With June 30 almost upon us, here are some last-minute changes you can make to improve your financial position.
As I walked to the coffee shop, I noticed that the gym next door had an end of financial year sale. That set me wondering: why on earth would a gym have an EOFY sale?
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.
So you think you’re an influencer? Here’s what you need to know, plus the surprising things bloggers can claim at tax time.
With the Coalition’s promised tax cuts unlikely to start on July 1, can Australians look forward to any joy when it comes to tax? These changes might help.
Both political parties are making big promises when it comes to tax cuts but some workers will be much better off after the election than others
Eliminating work-related tax deductions in favour of a standard deduction would simplify the tax process but at the cost of tax-payers, particularly tradies, writes Mark Chapman.
Josh Frydenberg will unveil the Federal Budget, his first as treasurer, in Canberra tonight. With all eyes on Prime Minister Scott Morrison as he prepares to announce the date of the next federal election, tonight’s Budget is an important step in the Coalition’s bid for re-election.