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It’s tax time! 🤓 We can tell you’re just as excited as we are, because we’ve received over 20,000 phone calls so far today. We’re sorry if you can’t get through right away – our contact centre staff are doing the best they can to help as many people as possible.

A large number of calls are about myTax or linking our online services to myGov. If you need a hand with this, check out our troubleshooting tips at www.ato.gov.au/General/Online-services/Technical-support/Troubleshooting-for-individuals as they may save you from having to phone us 👍

If you’re keen to lodge early, remember to wait until your employer marks your info as ‘tax ready’ in myGov before you lodge. Your employer should get it done before 31 July 2019. Find more info at www.ato.gov.au/Individuals/Working/Working-as-an-employee/Accessing-your-payment-summary
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Queensland state nomination program UPDATE as at 28 June 2019

The Queensland business and skilled programs are currently closed and will not open on 1 July 2019. The programs are scheduled to open by the end of July (date-to-be confirmed). Please do not contact BSMQ to enquire when the programs will open. We are currently working with stakeholders to finalise the 2019-20 programs.

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Don’t fall into the dodgy deductions trap at tax time.

While most Aussies try to do the right thing, we still see a range of false car claims each year, such as people claiming:
👎 Expenses that were actually paid for or reimbursed by their boss
👎 Private trips (including driving between home and work, which generally can’t be claimed)
👎 Trips they didn’t even take!

If you plan to claim vehicle or travel expenses, pump the brakes and read up on the rules first. For more info, visit www.ato.gov.au/Individuals/Income-and-deductions/Deductions-you-can-claim/Vehicle-and-travel-expe...
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The top 5 ‘tip offs’ to the ATO (1 July 2018 – 31 May 2019)

under reported income 31%
cash economy 27%
non lodgment 25%
inadequate or no superannuation paid 8%
over stating expenses 3%

www.ato.gov.au/Media-centre/Media-releases/ATO-tip-off-line-runs-hot-as-record-numbers-of-busines...
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The top 5 ‘tip offs’ to the ATO (1 July 2018 – 31 May 2019)under reported income 31%
cash economy 27%
non lodgment 25%
inadequate or no superannuation paid 8%
over stating expenses 3%https://www.ato.gov.au/Media-centre/Media-releases/ATO-tip-off-line-runs-hot-as-record-numbers-of-businesses-report-cash-jobs/

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The minimum income threshold for student loan repayments is changing on 1 July. If you have a study or training loan and earn $45,881 or more during the 2019–20 financial year, you’ll be required to make compulsory repayments.

Start the new financial year on the right foot – check your employer knows you have a student loan to help ensure you’re taxed correctly. Read more at www.ato.gov.au/individuals/study-and-training-support-loans/compulsory-repayments
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