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THE TAX IMPLICATIONS OF WORKING FROM HOME – PART A

THE TAX IMPLICATIONS OF WORKING FROM HOME – PART A

In our changing world more of us are now choosing to undertake work at home either as an extension of our employment duties or as a basis for running a small business or generating some rental income. Due to both the complexity and the importance of understanding the...

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WHEN CAN I EXPECT TO RECEIVE MY 2019 TAX ASSESSMENT?

WHEN CAN I EXPECT TO RECEIVE MY 2019 TAX ASSESSMENT?

There are two significant changes this year that may delay the time when your tax return can be processed and assessed. If you are anticipating a tax refund, then be prepared for the refund to hit your bank account later than you may be expecting. 1) The Impact of...

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TAX UPDATE FOR RESIDENTIAL RENTAL PROPERTY INVESTORS

TAX UPDATE FOR RESIDENTIAL RENTAL PROPERTY INVESTORS

This month’s column should be of interest to readers who generate assessable income from residential rental properties. In particular this update will inform you of recent legislative changes that affect deductions for depreciation of plant and equipment and travel...

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THE IMPORTANCE OF APPOINTING POWERS OF ATTORNEY

THE IMPORTANCE OF APPOINTING POWERS OF ATTORNEY

In the September edition of The Diary in the feature section “Say I Do in Warrandyte”, Aaron Farr of the law practice Rush & Hampshire advised couples contemplating marriage to give thought to appointing Powers of Attorney (POAs) to manage your financial affairs...

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CHRISTMAS PARTIES – TAX TIPS FOR EMPLOYERS

CHRISTMAS PARTIES – TAX TIPS FOR EMPLOYERS

Christmas is rapidly approaching and those of us that are in business will be planning Christmas parties and maybe gifts and/or cash bonuses for employees and possibly gifts for clients and business associates. Therefore it is timely for this column to offer some tax...

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TAX TIPS FOR TRADIES

TAX TIPS FOR TRADIES

This month’s column is designed to assist taxpayers who are engaged in a trade as an employer, contractor or sub-contractor, apprentice or trainee. Am I an Employee or a Contractor? A key issue addressed in this month’s column is whether you are employed as an...

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