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Charman Partners team up to tackle Hygiene Poverty

This December the team at Charman Partners will help our brilliant charity partners Pinchapoo set a Guiness World Record! The records will be the most …

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Director identification number (director ID)

From November 2021 the Australian Securities & Investments Commission has advised that company directors will need to verify their identity as part of a new …

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ATO Focusing on CGT Asset Disposals

The ATO have notified taxpayers recently that they are going to be paying close attention to capital gains made on shares, property and cryptocurrency this …

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Your Knowledge Update – October 2021

Inside this month’s Your Knowledge Update;  It won’t be long before we can stop talking about COVID-19 (won’t that be nice) but with the Treasurer’s …

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Your Knowledge Update – September 2021

Inside this month’s Your Knowledge Update; Unwinding the pandemic. Plus, divorce, superannuation and the gender divide.  And, is a compensation payment to your super fund …

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What’s new with Self Managed Super Funds from 1 July 2021?

Self managed super funds will now be permitted to have up to 6 members in a fund.  However, it’s important to check that this is …

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Commercial Tenancy Relief Scheme 2021

The regulations surrounding the Victorian Commercial Tenancy Relief Scheme have been released this morning, and are available here. Some of the important notes for tenants …

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Your Knowledge Update – August 2021

Inside this month’s Your Knowledge Update; Afterpay’s $39bn sale pay day (and the tax treatment of their shares if you happen to hold any) and …

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Victorian Business Support Measures & Rent Relief – July 2021

The State Government, in conjunction with the Federals, have announced a range of support measures to assist businesses and individuals affected by the lockdowns in …

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Your Knowledge Update – July 2021

Inside this month’s Your Knowledge Update; Lock-downs – What help is available, business in a post pandemic environment and 6 Member SMSFs, the issues and …

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Your Knowledge Update – June 2021

Inside this month’s Your Knowledge Update; what’s changing on 1 July 2021, work from home expenses under scrutiny, the risks of browsing Facebook and how …

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Victorian Government Circuit-Breaker Support

In respect of the statewide lockdown on the 27th May 2021, the State Government have made available the following grants to affected businesses: Business Costs …

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Changes to Employer Superannuation Requirements

After the recent announcement in the Federal Budget employers need to be aware of tweaks made in relation to their employee’s superannuation requirements. The government …

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Temporary Reduction in Minimum Pension Amounts

The Federal Government has recently announced changes affecting those people in retirement who hold pensions and annuities by extending the current superannuation minimum drawdown rates …

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Your EOFY Tax Tips!

Your EOFY Tax Tips! It’s nearly the 30th June 2021 – really, already?!  So here’s our advice on some plans you might consider before we …

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Your Knowledge Update – May 2021

Inside this month’s Your Knowledge Update; we look at the new lifetime Director ID regime and what it will mean to existing and new directors, …

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Recent Changes to Resignations of Company Directors

The process of resigning as a company director has now changed, following the adoption of new federal laws last year.  The Treasury Laws Amendment (Combating …

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Changes to Single Touch Payroll (STP) Concessions from 1st July 2021

Currently, small employers (19 or less) are exempt from reporting ‘closely held payees’ through Single Touch Payroll (STP).  Micro employers (4 or less) have also …

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