PAYG

Top 10 Tax & Super newsroom posts for calendar 2018

  Over the calendar year 2018 there have been many notable tax and self-managed super developments. Apart from bringing news and updates to Tax & Super Australia members and many others, the newsroom page of our website can also serve as a litmus test for what matters most to the tax practitioner community (driven by

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Gig economy danger: Hiring a “contractor” who is really an employee

  If your business client is looking to put on more staff, then by all means congratulate them. But they may also benefit from a follow-up warning. In these days of the “gig economy”, the engagement status of workers has become an even more important distinction – whether they are employees or independent contractors –

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Community complaints prompt IGT to review PAYG instalments

The Inspector-General of Taxation, Ali Noroozi, has just released his review into aspects of the pay-as-you-go (PAYG) instalments system that have come to be viewed as less-than-helpful by many participants and associated stakeholders. The IGT’s review into the PAYG instalments system was conducted largely in response to feedback drawn from the IGT’s complaint handling service

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