There will never be a better time

Sanderson, Tim
March 2009
Money Management;3/19/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p14
Trade Publication
The article discusses the strategies and suggestions that can help minimize tax payments with maximized tax deductions for clients in preparation for the financial year ending on June 30, 2009. The suggested strategies include taking advantage of the proposed small business investment allowance, transitional in-house tax benefit rule that gives opportunities for small businesses to make new investments, super contribution options, and gearing with interest payments that are tax deductible.


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