• Payday Loan
    Alternatives to Payday Loans
    Source: NestEgg The payday lending industry is booming in Australia, and it’s driving thousands of Aussies into a debt trap. And it’s just not here. An increasing number of people around the world are relying on these unsecured loans as a quick fix when they need extra cash, despite regulators’ […]
  • superannuation
    How Did Your Super Fund Perform in 2020?
    Source: NestEgg Results collated by Chant West have shown median growth funds — which have 61 to 80 per cent in growth assets — ended the year up 3.7 per cent. While short of the 14.7 per cent members gained in 2019, Chant West applauded the funds’ ninth consecutive positive calendar year […]
  • Money Savings, Investment, Making Money For Future, Financial We
    Should the Government Add $5k to Low-Income Super Balances?
    Source: NestEgg The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees’ (AIST) pre-federal budget submission recommended a one-off government contribution to the super accounts of Aussies earning less than $39,837 who accessed their superannuation early. The AIST, which is made up of about 60 superannuation funds, points to the 3.6 million Australians who […]
  • tax dodging
    Flashy Cars, Low Income: ATO Eyes Tax-Dodging Red Flag
    The extension of the data-matching program will see the ATO continue to collect records from eight state and territory motor vehicle registries for the 2019–20, 2020–21 and 2021–22 financial years. Registry records for around 1.5 million individuals are expected to be collected each year for any newly registered or transferred vehicles […]
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    Tax Office Issues SG Amnesty Disqualification Warning
    The Tax Office has begun reaching out to businesses that made SG amnesty disclosures to remind them to pay their disclosed amounts or to set up a payment plan and meet each ongoing instalment amount. The warning letter notes that businesses will have 21 days to avoid being disqualified from […]
  • Australian Tax Office
    ATO Urged to Clarify JobKeeper Repayments Tax Treatment
    Last week, Toyota Australia announced it had approached the ATO to return more than $18 million in wage subsidy payments after posting a record fourth-quarter result. Super Retail Group has also followed suit, voluntarily returning $1.7 million in JobKeeper claimed for staff at Macpac. Tax & Super Australia tax counsel […]
12 December 2016

Applying for Bank Loan

Business Loans – Fact or fiction? You believe you have a business loan but is it just another mortgage against property (possibly the family home)? You need an increase in your overdraft but your bank, whom you’ve dealt with for years, has eventually told you “no”. Do you understand why? […]
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