Allan Hall named finalist in 6 categories in the Australian Accounting Awards 2019
Allan Hall named finalist in 6 categories in the Australian Accounting Awards 2019
We are very excited to announce that Allan Hall Business Advisors has been named a finalist in the Australian Accounting Awards 2019 in the following 6 categories: Firm-wide Awards: Multi-service Firm of the Year SMSF Firm of the Year Employee Wellness Program of the Year Network of the Year (Alliott Group, the international association of […]
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Allan Hall finalist for SMSF and Accounting Awards
Allan Hall finalist for SMSF and Accounting Awards
Allan Hall is excited to announce that it was recently selected as a finalist in four categories at  the  prestigious  SMSF and  Accounting 2018 Awards, with Client Service Manager, Michael Bowman awarded SMSF and Accounting Professional of the Year for the Metropolitan region. The first of its kind, this nationwide industry event recognises  state based  performance in  SMSF  […]
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Planning your super contributions for tax time
Planning your super contributions for tax time
With the end of financial year fast approaching, now is the time to review your contribution and pension strategy to ensure that all superannuation contributions are made and all pension amounts are withdrawn prior to 30 June 2017. Here’s what you need to know: CONTRIBUTIONS Concessional Contributions Concessional contributions are before-tax contributions that include both […]
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Super opportunity for downsizers
Super opportunity for downsizers
After 1 July 2018, if you’re over 65 and sell your home, you can now put some of the money you receive into your super. How does it work? You can use the money from the sale of your house to make a ‘downsizer contribution’ to super of up to $300,000 or $600,000 for a […]
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The 2018-2019 Federal Budget has been announced – so what does it mean for you?
The 2018-2019 Federal Budget has been announced – so what does it mean for you?
On Tuesday 8 May 2018, the Federal Treasurer Mr Scott Morrison handed down the 2018-2019 budget. Whilst there was emphasis on bringing the budget back to surplus earlier than originally planned, as well as individual tax cuts, we have prepared a tax and superannuation brief to help break down all of the announcements and what […]
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First Home Super Saver Scheme (FHSSS) – A leg-up to home ownership for first home buyers?
First Home Super Saver Scheme (FHSSS) – A leg-up to home ownership for first home buyers?
It’s become a topic of daily conversation for many – the rising house prices in Australia and the impact on the first home buyer. Whether it’s discussed in the media, at a family bbq, or at the local café, it’s a conversation that many are having. As house prices continue to rise, so do the […]
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Retirement is different for everyone
Retirement is different for everyone
Today, with Australians living longer and healthier lives, the concept of retirement is very different to what it was only one generation ago. Not only that, but for each retiree, retirement is different. When planning your retirement, there are typically four areas that need to be considered. 1. Define your retirement vision Everyone has a […]
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Why should I contribute to Superannuation when it could all change?
Why should I contribute to Superannuation when it could all change?
This is such a common question we are hearing at the moment. “The government is always changing superannuation,” we hear people say. “It is one of my biggest concerns.” People are always uneasy about change and especially when it comes to their finances. Yes, the government has made changes to superannuation. And to a lot […]
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Five common super mistakes and how to avoid them
Five common super mistakes and how to avoid them
Your super is the key to having enough money to live comfortably in retirement. Yet many of us are letting our retirement dreams slip away by falling into some common, yet easy to prevent, super traps. Here are the top five super mistakes you should avoid. 1. Losing track of your super According to recent […]
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