For many, the 2016 Budget is one of the most anticipated in some time. Changes to government, a slowing economy and non-stop tax rumours have resulted in uncertainty about what may be coming. Media and business commentators have predicted changes to the tax system, including superannuation, will result from the 2016-17 Federal Budget. How will these changes impact you and your business? What are the practical applications of these changes? We will review the specific opportunities and issues that will impact you and your business and include a run-down of year-end tax planning strategies for individuals, companies and trusts.
Presented by RSM Australia's Directors David Johnston and Katie Timms, this session will give you detailed insight into the potential implications of the 2016-17 Federal Budget and the effect on Self Managed Superannuation Funds.
|Katie Timms - Director, Superannuation Solutions|
|Katie heads the Superannuation team in RSM’s Perth office, working with a combination of regional and metropolitan clients, providing assistance with technical matters and ongoing compliance requirements. She is regularly consulted for advice on pension strategies, asset acquisitions strategies and other technical matters. Katie acts as a technical expert for all rural offices. Katie provides regular technical updates for the Institute of Public Accountants and has also presented for the Institute of Chartered Accountants and the Tax Institute. She has also provided articles on a variety of superannuation issues for The West Australian, Farm Weekly and the Australian Financial Review. Katie is a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA), Self Managed Super Fund Professionals of Australia (SPAA) certified adviser and also holds an Advanced Diploma in Superannuation.
|David Johnston - Director, Business Advisory|
David is a Director in RSM’s business advisory division in Perth. David provides general accounting and taxation advice to a wide range of clients in various industry sectors. David is a Chartered Tax Adviser with the Taxation Institute of Australia and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and New Zealand. He has significant experience in all areas of taxation, including income tax, fringe benefits tax, GST and capital gains tax.
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