There is money to be made driving for Uber but if you don’t plan well you could end up owing the ATO thousands.
Who is in the ATO’s sights this tax time? They’re looking at two main areas: work-related expenses and claims made by investment property owners.
New Netflix-style car subscription services allow you to have a vehicle without the cost and hassle of owning one. So what’s the catch?
While the upside is obvious, too often people jump in without being prepared for the effort and time involved in running a successful Airbnb operation.
The tax office has just sent out the message that it will focus on income made from peer-to-peer car sharing but the so-called “crackdown” actually benefits those renting their car out when it is not in use.
Work-related tax deductions and claims by investment property owners are in the ATO’s sights this year.
We show you three ways to boost your income and make some extra cash, starting with picking up the phone.
Imagine a world where you didn’t own “stuff”, but instead chose to rent or share everything with your community: your car, kitchen utensils, and even pets.