Make 2022 a year of financial success

Make 2022 a year of financial success

With the new year upon us, now is the perfect time to make improvements and manage your finances better. Here are five things you can do to set yourself up for financial success in the new year. For more – Make 2022 a year of financial success

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2022: The year ahead

2022: The year ahead

2021 was supposed to mark the return to normality following the COVID pandemic. However, the pandemic has fundamentally altered our way of living and working. Get a glimpse of what to expect in the coming year: 2022 The year ahead

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The top Christmas tax questions

The top Christmas tax questions

Every year, we are asked about the tax impact of various Christmas or holiday related gestures. Click below to read the most frequently asked Christmas tax questions: The Top Christmas Tax Questions

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How to set up your Director ID

How to set up your Director ID

To all Directors, you may be aware, ASIC has recently announced that all Company Directors will be required to obtain a Director Identification Number as required by the Treasury Laws Amendment Act 2020.

With applications commencing November 2021, we’ve prepared a client guide to help you with FAQs including:

  • What is a director ID? 
  • Who needs a director ID? 
  • Timeframes for registration 
  • How to set up a director ID?  
  • Foreign directors and the director ID system  
  • Directors in name only 

For more, How to set up your Director ID

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If you have any questions or would like assistance regarding the Director ID requirements, please be sure to contact your advisor at PrimeAdvisory or call us on 02 9415 1511.

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Tax and the Normalisation of Cryptocurrency

Tax and the Normalisation of Cryptocurrency

In early November, the Commonwealth Bank announced that it is now Australia’s first bank to offer customers the ability to buy, sell and hold crypto assets, directly through the CommBank app. You know when the banks come on board, cryptocurrency has become normal.

But cryptocurrency is only one part of the blockchain universe. Non-fungible tokens or NFTs (fungible means interchangeable) are one-of-a-kind digital assets which are part of the Ethereum blockchain. An example is the CryptoKitties game that allows players to purchase, collect, breed, and sell unique virtual cats – and, before you laugh, the game transacted over $1 million in virtual cats in its first few days of launching.

NFTs are also rapidly rising in popularity in the art world because ownership of the asset is on the blockchain and in some cases, the artist can take a percentage of every transaction of that artwork – so, no more starving artists because they can generate an income from the asset over time not just on the first sale. A stellar example is the sale of an NFT artwork by the digital artist Beeple, which was sold at auction by Christies in March 2021 for $69 million (USD).

Let’s look at what the Australian Taxation Office has to say about some of the commonly asked questions about the implications of investing in blockchain.

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