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9 strategies to make the most of EOFY 2018

9 strategies to make the most of EOFY 2018

There are strategies for this EOFY which could reduce your tax bill while supporting other objectives such as charitable giving, insurances, personal or spouse super contributions, or asset purchases for business.

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The myth about Costello’s super generosity

Peter Costello’s 2007 changes made payments from superannuation tax free after age 60 for those who are fully retired. Is he responsible for making super unaffordable which is now forcing policy changes?

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Why 10/30/60 is no longer the rule

The old investment rule that assumed the majority of retirement income would come from late-stage earnings no longer applies when returns are low, placing more importance on early accumulation.

Who can make tax-deductible contributions?

Concessional contributions can include tax-deductible super contributions, where an individual claims a deduction. The ATO can confirm your eligibility which generally requires you to meet one of three conditions.

Understanding the bring forward rule

If you want to make the most of the recently increased superannuation personal contribution limits, here is a timely explanation of how to use the ‘bring forward’ rule to your advantage.

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