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Tax Strategies

Tax Planning Strategy 193 | Purchase a Farm Using Your Super

Tax Planning Strategy 193 involves using your SMSF to purchase a farm (or hobby farm) and then leasing it back to the taxpayer (or associated entity) to operate a farming business.

Tax Planning Strategy 174 | Salary Packaging for FBT Rebatable Employees

Rebatable employers are entitled to a FBT rebate equal to a percentage of the gross FBT payable, subject to a capping threshold. 

Tax Planning Strategy 179 | Transferring a Life Interest in BRP into an SMSF

This strategy involves transferring the life interest in business real property into a SMSF (instead of transferring the whole interest in the real property). 

Tax Planning Strategy 190 | Make Your Private Mortgage Tax Deductible

This strategy enables business owners to utilize the value of their business goodwill to pay out their private mortgage and convert a non-deductible mortgage into tax deductible debt.

Tax Planning Strategy 99 | Art

Small businesses buying art prior to 30th June 2017 with a purchase cost of less than $20,000 (excluding GST) are entitled to a full tax deduction. 

Tax Planning Strategy 180 | Superannuation Proceeds Trust

The superannuation proceeds trust strategy involves creating a special type of testamentary trust under a will that is only funded by the deceased’s superannuation death benefits.

Tax Planning Strategy 176 | 5 Year Catch-Up Super Contributions

From 1st July 2018 fund members with a fund balance of less than $500,000 will be able to make additional catch-up super contributions.

Tax Planning Strategy 165 | Trade, Business and Professional Body Subscriptions


Subscriptions, joining fees, levies and contributions paid to professional associations may be deductible under s 8-1 and/or s 25-55.

Tax Planning Strategy 186 | Holding Companies

A holding company is a parent corporation that owns enough voting shares in another company to control its policies and management.

Tax Planning Strategy 188 | Child Maintenance Trust

A Child Maintenance Trust (CMT) is a special type of trust set up and established with income earning assets (typically shares or property) to provide support for a child (or children).

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