HENSON LLOYD INVITES YOU TO…..
Breast Cancer : The Hidden Secret Awareness Breakfast
A new era for Breast Cancer Screening & Prevention.
THURSDAY 18TH OF OCTOBER
7:45am for 8:00am Start
150 GLEN OSMOND ROAD FULLARTON SA 5064
Guest Speaker – Dr. Stephen Birrell
Discussing how high mammography breast density lowers the sensitivity of breast cancer screening and increases breast cancer risk.
For more info, please visit www.wellendhealth.com
We hope you can join us for our Breast Cancer Awareness Breakfast. Please remember to RSVP at your earliest convenience.
At Henson Lloyd we have recently donated $2000.00 to the Buy a Bale campaign to support our Aussie Farmers in their time of need.
The Buy a Bale campaign is part of the charity Rural Aid, formed by Charles and Tracy to expand services and support to rural communities not only suffering through natural disasters but communities that need help remaining in existence, our rural communities are disappearing and need help.
For more information about the Buy a Bale campaign visit https://www.buyabale.com.au
Wayne’s comment: Unfortunately, the recent Government delays in passing company tax rate legislation, has created much confusion in this area, and in certain cases, a review and possible amendments may be required for previously lodged tax returns.
In the last week of the August Parliamentary sittings, the controversial corporate tax cut plan for the big end of town (i.e., companies with an aggregated turnover of over $50 million) was defeated.
In addition, long-awaited legislation impacting the company tax and franking rates for small to medium companies (i.e., introducing a new ‘base rate entity passive income test’ from the 2018 income year to qualify for the lower 27.5% tax rate) was passed.
This legislation was particularly relevant for company rates applicable to passive investment and ‘bucket’ companies, which may now need to reconsider earlier lodged 2018 company tax returns, as well as the amount of franking credits attached to dividends paid from 1 July 2017.
Additionally, consideration may also need to be given to the company tax rates (and in certain circumstances, the franking rates) previously applied with respect to the 2016 and 2017 income years.
This is in light of the recently issued ATO compliance and administrative approaches for the 2016, 2017 and 2018 income years.
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal has upheld amended assessments issued by the ATO to a beauty technician, based on the high volume of money passing through the taxpayer’s various accounts when compared with the modest income she had included in her tax returns.
For example, in the 2015 income year, the taxpayer had declared income of $61,842, but the ATO’s analysis of her bank accounts, records of international money transfers, and casino data suggested she had spent $107,328.
Parliament has passed the legislation allowing first home buyers to save for a deposit inside superannuation through the First Home Super Saver Scheme (FHSSS), and also allowing older Australians to ‘downsize’ and then contribute the proceeds of the sale of their family home into superannuation.