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Get rid of payroll tax, red tape: Taxpayers small business roundtable
Monday, 8 February 2016
The office of the Small Business Commissioner heard concerns from Taxpayers Australia members on a range of issues.
Members set to reap the best of both premium tax resources
Thursday, 4 February 2016
Users of Xero products in the future can look forward to accessing the thorough and straightforward guidance for which Taxpayers Australia has rightly gained a widely recognised reputation.
Boats, planes, cars, horses, art… data matching to uncover wealth
Thursday, 4 February 2016
The Tax Office has announced that it is working with insurance providers to identify Australians with policies covering an expanded range of asset classes.
Automatic cancelling of the ABNs of inactive trusts
Thursday, 4 February 2016
From February onwards, the registrar of the Australian Business Register will begin cancelling the Australian business numbers (ABNs) of certain trusts.
Members set to reap the best of both premium tax resources
Thursday, 4 February 2016
Users of Xero products in the future can look forward to accessing the thorough and straightforward guidance for which Taxpayers Australia has rightly gained a widely recognised reputation.
Boats, planes, cars, horses, art… data matching to uncover wealth
Thursday, 4 February 2016
The Tax Office has announced that it is working with insurance providers to identify Australians with policies covering an expanded range of asset classes.
Automatic cancelling of the ABNs of inactive trusts
Thursday, 4 February 2016
From February onwards, the registrar of the Australian Business Register will begin cancelling the Australian business numbers (ABNs) of certain trusts.
Are SMSF death beneficiaries to lose a contributions tax pay-back?
Thursday, 4 February 2016
The tax-free status of payments made to financially dependant death benefit recipients could be heading to the scrap heap.
Members set to reap the best of both premium tax resources
Thursday, 4 February 2016
Users of Xero products in the future can look forward to accessing the thorough and straightforward guidance for which Taxpayers Australia has rightly gained a widely recognised reputation.
Boats, planes, cars, horses, art… data matching to uncover wealth
Thursday, 4 February 2016
The Tax Office has announced that it is working with insurance providers to identify Australians with policies covering an expanded range of asset classes.
Automatic cancelling of the ABNs of inactive trusts
Thursday, 4 February 2016
From February onwards, the registrar of the Australian Business Register will begin cancelling the Australian business numbers (ABNs) of certain trusts.
Are SMSF death beneficiaries to lose a contributions tax pay-back?
Thursday, 4 February 2016
The tax-free status of payments made to financially dependant death benefit recipients could be heading to the scrap heap.
Should I use a BAS agent, accountant, or tax agent?
Wednesday, 14 October 2015
Running a successful start-up often comes down to knowing when to call for help. Getting the right help means getting things done the right way quickly, and when it comes to tax, it pays to be swift and accurate. So what kind of professional should you go with?
Four rental property deductions under scrutiny this tax season
Tuesday, 4 August 2015
This tax time the Tax Office is specially targeting excessive or inappropriate deductions made by rental property owners. Don't get caught out.
The quick and easy way to keep track of your deductions — all year
Monday, 20 July 2015
The Tax Office has released a new app to help individuals record and manage income tax and work-related expense deductions over an annual period.
Imagine Australian taxpayers as a village of 100 people
Monday, 22 June 2015
To put some colour into otherwise dreary data, the Tax Office’s statisticians decided to condense all the information they have on us and present this in terms of an imaginary small village made up of 100 people.