Tax Scam – Don’t get burnt

Posted on Posted in Tax News

Tax Scam Have you ever been contacted by a tax scam scheme via phone, email or correspondence? More and more Australians are being targeted and falling victims to organised crime. Most taxpayers that receive any correspondence from The Australian Tax Office take notice and sadly many open email links or give out too much information […]

key dates october 2016 tax news

Key Dates October 2016

Posted on Posted in Tax Updates

Key Dates October 2016 Another busy tax reporting month with some Key Dates October 2016 on the way. Make sure your calendar has all the key dates highlighted. Date Obligation 21 October Pay annual PAYG instalment notice (Form N). Lodgment is only required if you vary the instalment amount or use the rate method to calculate […]


Superannuation tax reforms

Posted on Posted in Superannuation

Superannuation tax reforms – government back flips The government has announced changes to superannuation tax reforms they took to the election. The Australian Government in an attempt to keep backbenchers and party members inline, has tempered down superannuation changes and delivered mixed news for Australian taxpayers. The changes include the abandonment of the proposed $500,000 […]

Gifts and Donations

Gifts and Donations

Posted on Posted in Deductions, Tax Planning, Taxation

Gifts and donations You can only claim a tax deduction for gifts and donations to organisations that have the status of deductible gift recipients (DGRs). Deductions for gifts are claimed by the person that makes the gift (the donor). For you to claim a tax deduction for a gift, it must meet four conditions: The […]