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Steven J Miller & Co Pty Ltd has relocated

Steven J Miller & Co Pty Ltd has relocated

The team at Steven J Miller & Co Pty Ltd has moved to exciting new premises in Erskineville. We can’t wait for you to visit us in our beautiful new space at: Suite 101, 18-20 Victoria Street Erskineville NSW 2043 PO Box 477 Erskineville NSW 2043 T: (02) 9560 3777 E: service@stevenjmiller.com.au Our telephone numbers and email address details remain…read more →

Do you lodge your tax returns on time?

Do you lodge your tax returns on time?

Do you want to reduce your likelihood of being in the Australian Taxation Office’s (ATO) spotlight? One way to achieve this is by getting your tax returns in on time. For self managed superannuation funds (SMSF) in particular, tax returns are a big issue.  If a fund fails to lodge a tax return on time it breaches section 35D of…read more →

What changed on 1 July?

What changed on 1 July?

For business Small businesses now have access to:   An immediate deduction for depreciating assets costing less than $6,500 (GST exclusive) An immediate deduction on the first $5,000 for new motor vehicles used for business purposes All other assets depreciated at 15% in the year of purchase and 30% in future years. Companies are now able to ‘carry back’ up…read more →

Private Health Insurance

Private Health Insurance

From 1 July 2012, the private health insurance rebate will be subject to an income test affecting singles earning above $84,000 and families above $168,000. A tiered approach has been introduced for incomes above these amounts with reductions for those earning up to $130,000 for singles and $260,000 for couples. People with incomes above this amount receive no rebate at…read more →

Changes to the Net Medical Expenses Rebate

Changes to the Net Medical Expenses Rebate

From 1 July 2012, the net medical expenses rebate that allows you to claim a 20% tax offset for out of pocket medical expenses above $2,060 will be means tested. For those with incomes above $84,000 (for singles) and $168,000 (for couples), the offset will only be available for out of pocket medical expenses in excess of $5,000 and will…read more →

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