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July 2021

Newsletter; Superannuation guarantee rate increase from 9.5% to 10% & Superannuation concessional contribution limit increase to $27,500 Superannuation guarantee rate increase from 9.5% to 10% From 1 July 2021, the super guarantee rate increased 10%.The rate will now increase 0.5% … Continue reading

May 2021 – Budget Update

Newsletter; 2020/2021 Budget Update (your five minute guide) Please find below a summary of the some of the more relevant budget announcements that affect taxation.   2021/2022 individual tax rates Taxable income range                    Marginal tax rate              $            0 – $18,200                                           0% … Continue reading

April 2021

Newsletter; Land tax beneficiary nominations From 1 July 2021, land held on trust will be subject to a higher rate of land tax and a lower land tax threshold unless a beneficiary is nominated.  The land tax rates are as … Continue reading

December 2020

Newsletter; State Budgets & JobMaker SA State Budget Businesses eligible for the JobKeeper extension were also provided with additional grants: – $10,000 for eligible businesses that employ staff; or – $3,000 for eligible businesses that do not employ staff (but … Continue reading

October 2020 – Budget Update

Newsletter; 2020/2021 Budget Update (your five minute guide) Please find below a summary of the some of the more relevant budget announcements that affect taxation. 2021/2022 individual tax rates (also proposed to be backdated to 2020/2021) Taxable income range                    Marginal … Continue reading

July 2020

Newsletter: STP finalisation (no more payment summaries), STP deferral for closely held (related party) employees, Monthly JobKeeper lodgements STP finalisation (no more payment summaries) When you report and lodge a finalisation declaration under Single Touch Payroll, you are exempt from … Continue reading