Planning for Division 293 Tax? Understanding Your Super Tax

Apr 24, 2024

Division 293 tax is an additional tax imposed by the Australian government on high-income earners in addition to the normal taxes they pay. Division 293 tax is calculated separately from income tax and is specifically applied to concessional superannuation contributions that exceed the concessional contributions cap or to an individual’s income for surcharge purposes that exceeds the Division 293 threshold (currently at $250,000).

Income Splitting for Medical Practitioners

Mar 29, 2023

The medical industry has a large number of high-income earners and this attracts the attention of the ATO, especially where income splitting is concerned. The characteristic of income in this industry is largely for the personal services of practitioners/specialists whose income generally fall into higher individual marginal tax brackets.