It’s well known that the cost of getting your tax return prepared by an agent is tax deductible but many of us are forgetting to claim this related expense.
Mark Chapman is director of tax communications at H&R Block, Australia’s largest firm of tax accountants, and is a regular contributor to Money. Mark is the author of Life and Taxes: A Look at Life Through Tax.
It’s not too late to maximise your small business cash flow with these tax tips.
Tax law is complex so whether you have already dipped your toe into the property game or are considering making a future investment, it pays to understand the basics.
Work-related tax deductions and claims by investment property owners are in the ATO’s sights this year.
With less than a week until budget night, Mark Chapman shares his analysis of what Scott Morrison has already announced, plus a few tips from the crystal ball.
The $20,000 tax write-off for small businesses will be slashed to $1000 on July 1.
If you’re a self-employed blogger, you can claim the cost of a laptop, part of your phone bill, and even hiring a photographer. But what about cosmetics?
Lots of shuffling of legal paperwork and a general air that a tax or investment scheme is “too good to be true”? It is.
It isn’t often that the taxman delivers good news but the ATO is proposing to relax some of the tax rules around the private use of work utes.
In the event we have an election sooner rather than later, here’s what the Labor party has said it will do in relation to your taxes and super.