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24
May
  • Posted By : Administrative
  • Category: Capital Gain Tax
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WHAT ARE THE CGT EXEMPTIONS FOR COLLECTABLES?

Capital Gains Tax (CGT) applies to the capital gain made on the disposal of any asset, except for specific exemptions such as main residence, personal use items, collectables depreciating assets, good...

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24
May
  • Posted By : Administrative
  • Category: Superannuation
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EXPLAIN CHANGE IN ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR CO-CONTRIBUTIONS

Super co-contribution is to help those people on lower or middle incomes to boost their retirement savings. The Australian Government has established the Superannuation Co-Contribution scheme for thes...

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24
May
  • Posted By : Administrative
  • Category: Income
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WHAT ARE DISENTITLING EVENT? EXPLAIN THE DISENTITLING EVENTS IN CASE OF TRUSTS?

'Disentitling event' occurs when a taxpayer who would otherwise be eligible to elect to spread abnormal income over a period of years may become ineligible. A disentitling event happens if:...

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24
May
  • Posted By : Administrative
  • Category: Income
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ANCILLARY FUNDS RETURN AND THE TYPES OF ANCILLARY FUNDS

Ancillary funds are special kinds of funds from donors that are received by organisations as Deductible Gift Recipients (DGRs), which are considered as tax deductible donations. Ancillary funds don’...

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24
May
  • Posted By : Administrative
  • Category: General Tax Topic
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WHAT IS CONSOLIDATION? WHAT ARE THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR CONSOLIDATION?

Consolidation is treated as a group of wholly owned or majority-owned companies that can operate as a single entity for income tax purposes. The purpose of consolidation is to decrease the organisat...

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