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Monthly Archive for: ‘February, 2019’
Many people have received telephone calls, recorded messages and e-mails from scammers claiming to be from organisations such as the ATO, Australia Post and Telstra saying money is owed, asking for personal information or access to their computer. One recorded message supposedly from the ATO informs you ‘you have committed tax fraud and a …
The government has increased the threshold for the instant asset write-off to $25,000 as it looks to entice the small business sector ahead of a federal election.
Warning: Very recent cases where GST fraud have landed business people in jail.
If a taxpayer finds a mistake made on a previous activity statement, they can:- Correct the error on a later activity statement if the mistake fits the definition of a “GST error” and certain conditions are met; Lodge an amendment – the time limit for amending GST credits is four years, starting from …
The ATO have raised the fuel tax credit rates following an update of the December quarter consumer price index.
The Tax Office will begin contacting clients in the building and construction industry about their overdue taxable payments annual reports.
Property transfers between spouses and de facto partners in Victoria involving commercial and/or investment properties will incur stamp duty costs at 5.5%. This means that assets that do not constitute a principal place of residence are no longer exempt from transfer stamp duty. A spouse to spouse transfer of the principal place of residence …
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