Taxation

April 2019: The approach to tax when you’re working from home

Working from home, while always an option, has become more viable as technology has developed to enhance connectivity. The ATO is fully on-board with regard to work-related deductions for working from home, but of course has set certain parameters for making claims. Business success can pivot on the quality of staff, so ensuring they are …

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December 2018: Do you need an agreement with your business?

Compensation for financial wrong-doings, such as has been uncovered by the Royal Commission, may still attract tax. And with any investment, there are taxation issues to consider along the way. We also look at the ATO’s use of “taxpayer alerts”, and the ins and outs of partnership agreements. Please click here for more information. Please …

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September 2018: Self Employed? You could claim a deduction for saving for your retirement

There’s a new option in place for self employed Australians to be better able to save for retirement, but another change to the superannuation rules (in the SMSF arena) could lessen the appeal of borrowing to invest. We look at a GST apportioning option to cover private use, and also the compliance steps that may …

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August 2018: Lodgement Rates & Thresholds Guide 2018/19

To save you having to laboriously search for the right tax rate or relevant threshold, the essential information is right here in one place. This guide includes tax rates, offset limits and benchmarks, rebate levels, allowances, and essential super as well as FBT rates and thresholds (including current gross-up factors) and student loan repayment rates. …

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