Tax Advice For Doctors

Tax Advice For Doctors

Tax Advice For Doctors Doctors, your dynamic and rewarding career in the medical industry also means that you’re considered to be high income earners, therefore falling into a higher tax bracket. When it comes to your specific deductions, inferences and tax responsibilities – you’ll require a proactive, strategic financial plan that best suits your specific
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Research & Development (R&D) Tax Incentives: Applications Now Open

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If your business is innovative, engaged and focused on investing in the future – the time to act is now! If your company fits the above criteria, it’s likely that you’re eligible for a R&D Government Tax Incentive and a proportion of your business expenditure is therefore eligible for a tax offset. There’s no better
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Labor’s Tax Changes Video – Changes to Taxing of Trusts

Mark from Wilson Pateras explains Labors proposed changes to Taxing of Trusts. If you would like further information contact us on 03 8419 9800 or visit wilsonpateras.com.au.   Changes to Trusts A minimum tax rate of 30% to all distributions from discretionary trusts to beneficiaries over 18 years old The higher of the beneficiaries marginal
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Tax Planning 2019 – Minimising Your Tax

  With the end of financial year (EOFY) approaching quickly, NOW is the time to discuss with us the actions you can take before 30 June to reduce your tax and grow your wealth. For 2019, key priorities are likely to be: Maximising superannuation contributions without exceeding the relevant caps Bringing forward deductible expenses Deferring
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Opportunities to save tax with super contributions

In the lead-up to 30 June 2019, we want you to be aware of opportunities to save tax with super contributions. This is tax planning advice, not financial advice, so if you are interested in this strategy, please contact our office to speak with one of our licensed financial advisors before you do anything.  
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The ALP’s Tax Reforms – Proposed Changes to Franking Credits Explained

In March 2018, the Australian Labor Party (ALP) released a plan to end cash refunds for excess franking credits for individuals and superannuation funds, aiming to save $11.4bn over four years. In today’s blog, Wilson Pateras’ Mark Forte unpacks the Australian Labor Party’s proposed changes, highlighting how Wilson Pateras can support you through these changes.
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