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A Labor Government on Tax & Super

A Labor Government on Tax & Super

In general, taxpayers are able to deduct from their assessible income any expenses they incur generating or producing that income. An investment is negatively geared when the cost of owning the asset is more than the return. Negative gearing is not limited to property but can apply to other assets such as shares.

Superannuation reform and its impact on you

Superannuation reform and its impact on you

The wide ranging superannuation reforms originally announced in the 2016-17 Federal Budget have passed Parliament.

As the majority of the reforms start from 1 July 2017, it’s important to consider how these might impact on you and whether you need to take any action before then.