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.
If you’re thinking about buying an investment property this year, then make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons.
If you claim deductions for working from home, there’s good news. The hourly rate that you can claim for deducting home office expenses is increasing.
The March issue of Money is on sale now. From how to boost your super by $60k in just 10 years to your rights if your apartment is a lemon, here is what’s inside.
Bill Shorten has vowed to abolish negative gearing and scrap franking credits, but how would a Labor victory hit your hip pocket?
Free TAFE courses, cheaper power prices, tampon price cuts, and baby bundles worth $300 … these are some of the perks available from January 1 this year.