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The Australian Taxation Office lists the seven top habits of tax-smart property investors. Find out more on the Belle Property Blog- ow.ly/VLiG30dkRLJ

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Small businesses: Simpler BAS is now the reporting method for any business with a GST turnover of less than $10 million. It’ll make your GST bookkeeping and reporting quicker and easier. You may notice some changes to how your online BAS looks next lodgment, with less GST information needed. Watch our video below to hear about the benefits from business owners already using Simpler BAS, and find out more at ato.gov.au/simplerBAS

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Think you might have been the victim of a tax scam? You’re not alone, so phone us on 1800 008 540 as soon as possible. Having your personal information stolen or being tricked by a scammer is distressing. Let us help, and learn more at www.ato.gov.au/scams

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Are you new to business? You’ll need to keep your tax records for at least five years, so ditch the paper and start storing them electronically! 💻 For handy record keeping tips that will help you at BAS time, watch our video and visit www.ato.gov.au/business/gst/accounting-for-gst-in-your-business/keeping-accurate-gst-records/

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Could your small business benefit from the government's $20,000 instant asset write-off?

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We’re now collecting information from ride-sourcing facilitators to help us identify those who need help getting their tax right. We’ll compare this information against our records to ensure all ride-sourcing drivers are meeting their reporting, lodgment and payment obligations. You can find out more about our ride-sourcing data-matching program at www.ato.gov.au/General/Building-confidence/In-detail/Data-matching/?anchor=Datamatchingprograms#r...

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Employers: Do you provide car parking or portable electronic devices to your staff for work purposes? You may be eligible for fringe benefits tax (FBT) concessions! Find out at ato.gov.au/FBTconcessions

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From 1 July, GST will apply to imported services and digital products sold to Australian consumers. Digital products include things such as streaming or downloading of movies, music, apps, games and e-books. Imported services include things like architectural and legal services. Find out more at ato.gov.au/AusGST

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Are you living and working in Australia temporarily or know someone who is? On 1 July, the departing Australia superannuation payment (DASP) tax rate for workers on 417 and 462 visas is changing to 65%. Find out more at ato.gov.au/WHMDASP

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Think twice about what you share on social media. Criminals can use personal information such as your home or email address, myGov details, tax file number (TFN) or date of birth to commit fraud and apply for credit or loans in your name. Encourage your friends and family to stay safe online. For tips on protecting your personal information, watch our video and visit ato.gov.au/identitycrime

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Would you know if a phoenix operator was trying to rip you off? You may be at risk if you notice: ⚠️️ You are not receiving a payslip ⚠️️ Your pay is late or less than what it should be, or ⚠️️ Your superannuation or other entitlements are not being paid. Don’t be left empty-handed. Protect yourself and know the signs at www.ato.gov.au/phoenix

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Employers: Don’t forget that super guarantee payments for the March quarter are due by 28 April. Run a quick super check now to make sure you have everything sorted. Learn more at www.ato.gov.au/Business/Super-for-employers/Run-a-quick-check-of-your-super-obligations/

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WARNING: Tax-related scams are on the rise. We’ve received increasing reports of new SMS scams in the last 24 hours, including the example below. This SMS scam includes a link to a fake website, which could be used to capture your personal information. If you’re not sure if an SMS is legitimate, we recommend you: • Do not click on links or open attachments • Do not respond to the sender – this may verify your phone number and leave you susceptible to further scam activity • Report the scam by phoning us on 1800 008 540 between 8:00am-6:00pm Monday to Friday • Delete the SMS • Remind your family and friends to be careful. Scammers have countless ways to target people and are using increasingly sophisticated methods to capture personal data. Find more information on verifying and reporting tax scams at www.ato.gov.au/scams

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Demanding or receiving payments in return for visa sponsorship could result in severe criminal penalties. Individuals could face two-years of jail time and fines of up to $64,800 per offence. Corporations could face up to $324,000 for each offence. For more information, visit: www.border.gov.au/Trav/Work/Work-1 If you have been a victim or are aware of businesses who gain an unfair advantage over competitors by exploiting foreign workers in this way, you can report it anonymously to us at www.border.gov.au/report

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Planning on renovating? If you’re paying cash, make sure you ask for a receipt. Receipts aren’t just for claiming deductions – they help protect your consumer rights. No receipt often means no evidence if you need a refund on faulty goods or poor work. Asking for your receipt helps us protect your community from businesses doing the wrong thing. Learn more about the cash economy at ato.gov.au/cashpayments

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Sole traders: Do you have a shoebox full of receipts? There’s a better way! Be kind to yourself and your tax agent this year – use our myDeductions tool in the ATO app to record your business expenses and income on the go. It’s quick and easy to use, and allows you to track and back up your records. At tax time, you can email your information straight to your tax agent, or upload it to pre-fill your tax return! Find out more at www.ato.gov.au/mydeductions

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Small business owners: Do you provide a company car to your employees or use one yourself? Watch our video for information to help you understand and meet your fringe benefits tax (FBT) record-keeping obligations. To learn more, visit www.ato.gov.au/general/fringe-benefits-tax-(fbt)/types-of-fringe-benefits/car-fringe-benefits/

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It is illegal to ask for, receive, offer, or provide a benefit in return for work visa sponsorship or related employment. Significant penalties apply for people engaged in these activities. To find out more, visit: www.border.gov.au/Trav/Work/Work-1 If you have been a victim or are aware of businesses who gain an unfair advantage over competitors by exploiting foreign workers in this way, you can report it anonymously to us at: www.border.gov.au/report

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“My Australian visa has expired. What can I do?” Talk to our Community Status Resolution Service (CSRS) team today. Visit: bit.ly/2jPD8C3

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To ensure we can provide stable services for tax time, we need to undertake additional system maintenance in April and May. This work will allow us to progressively install our new data storage hardware, which will replace the equipment involved in major system incidents last December and February. Our offices and contact centres will also be closed during these times. We’ve scheduled this work on weekends and public holidays to minimise impacts on the community as much as possible. We expect most of our systems will be unavailable during the following periods: • 10pm AEDT Friday 31 March until 6am AEST Monday 3 April • 10pm AEST Thursday 13 April until 6am AEST Tuesday 18 April (Easter weekend) • 8pm AEST Saturday 6 May until 8am AEST Sunday 7 May. For more details on upcoming system work and to subscribe to email updates, visit www.ato.gov.au/General/Online-services/System-Maintenance/

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Small businesses: Scammers only need basic details about your business to commit fraud in its name. Don’t forget to always secure your AUSkey, business records and all sensitive information. Learn how to protect yourself, your staff and your business – check out our tips at www.ato.gov.au/General/Online-services/Identity-security/Protecting-your-information/How-to-prote...

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Next Friday 31 March, we’ll be updating the immigration risk ratings for countries and education providers. This will occur every six months. Where risk ratings have changed, the evidence required for English language capability and financial capacity may also change. In the meantime, you can check what type of evidence you’ll need to provide for your student visa application by visiting our website: www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/500-

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Record My Hours – the app that works with you. Our new app uses geofencing technology to automatically record when you start and finish work. Download now in the App Store: apple.co/2nKKloL or Google Play: bit.ly/2mUzMli

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To ensure we can provide stable services for tax time, we need to undertake additional system maintenance in April and May. This work will allow us to progressively install our new data storage hardware, which will replace the equipment involved in major system incidents last December and February. Our offices and contact centres will also be closed during these times. We’ve scheduled this work on weekends and public holidays to minimise impacts on the community as much as possible. We expect most of our systems will be unavailable during the following periods: • 10pm AEDT Friday 31 March until 6am AEST Monday 3 April • 10pm AEST Thursday 13 April until 6am AEST Tuesday 18 April (Easter weekend) • 8pm AEST Saturday 6 May until 8am AEST Sunday 7 May. For more details on upcoming system work and to subscribe to email updates, visit www.ato.gov.au/General/Online-services/System-Maintenance/

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Renting out your property? Remember, no record = no deduction! Keep good records for your rental property to make life easier at tax time. Learn what to hold onto and for how long at www.ato.gov.au/Individuals/Tax-return/2016/In-detail/Publications/Rental-properties-2016/?page=10...

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Dodgy tax avoidance schemes can cost you. Contact us for advice if you’re approached about or caught up in a scheme. We can help. Learn more at ato.gov.au/taxplanning

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