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 Timely Opportunities  
2019 Federal Budget: Special Edition  
On Tuesday, 2 April 2019, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg handed down the 2019–2020 Federal Budget. It proposes tax cuts for low and middle-income earners and record spending on health and education while delivering the first budget surplus in more than a decade, setting up its campaign for an imminent election. The Treasurer offered $158 billion in multi-year tax cuts primarily aimed at middle-income earners, on top of tax cuts last year of $144 billion, as the Coalition Government, which is trailing in opinion polls, tries to win over voters.
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 Superannuation and Financial Planning  
Bad Trustee Behaviour Can Lead To Disqualification  
A tribunal decision upholding the ATO's call to disqualify an SMSF trustee from acting as a trustee again is a reminder of the importance of SMSF trustee responsibilities. The case illustrates how a person can be disqualified not only for breaching superannuation laws, but also if they are not a "fit and proper person" to be a trustee.
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 Human Resources and Management  
Directors Liable for Company Tax Payments  
Tax law contains a penalty regime which makes directors of a company personally liable if their company has failed to comply with certain payment obligations – namely, failing to remit pay-as-you-go (PAYG) withholding amounts and superannuation for employees. It is diffcult to argue that notices are not valid, and newly appointed directors can also be penalised.
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