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No more dodging tax: New share economy reporting rule set to begin

The individuals who participate in the share economy such as Uber, Deliveroo & Airbnb will no longer be able to escape their tax obligations as the government determines the implementation of a legislation for a new compulsory reporting regime.

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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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Tax exemption for ‘granny flat’ arrangements

To protect older Australians, the Government has moved to formalise ‘granny flat arrangements’ by providing an incentive to protect all parties in the arrangement.

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The Tax Handling of Cryptocurrencies in Australia

Cryptocurrency has been the term on everyone’s mind lately, the ATO is figuring out how to be sure that investors and traders aren’t dodging their taxation responsibilities.

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Did someone say there are tax cuts coming?!?

1 July 2018 is the start date for the seven year income tax plan announced in the recent 2018-19 Federal Budget. But who gets the tax cuts from 1 July?

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Business – What’s changing on 1 July 2018

Here are the key changes coming up for business on 1 July 2018.

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Individuals – What’s changing on 1 July 2018

These are the main changes ahead for individuals from July 1 2018.

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Small Business Tax, Tax

Tax Planning Tips – 2018

Here are our top five tax planning tips for 2018. It’s early June now, and a perfect time to go over these tips.

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Small Business Tax Advice

Tax Planning Tips – 2018

Tax Planning Tips for 2018 from Tax Champions: 1. Bloody Get it Done 2. Defer or Bring forward Income 3. Write Off Assets less than $20,000 4. Contribute to Super 15% Benefit 5. Restructure – This one is a MUST for some

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One-off Super Guarantee Amnesty

Employers that have fallen behind with their superannuation guarantee (SG) obligations will have 12 months to “self-correct” under a new amnesty announced late last month.

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Proposed Research and Development Tax Incentive Changes

Unfortunately the aim to save $2.4B over 4 years has complicated the Research and Development Tax Incentive Scheme (R&DTI) for companies with a turnover over $20M & reduced the benefits for the majority of claimants.

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Property

WITHHOLDING GST AS AT 1 JULY 2018

As of 1 July 2018 there is another change to how new residential property sales are treated. Purchasers will now need to withhold GST from the purchase price on behalf of the vendor, and remit it to the ATO.

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