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With the impending 31 October deadline just weeks away, over five million individuals are yet to lodge their tax return according to the latest Australian Taxation Office (ATO) progress report.

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According to the latest ATO Progress Report 10 there have been 4.37 million lucky taxpayers since 1 July 2011 who have received refunds totalling $10.24 billion. That is an average tax refund of $2,367!! For those that have been fortunate enough to receive it, Mr Taxman gives us ten smart places to use your refund.
Adrian Raftery, author of 101 Ways to Save Money on Your Tax – Legally!, looks at how much petrol and electricity has risen in the past 13 years compared to what you can claim in your tax return for work-related car and home office usage.

Don't Trust Everything

Jul 18, 2011

My wife and I purchased our former PPOR (in VIC) three years ago for $326,000 plus stamp duty and fees. We borrowed $250,000 to do this and used savings for the balance. On the loan we now owe $204,000. We have paid $27,700 in extra repayments (not in offset). After renos and market growth the house is now worth ...
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  • "Currently voided but that may change in the future...."

    By: Mr Taxman at Mar 24, 2017 9:03PM

    Post: Two important dates for those with HECS/HELP debts

  • "Provided you stay under the repayment threshold & you an Australian tax resident, it will continue to accumulate (adjusted for CPI each year). Currently there is no ability for the government to take..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Mar 24, 2017 9:02PM

    Post: Two important dates for those with HECS/HELP debts

  • "Yes you will get that extra tax back when you lodge your return provided you are under the repayment threshold. Consider it a forced form of saving. Please note that for some 2nd jobs, the tax being..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Mar 24, 2017 8:58PM

    Post: Two important dates for those with HECS/HELP debts

  • "Technically no as you are filling out your TFN declaration in good faith that it is accurate that you don't have a HECS debt. If you don't happen to have any extra tax being deducted & you don't make..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Mar 24, 2017 8:56PM

    Post: Two important dates for those with HECS/HELP debts

  • "It will depend on what your taxable income is - if you are over the repayment threshold level https://www.ato.gov.au/Rates/HELP,-TSL-and-SFSS-repayment-thresholds-and-rates/ then some of your extr..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Mar 24, 2017 8:53PM

    Post: Two important dates for those with HECS/HELP debts