Taxation

Small Business Tax Audit Triggers

As the pandemic and associated stimulus now subside, the Government, via the ATO, will be making it a priority to increase revenue collections and reduce

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How do high income earners reduce taxes in Australia?

taxes have become increasingly more complex and permeate our personal, business, investment, retirement, and estate planning and leads to the topic of how to minimise

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What is Family Tax Benefit & is it Taxable Income?

With the rising costs of raising children, the Government's Family Tax Benefit can be a welcomed payment for some families. This article looks at if

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Four Ways To Invest For Retirement

There are many ways to invest for retirement but breaking the solution down into some of the more common ways, makes the process less overwhelming.

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is my foreign income taxable in australia

IS MY FOREIGN INCOME TAXABLE IN AUSTRALIA?

As an individual Australian tax resident, you’re taxed on your worldwide income. YES, all of it! At the outset it is important to distinguish if you

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Prepare for a Financial Audit

How do I prepare for a financial audit for my organisation? What is an audit on my financial statements? Should I be worried about an

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What Can You Claim Working From Home?

The impact of COVID-19 on people working from home has been significant. If you are working from home, you’ll be incurring additional costs and it’s

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What is GST turnover, Should you register for GST & How to calculate GST

Do you know what GST turnover is and how to calculate the GST you owe? Do you know when you need to register for GST

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Nsw State Budget Summary

NSW State Budget Summary

This week the NSW Treasurer announced the NSW State Budget. This is an analysis of some of the most critical points for you in a

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ATO Resumes Business Audit Activity

The ATO estimates only 4% of the taxpayers reviewed are deliberately engaging in shadow (or black) economy behavior. But this group (together with a cohort

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