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RBA leaves rates on hold

Statement by Glenn Stevens, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 3.0 per cent. Global growth is forecast to be a little below average…

Paying minimum pension for SMSF

The tax office recently clarified what happens when the trustees fail to pay the minimum pension for a member for the financial year.  Where this occurs, the pension is considered to cease from the START…

R&D tax incentives

With a 45% refundable tax offset (equivalent to a 150% deduction) up for grabs it’s a wonder why more businesses don’t claim the R&D Tax incentive.  This generous tax deduction is available to businesses with…

Buying depreciating assets

If you need to buy depreciating assets in your business – computers, machinery, or cars - we’re about to give you a whole lot of reasons to go shopping. We’re often asked about the best…

Important changes for 2013

Changes for business From 1 July 2013, the upper age limit for superannuation contributions will be abolished. Employers will be required to contribute to the complying super funds of eligible mature age employees aged 70…

PPT receives a makeover

This week we completed the upgrade of our comprehensive new website. The new website was completed in conjunction with the re-branding of PPT, which is traditionally known as Prowse Perrin & Twomey. Director Glenn Palmer…

Office refurbishment now complete

This month PPT completed the renovation and refurbishment of their Lydiard Street offices. The extensive works included restorative work to the heritage listed facade and a brand new office fitout. Director Glenn Palmer said: "The…

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