21
MAR
Victorian 2019 Land Tax Assessments – higher than expected?
The Victorian State Revenue Office (SRO) is currently issuing land tax assessments for the 2019 land tax year.

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21
JAN
PAYG withholding: new penalties for non-compliance
To reduce business activity that takes place “under the radar” of the tax system, new laws commencing on 1 July 2019 will prevent businesses from claiming deductions for payments to employees and certain contractors if they fail to comply with their pay-as-you-go (PAYG) withholding and reporting obligations.

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20
NOV
FBT on work Christmas parties and gifts
With Christmas fast approaching, the ATO has reminded employers and business owners about the potential FBT implications of providing office Christmas parties and gifts to employees.

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8
OCT
Are you an Australian resident for tax purposes?
In this global interconnected world, many Australians will no doubt leave Australia to work in many different countries in a vast array of professions. However, just because you leave Australia for a period time, that does not mean that your Australian tax obligations are no longer relevant.

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07
SEPT
Our payment options are changing
We are pleased to announce that we have updated our online payment portal to provide our clients with several options for paying our fees.

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20
AUG
Small business tax concessions
Businesses that satisfy a turnover threshold may qualify as a small business entity. The advantages of being a small business entity include access to a range of tax concessions.

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07
AUG
Fuel tax credit rates increase
The ATO has announced that fuel tax credit rates increased on 1 August 2018 in line with fuel excise indexation.

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03
AUG
It follows: higher education debts
Did you know that your higher education debts under the Higher Education Loan program (HELP), Trade Support Loan (TSL) or the Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS) debts follow you wherever you go in the world?

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18
JUL
Beware of clothing deductions this tax time
Beware of work-related clothing and laundry expense claims this tax time, the ATO is cracking down on individuals making unsubstantiated and exaggerated claims.

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30
APR
FBT: what you should be aware of
With the FBT lodgement deadline fast approaching, we give you some tips on areas of FBT which may need particular attention, such as motor vehicles, employee contributions, the living-away-from-home allowance, car parking and the employer rebate.

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