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March 2018 Newsletter

March 2018 Newsletter

Current as of March 2019

 

FAMILY TRUSTS – HOW TO USE FOR ASSET PROTECTION
We have been discussing with a client recently about how to use their Family Trust for Asset Protection. There are some very important issues to be considered in relation to the use of Trusts in this area.

If this area is relevant to you please click here to view our full article and contact your client manager to discuss.

 

TAX ISSUES FOR CRYPTOCURRENCIESThe world is fascinated with cryptocurrencies.  While they have been around for several years now, the recent growth and volatility of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has meant they’re now frequently in the news.

If you currently own or are thinking of purchasing some cryptocurrencies, please click here to read our full article in relation to the ATO’s view on the area.

 

TRANSITION TO RETIREMENT INCOME STREAMS (“TRIS”) – ONCE A TRIS ALWAYS A TRIS
Transition to Retirement Income Streams (“TRIS”) allow individuals to access their superannuation benefits prior to retirement or without having to terminate their employment.

Are you looking at retirement?  Could you be eligible for a TRIS?

Please click here to read our full article and contact your client manager should you need further clarification.

 

XERO NEWS AND ADDONS

Do you have Xero or are you looking at converting to Xero?

At S&W we have been helping clients implementing and working with Xero for years. There are always new developments happening in this area.  In this article we have listed the latest news and updates relating to Xero.

 

AUDIT, ASSURANCE, OR SOMETHING IN BETWEEN?

In recent times, the audit profession has become the subject of increased scrutiny and questions around its purpose, capability and quality of output.

Our article goes into more detail on Assurance services and how they can benefit a business.

 

DISCLAIMER
This newsletter has been produced by Stanley & Williamson as a service to its clients and associates. The information contained in the newsletter is of general comment only and is not intended to be advice on any particular matter. Before acting on any areas contained in this newsletter, it is imperative you seek specific advice relating to your particular circumstances. Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation. 

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