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ATO Rolls Out Stricter Measures against False Tax Deduction Claims

October 10, 2019 · Published by R J Sanderson And Associates Pty Ltd

Those who can not provide evidence of their claims will not only be denied the deduction, but may even be penalised for failing to exercise diligence with their tax returns.

Introducing a $1.6 million transfer balance cap

December 9, 2016 · Published by RJS Wealth Management Pty Ltd

Designed to limit the total amount of superannuation (super) savings that can be transferred into a tax-free retirement account, the $1.6 million transfer balance cap (indexed for inflation in $100,000 increments) is applied to each individual and will take effect from 1 July 2017.

Reducing the concessional contributions cap to $25,000

· Published by RJS Wealth Management Pty Ltd

A concessional contribution is a before-tax superannuation (super) contribution which includes both salary sacrificed and employer superannuation guarantee contributions. Or for the self-employed or not employed, it is a tax-deductible super contribution.

Increasing income eligibility for the spouse contribution tax offset

· Published by RJS Wealth Management Pty Ltd

You may be able to claim an 18{89774503f1dc5a8067a215bf11c503ad6eecdd9fbdfb7beae4875fba6258e357} tax offset on super contributions of up to $3,000 you make on behalf of your non-working or low-income-earning spouse. From 1 July 2017 the spouse contribution tax offset income limit will increase from $13,800 to $40,000 per annum.

Reducing the non-concessional contribution cap to $100,000 pa

· Published by RJS Wealth Management Pty Ltd

A non-concessional contribution is an after-tax contribution made to superannuation (super). The 2016 Federal Budget originally proposed a $500,000 lifetime cap on non-concessional contributions. This measure has now been scrapped and replaced with a $100,000 per annum non-concessional contributions limit (reduced from $180,000) which will take effect on 1 July 2017.

Abolishing the anti-detriment payment. Is the death tax back?

· Published by RJS Wealth Management Pty Ltd

An anti-detriment payment enables the refund of contributions tax paid during a fund member’s lifetime, which is then paid as a lump sum to certain dependent/s (spouse, former spouse, child including adult child) of a deceased fund member.

Removing tax exempt earnings for transition to retirement income streams

· Published by RJS Wealth Management Pty Ltd

A transition to retirement (TTR) pension allows you to reduce your working hours but not your lifestyle by using TTR pension payments to supplement your income. From 1 July 2017, tax exemptions on super fund earnings for transition to retirement pensions will be removed.

Lowering the threshold for Division 293 tax to an annual income of $250,000

December 8, 2016 · Published by RJS Wealth Management Pty Ltd

Division 293 reduces the tax concession on superannuation (super) contributions for individuals with an income greater than the limit in place. From 1 July 2017, this limit will decrease from $300,000 to $250,000.

Should you give kids cash for Christmas?

· Published by RJS Wealth Management Pty Ltd

For many time-poor parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles or godparents, the option of giving cash at Christmas is a godsend. But be careful, there are downsides to giving cash too. Unsupervised Christmas cash gifts will be quickly spent on low value items that won’t be appreciated. Give kids cash, but with care.

Do I need an estate plan?

October 28, 2016 · Published by RJS Wealth Management Pty Ltd

If you don’t watch daytime television, you may be surprised to hear that it is brimming with ads for funeral plans and life insurance. Depressing, isn’t it? And if you’re healthy, gainfully employed and have your whole life ahead of you, then there is plenty of time to put an estate plan into place… right? Sorry, WRONG! The reality is, death is an unpleasant fact. In fact, 147,678 deaths were registered in Australia in 2013. And they weren’t all as a result of old age.