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Late client payments are having an increasingly significant impact on the personal finances of SME owners and often affecting their ability to cover basic business expenses, new research from MYOB has found.
SMSF practitioners are being urged to consider fresh estate planning issues that have surfaced since the proposed introduction of the $1.6 million pension cap.
The ATO has announced that, after consultation and collaboration with business taxpayers and industry representatives, it has developed what it calls a “safe harbour” mechanism for calculating car fringe benefits under the operating cost method.