliding scale to assess all properties owned by a taxpayer as at 31 December each year.
  • 14th Oct 2005

    ATO mistake re car log books

    The ATO has confirmed that letters will be sent to the affected taxpayers to rectify the problem.
  • 6th Sep 2005

    Low doc loans

    “Low doc” loans require no proof of income such as group certificates, tax returns or business trading results.
  • 2nd Sep 2005

    Personal services income

    The PSI rules are designed to prevent normal wage and salary earners setting up a business and claiming deductions available to businesses.
  • 18th Aug 2005

    Changes to Long Service Leave

    All Victorian employees are entitled to the minimum Long Service Leave provisions of the Long Service Leave Act.


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