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How Do Interest Rates Affect Your Investments?

How Do Interest Rates Affect Your Investments?

Interest rates are an important financial lever for world economies. They affect the cost of borrowing and the return on savings, and it makes them an integral part of the return on many investments. It can also affect the value of the currency, which has a further trickle-down effect on other investments.
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Non Deductible Threshold Removed for Self Education

Non Deductible Threshold Removed for Self Education

The government has reintroduced and passed a raft of measures that faced an uncertain fate when the House of Representatives was dissolved and the Senate prorogued due to the calling of the Federal Election earlier this year. One of these measures that have recently passed all stages is the removal of the $250 non-deductible threshold for work-related self education expenses, which will apply to assessments for the 2022-23 income year and onwards.
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Sharing Economy Reporting Regime Commences Soon

Sharing Economy Reporting Regime Commences Soon

As a part of the government’s strategy to combat the tax compliance risks posed by the sharing economy, it has now legislated requirements for operators of electronic distribution platforms to provide information on transactions made through their platforms to the ATO. 
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Guide To Business Grants

Guide To Business Grants

It’s been a tough few years for many businesses, with the pandemic and natural disasters, especially small business owners.

Finding funds and expertise for business development can be challenging for smaller organisations. Even larger and successful firms can find it difficult to put together the cash and know-how to keep a business expanding.

That’s where a grant of funds or professional support can come to the rescue.

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Varying PAYG Instalments

Varying PAYG Instalments

Pay as you go (PAYG) instalments are prepayments of your expected income tax for the year. If your total PAYG instalments will be more, or less, than your expected tax for the year, for example because your financial situation changes, you can vary the amount of the instalments.
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