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CGT event K3- Estate planning traps

In Australia, we don’t have death duties or inheritance taxes, so when assets pass to beneficiaries through a person’s estate, capital gains are generally disregarded. However, […][…]

Tax Advice

Subdividing your main residence – Tricks & Traps

Generally, in Australia, you are not taxed on gains from the sale of your home (including up to 2 hectares of adjoining land). This is because […][…]

Superannuation

Bringing your super to Australia from overseas

When people relocate to Australia, superannuation is sometimes forgotten. Depending on when you bring back your super to Australia, and how much, it can have different […][…]

International Tax

Thin Capitalisation explained

An entity is considered ‘thinly capitalised’ where the assets are funded by a high level of debt and little equity. But why is this significant? The […][…]

Tax Dispute

Recent TPB wins: A reminder that supervision of staff is key

The Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) has dramatically increased its investigation of tax agents who are not complying with their tax agent obligations. This is the result […][…]

Tax Residency

Tax Issues:  Hong Kong residents moving to Australia

In the growing unrest in Hong Kong, you may be considering moving to Australia – you should be aware of the following tax issues: When moving […][…]

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