‘Tax & Accounting’

Travelling to and from Your Investment Property

Tax & Accounting

From 1 July 2017, new rules came into effect that prevent taxpayers claiming a deduction for expenses they incur travelling to and from their residential investment property. The Government restricted travel deductions to curb “widespread […] Read more

Nov, 13, 2018

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Working from Home: What Deductions can you Claim?

Tax & Accounting

For a while now, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has been concerned about tax deductions individuals have been claiming for a whole host of expenses. The latest on their ‘hit list’ are home office expenses.  […] Read more

Oct, 15, 2018

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Clothing Deductions Hung Out to Dry

Tax & Accounting

The Australian Taxation Office is closely examining work-related clothing and laundry expense claims of taxpayers submitting their 2017-18 tax returns. The ATO says that clothing claims are up nearly 20% over the last five years […] Read more

Sep, 14, 2018

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An Issue Facing all PTY Contractors!

Tax & Accounting

Company Tax change still in Limbo An issue that many Pty Ltd Contractors, business owners and investors will need to grapple with is uncertainty on the tax rate that applies to companies for the year […] Read more

Jul, 17, 2018

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It’s Tax Time: Should You Use a Tax Agent or an Accountant?

Tax & Accounting

It may seem like it was only last month that you were collating receipts and preparing to lodge your Income tax return, and like many Australians you will probably make the same claims this year […] Read more

Jun, 13, 2018

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Tax Deductions: The Danger Zones

Tax & Accounting

In Australia, tax deductions are available for expenses incurred in producing assessable income. These are generally work-related deductions or investment related deductions. And, unlike some other countries, these expenses can be offset against taxable income […] Read more

Apr, 12, 2018

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