It has been a boom period for new investors. But accountant Kym Nitschke warns of looming tax implications.
In the wake of coronavirus (COVID-19) and this time of great economic uncertainty, the Australian Government has announced a $17.6 billion economic stimulus package as a measure to protect and maintain confidence in the local economy, and support investments and employment.
Kym Nitschke explains the ten common tax mistakes you need to avoid to stay in the good books with the Australian Tax Office.
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There’s a big misconception that it’s okay to set up a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) and then just leave it be. Educating yourself on the legislation surrounding your SMSF is key to being prepared for the changes to come in the 2017 financial year, explains Adelaide Accountant Kym Nitschke.
Learning to wisely manage your financial resources is a valuable life skill. But being given some extra cash doesn’t hurt either. In fact, you might even be entitled to money that for years hasn’t been accounted for.
Kym Nitschke discusses how you can determine your eligibility for a tax offset depending on where you live and work.
Do PAYG instalments take the pinch out of your annual taxes? Kym Nitschke of Nitschke Nancarrow in Adelaide explains how this system works.
Discussing what to do in the event of someone’s death isn’t the brightest topic. But it is an important one. Nitschke Nancarrow’s Kym Nitschke reviews some important details about deceased estates for tax purposes.
It is important to understand what you can claim as the Australian Tax Office closely scrutinises work related deductions, writes Adelaide accountant Kym Nitschke.