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Tax Planning for Business

Top 10 Tax Strategies for Rental Property Investors

These 10 tax strategies apply to rental property investors & produce the biggest tax savings (on average).

Tax Strategy | Establish a Foreign Company

For Australian residents who wish to conduct a trading or investing business overseas, this strategy involves incorporating a company overseas.

Tax Strategies – Top 10 for Business

These 10 tax strategies apply to the majority of businesses & produce the biggest tax savings (on average).

Tax Savings Strategy 249 | Smartwatch

The ATO deems smartphones to be portable electronic devices and as such they are deemed an exempt fringe benefit when used primarily for the employee's employment.

Tax Savings Strategy 221 | Bitcoin

To avoid paying tax on any increases in the value of Bitcoin, it should only be purchased to acquire goods or services for private use.

Tax Savings Strategy 219 | Avoid the Luxury Car Tax

The luxury car tax (LCT) is a tax on cars with a GST inclusive value above the LCT threshold ($66,331 as at 2018/19). 

Tax Savings Strategy 217 | 60% CGT Discount for Affordable Housing Investments

From 1st January 2018, a 60% CGT discount applies for Australian resident individual's investing in qualifying affordable housing.
From 1st January 2018, a 60% CGT discount applies for Australian resident individual's investing in qualifying affordable housing.

Tax Savings Strategy 216 – Managed Investment Trusts Investing in Affordable Housing

Managed investment trusts (MITs) are able to invest in affordable housing, allowing investors to receive a 60% CGT discount on any capital gains made.

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 212 | Pass the $6m Test (to access Small Business CGT Concessions)

If your business has a turnover greater than $2 million then to qualify for the small business CGT concessions (and potentially pay no tax on your business sale) you need to pass the $6 million net assets test. 
If your business has a turnover greater than $2 million then to qualify for the small business CGT concessions (and potentially pay no tax on your business sale) you need to pass the $6 million net assets test. 
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