2013/14 Individual Tax Return Checklist - Common work-related claims made by individuals - Depreciable plant, etc, costing $300 or less - Clothing expenses - Self education expenses - Other work-related expenses 2013/14 Year-End Checklists for Business - Maximising deductions for non-SBE taxpayers - Prepayment strategies – non-SBE - Accelerating expenditure – non-SBE - Accrued expenditure – non-SBE - Maximising deductions for SBE taxpayers - Accelerating expenditure – SBE - Prepayment strategies – SBE - Information Required Click here for – 2013/14 Individual Tax Return and Year-End for Business Checklists...
Australian residential property has always been popular for overseas investors looking for return and stability. To arrange the purchase of Australian residential property is not difficult, as long as you rely upon appropriate professional advice at different points in the process. It is absolutely necessary that you do meet the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) requirements and seek appropriate approval for any purchase:
As Temporary residentsA temporary resident is a person who is residing in Australia and:
- Holds a temporary residency visa which permits them to stay in Australia for a continuous period of more than 12 months (regardless of how long remains on the visa); or
- Has submitted an application for permanent residency and holds a bridging visa which permits them to stay in Australia until that application has been finalized.
May - 2014 Practice Update covers following points - - Tax amnesty for overseas tax dodgers – Project 'DO IT' - ATO takes over Super Clearing House - ATO data matching projects - Tax Commissioner’s proposed 'remedial power' - Federal Court overturns AAT excess contributions decision - ATO's new initiative to resolve tax disputes Click here for - May 2014 Practice Update...