Author: Janet Kohan

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Blog, Tax

Work from home expenses under scrutiny & the perils of browsing Facebook

If you worked from home during lockdown and spent money on work related items that were not reimbursed by your employer, you might be able to claim some of these expenses as a deduction – but not everything you purchase can be claimed.

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Small Business, Tax

ATO chases $172bn in undeclared contractor income

The ATO has urged businesses to come clean on $172 billion worth of payments to contractors as it gets tough on non-compliance with the taxable payments reporting system.

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Tax deductions for investing in your business

Stimulating investment is high on the Government’s agenda but when it comes to second-hand assets, the rules are a bit different depending on the size of the business.

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Community Support

What now? Where to get help if you need it

The COVID-19 crises has left many individuals and businesses needing a little help – but no matter where you are, there are plenty of options to help you out.

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Dinning for Details – Why personal information is on the menu
Small Business

Dining for Details – Why personal information is on the menu

The Victoria State Government have eased a vast majority of its stage three COVID-19 restrictions as of 1 June 2020. The changes however, come with a new condition.

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Small Business

How to know if your worker is an employee or a contractor.

Determining whether your worker is an employee or a contractor can often be a challenging task.

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Small Business, SMSF

ATO Gets Serious About Super Guarantee Obligations

New data has enlightened the ATO of certain businesses that may not be meeting their superannuation obligations.

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