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From the St George Taxcare Blog

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Did you know gifts to clients may be tax deductible?

Example Sally is carrying on a renovation business. Sally gifts a bottle of champagne to a client who had a renovation completed within the preceding 12 months Sally expects the gift will either generate future business from the client or make them more inclined to...

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ATO data matching program – Rental income & Capital Gain

Have you declared rental income & capital gain from sale of property? ATO will collect data from rental bond from the following sources: ■       New South Wales Office of Fair Trading – Rental Bond Board ■       Residential Tenancies Bond Authority – Consumer Affairs...

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ATO Data Matching Programs – Online Accommodation Platforms

Have you declared income from online accommodation platforms? ATO will collect data from online accommodation platforms such as ■ Listing owner and property details Name Contact details (residential address and telephone number(s)) Date of birth Rental property...

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EOFY 2018 Work-related deduction checklist A-Z

2018 Work-related deduction checklist A-Z   Item Tax deductible Admission fees: For lawyers and other professionals. Disallowed as capital cost. No Airport lounge membership: Deductions to the extent used for work-related purposes. Yes Annual practising...

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Visa application processing times

Visa application processing times Last updated: 19 June 2018 (for month ending 31 May 2018) Visa Type Stream (if available) 75% of applications processed in 90% of applications processed in Visitor visas 651 eVisitor 1 business day 2 days 600 Visitor Tourist1 19 days...

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Hurry up if you’ve not done 2017 tax return

                      If you didn’t receive family assistance in 2016–17 You may be able to claim your payments as a lump sum. You have until 30 June 2018 to submit a claim for: Family Tax Benefit (FTB) Child Care Benefit (CCB) Single Income Family Supplement (SIFS)...

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New GST rule on Low Value Imports

  New GST rule on Low Value Imports From 1 July 2018, suppliers to Australia of imported goods with a customs value $1,000 or less will be required to pay GST where “Australian consumer”....

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New NSW Payroll tax free threshold

From 1 July 2018, the tax-free threshold for NSW payroll tax will increase from $750,000 to $850,000. It will continue to increase by $50,000 every year to reach $1m in 2021/22. The threshold will be $850,000 in 2018/19, $900,000 in 2019/20, $950,000 in 2020/21 and...

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Superannuation Guarantee Amnesty

On 24 May 2018, the government announced the start of a Superannuation Guarantee Amnesty. The Amnesty will be available retrospectively from 24 May 2018 to 23 May 2019, subject to legislation passing. The Amnesty gives employers a one-off opportunity to self-correct...

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PERSONAL INCOME TAX PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS

The following tax planning measures should be borne in respect of your own individual circumstances.   Salary sacrifice arrangements If employed you may wish to review your remuneration arrangements with your employer and forego future gross salary in return for...

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BUSINESS YEAR END TAX PLANNING ISSUES

Some key business issues which may be relevant prior to the end of the financial year include the following.   Reduced company tax rate As currently enacted, a base rate entity will be entitled to pay tax at a corporate rate of 27.5% for the year ended 30 June 2018 if...

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Does your business keep good business records?

ATO conducted a "protecting honest business campaign" and found that small businesses needed to improve their record keeping. Common findings are: Estimating their sales and income; Using the 'no sale' and 'void' button on cash registers when taking cash payments; Not...

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What Are The Extra Costs Of Buying A Property?

There are extra costs that you’ll need to consider when you are taking out a loan to purchase a property. Home loan application fees Most lenders charge a home loan application fee. This can range from loan to loan, and covers: Legal contracts Property title checks...

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Which loan is right for me? Fixed, variable or split…

That depends on who ‘you’ are. When you take out a mortgage or home loan, you can choose to have an interest rate this is fixed, variable, or split (a combination of the two). There is no right or wrong option – it all depends on your circumstances. Fixed rate home...

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3 ways to avoid paying lender’s mortgage insurance

Lender’s mortgage insurance (LMI) is required in many instances when a loan is worth more than 80 per cent of a property’s purchase price, as well as in some other circumstances. In very basic terms, when a lender considers a loan to carry a high risk, LMI is likely...

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5 Things First Home Buyers Need To Know

Before you decide to purchase your first property there are a number of things to consider, including your current personal circumstances and financial status. 1. Think about why you want to buy a home Do you want to live in it or will it be an investment property?...

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Type of loan products

Fixed-rate mortgages With a fixed-rate loan, you know exactly how much you’ll pay per fortnight or month for the fixed period of the loan (usually one to five years). Variable rate mortgages Repayments can change during the life of a variable-rate loan, so you may pay...

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SUPERANNUATION UPDATE 2018 

SUPERANNUATION  ·         The tax on working holiday makers’ superannuation payments when they leave Australia is 65%, from 1 July 2017.  ·         The low income superannuation contribution scheme is abolished from 2017/18; a low income superannuation tax offset will...

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Property owners need to know these new tax changes

From 1 July 2017, travel expenses related to inspecting, maintaining or collecting rent for a residential rental property will be disallowed. From 1 July 2017, travel expenses related to inspecting, maintaining or collecting rent for a residential rental property are...

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Skill Select Invitations issued on 20 December 2017

Source:https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/WorkinginAustralia/Pages/20-december-invitation-round-2017.aspx 20 December Invitation round ​The table below shows the number of invitations issued in the Skill Select invitation round on 20 December 2017. Invitations issued on...

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Occupation ceilings for the 2017-2018

The table below shows the occupation ceilings for the 2017-2018 program year for each occupation on the list of eligible skilled occupations by four-digit ANZSCO code unit group. Occupation ceiling values are based on a percentage of stock employment figures for each...

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Top 10 unique selling propositions for any businesses.

All business owners must know these 10 unique selling propositions (USP), and you will know why your customers choose your business. What specifically do you do that’s truly different compared to competitors? How do you uniquely benefit your target market? Can you...

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Same-sex relationships visa applicants

  From 9 December 2017, you can apply for a visa as your partner’s ‘spouse’ if you are in a same-sex marriage following the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia. Under the changes, if you are in a same-sex marriage you can apply for a visa as your partner’s...

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Tips for saving your deposit

Saving for that all important deposit can be tough, but here are three winning tips to help set you on your way to home ownership. PUT YOUR GOALS IN WRITING Setting a financial goal will make it much easier to plan and save successfully. Make a conscious effort to...

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5 tips to manage your mortgage effectively

SET A BUDGET Work out your expenses (fortnightly or monthly) and factor in your mortgage repayments. You might need to cut back on spending in certain areas to make sure your mortgage is a priority. Keep a diary of your spending and stick to your budget. CUT YOUR DEBT...

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Superannuation update

From 1 July 2017, a $1.6 million transfer balance cap will be introduced on the total amount that can be transferred into the tax-free retirement pension phase from accumulation. Superannuation balances in excess of the transfer balance cap can remain in the...

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Tax tips for primary producers

Farm management deposits One of the best tax planning measures available to primary producers is to utilise the farm management deposits (FMD) scheme. This has become an even more effective business and cash flow planning tool this year due to legislative changes that...

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Tax tips for small business

Small businesses may be eligible for a range of tax benefits.  Are you eligible for the small business tax regime? This year there has been an important uplift in one of the small business thresholds. As a result, small businesses (sole traders, partnerships,...

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Rental property deductions

Owners of rental properties that are being rented out or are ready and available for rent can claim immediate deductions for a range of expenses such as: interest on investment loans land tax council and water rates body corporate charges insurance repairs and...

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Tax tips for employees

Do you know what tax deductions and offsets you may be eligible for? The following tips may help you legitimately reduce your tax liability in your 2016-17 return. Claim work-related deductions Claiming all your work-related deduction entitlements may save...

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Tax return deadline is 31 October.

If you are a self lodger, your 2018 income tax return must be lodged by 31 October 2018. However, you may eligible for an extension till 15 May 2019 if you are using a registered tax agent.  

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Time limit for amending tax return

Personal & small business taxpayers the time limit is generally two years, and for other taxpayers four years, from the day of the notice of assessment for the year in question.Taxpayers can submit more than one amendment request within a period of review.  

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Are you liable for Div 293 tax?

For Division 293 tax purposes, the individual’s income tax return is used to determine the income for Medicare surcharge purposes, which includes: • Taxable income (assessable income less deductions) • Total reportable fringe benefits amounts • Total reportable...

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Start up deductions

From 1 July 2015, startup businesses are eligible to claim the followings: Obtaining advice or services from accountants, lawyers, or business advisers Payment to Australian government agencies eg ASIC fee for forming a company Stamp duty payable on transferring...

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Simpler BAS

From 1 July 2017, small businesses with a GST turnover of less than $10M, you only need to report G1 Total Sales, 1A GST on Sales, and 1B GST on Purchases. The following items are no longer required: G2 Export Sales G3 GST Free Sales G10 Capital Purcahses G11...

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Are you ready for single touch payroll?

Employers are required to report payments to ATO via a payroll solution when they pay their employees, eg salaries and wages, PAYG withholding and superannuation information. For employers with 20 or more employees, single touch payroll reporting starts from 1 July...

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