• In business it is sometimes difficult to find the time to keep abreast of the multitude of changes. CIB can provide some assistance with regular newsletters that summarise relevant and important updates and changes.
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  • CIB Newsletters will be forwarded to you automatically upon their release.
  • Winter Newsletter 2017

    Please find linked below, the CIB Winter newsletter for 2017. We discuss: Family Assistance & Child Care, Rebate Payments, GIC & SIC Rates, Private Health Insurance Rebate & Medicare Surc..
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  • Summer Newsletter 2016

    Please find linked below, the CIB summer newsletter for 2016. We discuss: Christmas Gifts & Parties, Last Chance for 5% HELP Repayment Bonus, Major Superannuation Changes, Cyber Security Tips, GIC & S..
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  • Spring Newsletter 2016

    Please find linked below, the CIB Spring Newsletter for 2016, we discuss: Work Related Deductions, GIC & SIC Rates, TFN Declaration Forms, The Sharing Economy, Foreign Investor Surcharge on NSW Stamp..
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  • Winter Newsletter 2016

    Please find linked below, the CIB Winter Newsletter for 2016, we discuss: Small Business Benchmarks, General Interest Charge and Shortfall Interest Charge rates for the fourth quarter of the 2015-16 f..
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  • Autumn Newsletter 2016

    Please find linked below, the CIB Autumn Newsletter for 2016, we discuss: Car Expense Changes, FBT Exemption changes, Are you Super Stream ready?, Fuel Tax Credits, New CIB Partners and To Fix or Not ..
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  • Summer Newsletter 2015

    Please find a link below to the CIB Summer Newsletter for 2015, We discuss: The School Kids Bonus, Activity Statement & myGov Accounts, Time Limit on GST & Fuel Tax Credits, Superannuation Preservatio..
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  • Spring Newsletter 2015

    Please find below a link to the CIB Spring Newsletter - 2015. In this newsletter we discuss apps to assist with business planning, the NSW small business grant for new employees, ATO Voice Authenti..
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  • Preservation, Pension and You

    A lot of people refer to 55 being the age that a Transition to Retirement Pension(TRAP) or Account Based Pension is able to be started, this is not exactly the case. It is actually the Pres..
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