It’s becoming more and more common for people to spend at least a small portion of their time working from home. For this reason you may be entitled to claim deductions in your tax return for home office running expenses or home office occupancy expenses. But there is a distinct difference between the two claim…
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Novated leases. What are they? How do they work? Find out how salary-packaging a car might be a tax-effective option for you.
Are you an Uber driver? Beware the tax side effects! Uber drivers must have an ABN and be GST registered.
Do you have late, overdue tax returns? Are you feeling stressed and worried over tax matters? Let us help to put your mind at ease. We’re ready to help.
Find out who are the winners and losers of Federal Budget 2017.
Scammers continue to target both individual and business taxpayers. So how can individuals and businesses protect themselves from online fraud and crime?
If you recently have or ever plan to apply for certain tax offsets, concessions or government benefits, the basis for eligibility can be determined based on your “adjusted taxable income” (ATI).
Often, I am asked by clients “Why do I pay HECS in my tax return when my employer withholds HECS and pays it for me?” The answer is quite simple and this article explains exactly what happens with the extra tax deducted from your pay.
Taxpayers with two more income sources in a given financial year (simultaneously, or at separate times) need to beware of a possible tax trap caused by the tax-free threshold. This article outlines how the tax trap arises and what you can do to avoid it this financial year.