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Tax Strategies

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Tax Planning for Investors or Retirees

Tax Savings Strategy 215 – Super Contributions from Downsizing

A person aged 65 or over can make a non-concessional contribution into superannuation of up to $300,000 from the proceeds of selling their principal residence.
A person aged 65 or over can make a non-concessional contribution into superannuation of up to $300,000 from the proceeds of selling their principal residence
A person aged 65 or over can make a non-concessional contribution into superannuation of up to $300,000 from the proceeds of selling their principal residence

Tax Savings Strategy 213 | Boats & Yachts

Using the entertainment facility leasing provisions of the FBT Act to make owning and operating a boat or yacht as tax effective as possible.

Tax Savings Strategy 203 | Granny Flats

3 typical tax deductions for granny flats. Granny flats must be self-contained with their own kitchen, bathroom, and living space.

Tax Savings Strategy 157 | Pooled Development Funds

Pooled development funds (PDFs) are eligible investment companies that are registered under the Pooled Development Funds Act 1992 (PDF Act).

Tax Planning Strategy 156 | Using a SMSF to Undertake Property Development

Undertaking a property development in a SMSF can result in zero tax payable if the fund is in the pension phase (or 15% if the fund is in the accumulation phase).

Tax Planning Strategy 153 | Junior Mineral Exploration Tax Credit

The Junior Mineral Exploration Tax Credit (JMETC) encourages non-mining investors to invest in exploration companies and help fund their exploration activity.

Tax Planning Strategy 152 | Early Stage Venture Capital Limited Partnership

The tax incentives for Early Stage Venture Capital Limited Partnerships (ESVCLP) apply with a 10% non-refundable tax offset on capital invested during the year.

Tax Planning Strategy 189 | Increase Giving via Discretionary Trusts

 If the beneficiary is tax exempt (a not-for-profit organization or church) then there will be no income tax paid on that income by the beneficiary.

Tax Planning Strategy 151 | Tax Incentives for Early Stage Investors

Tax incentives for early stage investors will encourage early stage investment in innovative start-ups and should boost growth by fostering new enterprises and promoting entrepreneurship. 

Tax Planning Strategy 171 | Income Splitting

This strategy involves evening up the marginal tax rates between spouses. Tax is saved if income can be moved from the spouse in the highest tax bracket to the spouse with the lowest tax bracket.
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