The following articles have the tag tax
A superannuation expert discusses how to earn an income after you retire.
Scheme could enable greater wealth for all, with big benefits flowing to low-income earners.
‘Tax refunds are simply helping us to get by now,’ says Money.com.au spokesperson.
Older people working longer are being unfairly penalised for effectively trying to avoid pension poverty.
Squeals would be heard, but there would be relatively few squealers and they might be ...
‘Harsh tax’ hinders those who have responsibly saved to fund their own retirement, says ISA.
Comment: Government changes introduced in 2017 will eventually mean all of us will be taxed ...
Super industry lobby slams gender gap and generous tax treatment of the wealthy.
Government idea called “nothing less than a tax grab” by one industry expert and “farcical” ...
After the death of his father, Ken is helping his mother put financial assets in ...
Today’s 40-year-olds are paying twice as much to support retirees than boomers did at the ...
Cuts will see retirees fall further behind, writes Kaye Fallick.
Tax Practitioners Board warns that unregistered tax agents could cost victims dearly.
Tax refund could be yours by next week, says Treasurer.
Ted wants to know the maximum income he can earn without paying income tax.
Government may need to review its policy on refundable franking credits, says KPMG.
Rental property owners are being warned to ensure their claims are accurate this tax time.
The ATO has already received 40,225 reports of impersonation scams in 2019.
If the Government has its way, cruisers could soon be paying a ‘green tax’ on ...
What will the ATO be targeting come tax time this year?
Rice Warner suggests three alternatives to Labor’s franking credits policy.
Franking credits are being ‘rorted on an industrial scale’, says prominent economist.
Inquiry to test public response to franking credit policy now under scrutiny.
The losers from Labor’s capital gains tax policy aren’t all where you would expect them ...
Monica asks Noel Whittaker for feedback on how best to invest her nest egg.
The implications for pensioner couple in renting out a spare bedroom.
Tony Kaye explains the likely impact of the Labor Party’s plan on franking credits.
Noel Whittaker offers a solution that he says is working well.
InvestSMART warns: don’t put a high yield too far up your list of wants.
A survey of older Aussies finds little support for closing the franking credits loophole.
Labor’s unpopular franking credits policy has a new enemy.
Noel Whittaker tells Jane how to organise her assets to minimise taxes on her death.
Super rules are changing all the time. Here we tell you what you need to ...
The Australian Tax Office is targeting self-managed super funds.
What would encourage older Australians to work longer?
Noel Whittaker outlines the likely ramifications in sale of inherited house.
The tax office puts losses at $906 per person – and it wants to lower ...
Court orders 12-month suspended sentence for woman who defied the ATO.
Cryptocurrency and Uber claims join the income tax return hit list.
How to know if an estate needs to lodge an income tax return.
Can trusts keep avoiding $3.5b in taxes and Bill Shorten’s threats to make them pay?
The Government’s tax package promises short-term gains but long-term pain.
Now that the Budget 2018 dust has settled, we reveal what matters most for retirees.
‘Wealthy and big business not paying their fair share’.
The Government's defence of proposed company tax cuts is becoming untenable.
You may not realise you are owed a refund from company tax paid on your ...
The case for corporate tax cuts is flawed and will hurt ordinary Australians.
How the tax breaks and benefits favour the rich.
Peak bodies concerned that tax cuts would come at the expense of welfare.
The Department of Home Affairs wants you to pay for the cost of screening parcels.
The franking credits fiasco has become more complicated than necessary.
Labor's election win prompts Bill Shorten to forge ahead with unpopular tax grab.
Shorten to announce plan to save $59b over 10 years.
The list of Australian companies that don’t pay any tax is simply gobsmacking.
More people support increasing the company tax rate than decreasing it.
Maria wants to know if she can sell items on eBay without declaring it to ...
Expert advice on how to make your funds go further
Putting extra super away now will accelerate your nest egg’s growth
Centrelink snitches raise nearly $40 million in welfare debt.
Julie Bishop defends her use of taxpayer money to pay for her day at the ...
The taxman has many ways of extracting a share of your super.
Outspoken entrepreneur wants to raise company tax rate and cut immigration.
Pet owners save the taxpayer billions, prompting calls for compensation.
Recently, we asked your thoughts on tax and now you will be heard.
Parliamentary Budget Office report shows that the nation’s tax burden is now on you.
It’s the end of the financial year, and the beginning of a many money changes ...
Here are five weird tax deductions that are perfectly legitimate.
If you own a rental property, you’ll be in the ATO’s crosshairs come tax time.
The Australia Institute has calculated how much the bank levy will cost if it’s passed ...
30 ATO staff accessed members of the public's private data without authority.
Labor’s $3000 limit on accounting deductions will only hit millionaires.
The Australian Federal Police say ATO $165 million tax fraud is unprecedented.
The big banks are warning that any cost to them will be passed onto consumers.
Scott Morrison has refused to provide economic modelling on company tax cuts.
Labor questions the PM giving millionaires a $16,400 handout at the expense of the poor.
Ken is confused about how his Age Pension and income stream are taxed.
Australians are being warned that the ATO is tracking online sources of income.
After its system crashed, online ATO services remain unavailable to customers.
The Government backflips on its plans for a 32.5 per cent tax on backpacker workers.
Scrapping the $500,000 lifetime cap will only benefit rich Australians.
The Treasurer claims there are too few taxpayers helping to reduce the deficit.
Treasurer Scott Morrison sheds more light on ‘life event’ super cap exemptions.
Do you pay for an accountant to do your taxes? Why not try myTax – ...
The start of the financial year is a great time to hit reset on your ...
Labor is being accused of keeping voters in the dark about its plans for superannuation.
The Australian Tax Office tells taxpayers what it’s targeting come tax time.
Private health insurance cover can reduce your tax burden.
The Government has announced tougher laws to target tax avoidance.
How will the Government’s 2016 Budget affect real people?
Big changes to how the Government plans to tax superannuation may be on the way.
Fifty prominent Australians have called on the Government not to cut the company tax rate.
The UK has announced that it will implement a sugar tax within two years.
ACOSS has handed the Government a plan to save around $9.5 billion a year.
The latest Newspoll results suggest a GST increase won’t be well received.
A new report suggests that the capital gains tax exemption for the main residence should ...
ISA has called for the May 2015 budget pension changes to be wound back.
The Turnbull Government may now be targeting super tax instead of raising the GST.
If Labor wins the next Federal Election, it will implement more tax increases on tobacco.
The Prime Minister has denied suspending work on the tax white paper.
Financial Services Inquiry head, David Murray, has called for the new PM to rethink super.
Here are 10 ways to reduce your financial concerns in retirement.
Major groups are calling on Canberra to stay open-minded about tax reform.
The Government plans to increase the GST on imported products purchased online.
Joe Hockey announced that he would like to promise tax cuts at the next federal ...
Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey has put an increase in GST back on the agenda.
The new financial year is a good time to get back on track.
Aussie taxpayers are having difficulties with the ATO’s new online tax system.
Pension changes, new taxes on multinationals and GST on online sales are expected.
Peter Costello has warned the government against tinkering with our superannuation system.
The super rich could soon see an end to tax concessions on their superannuation incomes.
A discussion paper calls for lower, simpler and fairer taxes.
Information provided by Centrelink People of Age Pension age (or their ...
Multinationals continue to shift profits offshore to avoid paying tax.
Kevin Rudd’s plan to a bank deposit tax could see savers slugged on interest.
Alan has heard that Capital Gains Tax may be introduced on the sale of ...
A new measure will ensure that unclaimed super will go to the Australian Tax Office
Getting caught out paying too much into super can result in a hefty and unexpected ...
Craig Hall of the National Information Centre for Retirement Investments INC (NICRI) has some advice ...
Medicare rebates will now be paid electronically. How will this money be assessed?
With tax time approaching, do you need to complete a tax return and if ...
Selling on eBay? You may be forced to declare this extra income
Yesterday I was privileged to again attend the Budget Lock-up, but what exactly is a ...
YOURLifeChoices subscriber Ronnie is based in the US and would like to ...
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