tax

Tax invoice essentials (in case a client asks)

The status of the humble invoice took on immense significance in the year 2000 when the goods and services tax was introduced. It was a big year for the country, with Sydney hosting that year’s Olympics in the last half of September, Y2K proving to be a fizzer, as well as the introduction of the

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Common client mistake on GST – ATO warning

Tax professionals have been reminded by the ATO of a misconception that some taxpayers continue to make each income year regarding their eligibility to make claims for GST credits. The reminder, issued in the middle of the third quarter of the 2017-18 income year, seeks to enlist the help of tax agents at more of

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ATO nominates the FBT issues that grind its gears

March 31 and the end of the FBT year is around the corner, so to help practitioners get things right for their clients, the ATO has made public the fringe benefits tax issues that attract its attention. Broadly (not just in relation to FBT), it says the following behaviours and characteristics tend to raise a

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Perth tax updates for 2018

The Perth tax update seminars are exclusive to Perth, and will keep you abreast of the practical implications of developments in key areas. Presented by TaxBanter, these sessions focus on the practical issues faced by advisers and how they will affect you and your clients. Each session covers: Recent taxation cases (including AATA, Federal Court

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