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MASTERCLASS Investment – Franking Credits, Franked Dividends, Imputed tax credits – what they mean

In Australia and several other countries, if a company pays tax on the profit/earnings and distributes some or all to shareholders as dividends, they are known as Franked Dividends. If the corporation has not paid tax, they are Un-Franked Dividends. … Continue reading

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Basics about Super – Tips to tidy up your Super and how to PLAN for a better retirement!

Most of us are pushed for time to think about our super or know how to plan for a better retirement – but it is not hard and the satisfaction you get knowing you have set in place some strategies … Continue reading

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NEWS – ATO watch list 2017 – SMSF items on radar to note – property development, second SMSF, excess contributions, reserves

A report at SMSF Advisor by Katarina Taurian, highlights new ATO watch list items on their radar to take note of (our emphasis added) – The tax office has added a series of new items of concern to its watch list … Continue reading

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Masterclass SMSF – What happens when a member dies and what are SMSF dependents?

When a member of a SMSF dies, SIS Reg 6.21(1) directs that the member’s benefits must be ‘cashed’ as soon as practicable. The money is then paid by either a lump sum payout to dependants or to the estate, or … Continue reading

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CASE STUDY – Chelsea over 50yo – Wanted to control her super as a single mum

Chelsea was a single parent who never re-married, but devoted her life to supporting and raising her 4 children. Not only that, one daughter was a special-needs child with Down’s Syndrome. But she was the love of their lives, of … Continue reading

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