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November 2018 Archives - Tax with Integrity

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Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT): employees’ private use of vehicles

Fbt Private Use Cars

The Australian Taxation Office has issued guidance for employers on determining an employee’s private use of a vehicle.

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ATO to contact clients over bank details

Ato Contact Accounting Clients

The Tax Office will be sending SMS text messages to clients who provided incorrect bank account details in their tax return over the next few weeks.

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ATO claws back $850m in unpaid SG in FY 17-18

Ato Claws Back Super Guarantee

Compliance activities undertaken by the ATO in the 2017-18 financial year saw the ATO raise around $850 million in unpaid super entitlements.

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Appetite for property in SMSFs shows signs of life despite tough market

Apetite For Property

Interest in property investment from younger SMSF trustees continue to hold steady despite tighter policy controls around SMSF lending and some banks exiting the space altogether, says one mid-tier firm.

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Superannuation gender gap narrowing, research shows

Super Gender Gap Closing

Over the past decade, there has been improvement in the number of women holding superannuation accounts and the size of their superannuation balances compared with that of men, according to a research house.

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Identification numbers for directors

The Government has announced a package of reforms to combat phoenix activities, including the introduction of a Director Identification Number (DIN).

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How financial advice helps create wealth.

Planning The Missing Piece

An article based on a 16 year study by Vanguard Investments Pty Ltd.

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Unlocking equity crowdfunding in Australia


Equity crowdfunding has been a popular method to raise capital in many countries for the last few years.

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