The latest 2019 Year end strategies focuses on maximise your tax savings for 2018/19 and how to start planning fresh for next year.
Many Australians dream about living and working overseas. Before packing your bags, we recommend you think about what steps need to be taken to ensure you don’t end up with a big tax bill on your return home. This article explores CGT, tax residency, investments, superannuation and other considerations for Australians preparing to work overseas.
Welcome to HLB Mann Judd’s Financial Times for Winter 2019. Our quarterly newsletter on business and personal finance information.
Darryl is a senior partner in the Sydney firm’s Audit and Corporate Advisory divisions. His expertise lies in the areas of auditing, forensic accounting, fraud prevention and prospectus development. He is the head of HLB Mann Judd’s Not-For-Profit industry group. With this focus he leads and develops thought leadership that drives change and support for the NFP sector in Australia.
Bill has considerable experience working with medium sized enterprises including locally owned business and Australian subsidiaries of foreign business. With a high level of expertise in the legal, entertainment, healthcare, freight forwarding and air transport sectors, Bill has built a strong reputation for developing a thorough understanding of his clients’ businesses and the circumstances that are most particular to those businesses.
John has over 20 years experience working predominantly with privately owned businesses and investment firms, advising and consulting across a wide range of business issues. A key focus of his work has been assisting privately owned businesses to implement realistic, workable and sustainable growth plans, particularly in relation to managing growth from a financial and strategic perspective.
Jason’s career began in 1998 in audit and assurance. Today, he is a partner in the Auckland firm and provides a wide range of services to a variety of different organisations. He advises and assists clients with tax requirements, financial statement audits, internal audits, financial reporting, due diligence and independent valuations.
Michelle provides leadership on financial reporting matters across the HLB Mann Judd Australasian network.
Mitchell has over 10 years experience in all areas of superannuation, particularly self-managed superannuation funds. He is an accredited superannuation fund specialist with the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and heads the Superannuation Fund division of the Wollongong firm. Mitchell also has comprehensive knowledge and experience in estate planning and personal taxation.
The new reporting standards for NFPs are complex. To make AASB 15 and AASB 1058 easier, we have developed the HLB Not-for-Profit Income Recognition Template.
The Hayne Report findings have something all not-for-profit organisations could learn from.
With the Coalition Government re-elected and no major changes to superannuation on the horizon, it’s time to undertake a final review of your super to ensure that you have maximised your tax and retirement benefits for the 2018-19 year.
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