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There could be confusion about the tax implications for taxpayers who take advantage of offshore working opportunities.
As the government regards the small business sector as central to the economy, it has introduced a range of tax concessions.
A lot of small businesses fail because they don't plan the tax side of things well enough, so avoid these tax mistakes.
Fuel tax credit rates have increased for fuel acquired from 1 August 2015, due to a rise in the Consumer Price Index.
The concept of a "going concern" tax exemption for GST purposes can still cause confusion when businesses are sold.
There are Grants, Market Support and Contacts available to help all businesses grow and take advantage of opportunities.
The Tax Office has flagged that it will pay attention to specific work-related expenses, instead of certain professions.
There is scope to access some of the retirement savings in your super fund under a Transition to Retirement arrangement.
By Martin Fowler
This Moore Stephens Market Update on the Australian and International economy discusses the recent market correction.
By Jamie Arnott
If Australian super funds are not also registered QROPS funds, UK pension transfers could carry up to a 55% transfer tax.
By Dorothy Yip
You should start to consider how these proposed changes may impact your personal circumstances to make plans accordingly.
By Jamie Arnott
The 2015-16 Budget did not introduce changes to the taxation of superannuation, and announced only minor policy changes.
The attached publication summarizes the corporate and personal tax systems of ten countries in the Asia Pacific region.
The tax principles that apply to an investment property also apply to a holiday house, if it is leased or rented out.
These misconceptions about deductions have all been believed to be claimable, but have been rejected by the Tax Office.
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