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Tax Strategies

Tax Planning Strategy 175 | Employees of Religious Institutions

Benefits provided to employees of religious institutions in respect of pastoral duties or other duties or activities directly related to the practice, study, teaching or propagation of religious beliefs is exempt from FBT. 

Tax Planning Strategy 86 | Employee Meals on Business Premises

An employer can provide the following meals to employees, claim a tax deduction for the expenses, and pay no fringe benefits tax.

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.

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