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MMT Accountants + Advisers is a firm that prides itself in providing the highest level of professional service to its clients in all facets of their financial and business situations including financial reporting, accounting, taxation planning, auditing and superannuation. The firm’s success is based on seeing its clients succeed, grow and create wealth from their endeavours.
MMT Accountants + Advisers was established in 1980 at Caringbah and in 1985 relocated to Hurstville. As a result of firm growth and the successful integration of other accounting practices, MMT expanded to include an office in Sydney CBD and is considered a leading practice in the St George and Sutherland Shire Area.
MMT Accountants + Advisers has a new financial planning arm - offering a diversified financial advice service integrated into the accounting process.
MMT Financial Solutions (MMTFS) is headed up by economist, accountant and financial planner Stephen Caswell and has received its Australian Financial Services License (AFSL 458115) from ASIC. MMTFS is independently owned and free from the influence of any large bank, insurance company, or financial institution; its intention is to provide clients with a holistic approach to their financial future.Read more...
In the August 2012 edition of Advance we advised that non-residents with Australian assets needed to consider the impact of the announcement in the Australian Federal Budget of the removal of the 50% Capital Gains Tax (CGT) discount for non-residents on capital gains accrued after 7.30pm (AEST) on 8 May 2012. Prior to the announcement, non-resident individuals and trusts were eligible for the 50% CGT discount on these gains where these assets were held for greater than 12 months.Read more...
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