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2017 Year End Tax Planning Guide

We are pleased to provide our year-end tax planning guide for 2017. Click the icon to download: Tax Planning should be done on a regular basis throughout the year.  However, these tips are especially relevant to consider just before the end of the financial year. Outlined below are a number of suggestions that may assist… [more]

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A Call for Help

  The lovely bud, so young, so fair Called off by earthy doom, Just came to show how sweet a flower In paradise could bloom…   Founding Partner of Hanrick Curran, Shane Curran, and his wife Janet dedicated the beautiful poem above for their daughter Jane, and did so with a heavy heart. After finishing… [more]

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Hotel Budget Considerations for 2017/2018

Hotel Budget Considerations for 2017/2018

It’s that time of year again when we book time with the accountant to plan for our financial year-end planning and start thinking about the budget for the year ahead. For the south east corner of the state, most hotels have had a good run over the last year, but quite a few of the… [more]

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HANRICK CURRAN AMONG INTERNATIONAL LEADERS AT GLOBAL BUSINESS CONFERENCES

Jamie Towers

Hanrick Curran’s Tax Partner and Asia Pacific Chairman, Jamie Towers is attending the Alliott Group 2017 EMEA Regional Conference in Berlin this week. The conference is focused on the latest developments and trends in global business, with accountant and lawyer member delegates of the Group sharing best practice to meet the needs of clients with… [more]

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2017/18 Federal Budget Superannuation Brief

Budget Superannuation

Treasurer Mr Scott Morrison has handed down his second Federal Budget and in a complete contrast to last year, there are no unexpected surprises for superannuation. Fund members, SMSF trustees and their advisers can all breathe a sigh of relief with the changes announced focussing largely on the Government’s housing affordability measures. This provides stability and… [more]

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2017/18 Federal Budget Tax Brief

The Federal Treasurer, Mr Scott Morrison handed down the 2017/2018 Federal Budget on 9 May 2017. As expected, it had a focus on housing affordability, education and the health system, but also included a significant infrastructure spend including $8.4 billion to develop an inland Melbourne to Brisbane freight rail network, plus significant spending on other… [more]

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