Mr Taxman
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  • "If i used a line of credit to purchase the shares, what documentation do I need to prove the loan was used for investments? Does it matter that I also have a home loan for a owner-occupied home? "

    By: Brad at Oct 18, 2017 9:02AM

    Post: Borrowing to buy shares

  • "HI Mr Taxman, I am part time UBER driver. Since my full time job salary is high and my wife is unemployed, can I get my wife buy a car and rent to me? Each week I pay part of my UBER income as car..."

    By: Peter at Oct 17, 2017 3:42AM

    Post: Marriage

  • "Hi Mr Taxman, great page and comments. I have a question about Bitcoin. Given that Bitcoin is a 'currency', if I am effectively holding bitcoin in a wallet/account (not trading, just buying and..."

    By: MDL at Oct 16, 2017 7:30PM

    Post: Foreign currency trading

  • "Hi, I moved to Australia in Feb 2016 and settled in Sydney. In July i got job in Newcastle but could not move there with family so opted the option of acquiring a temporary accommodation and going to..."

    By: Syed Sajjad Raza at Sep 23, 2017 2:37AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses

  • "Hi Mr. Taxman, I've been doing full-time FX trading for a few years.. on average about 50k USD a year in expenses and 250k - 500k USD a year in pnl. In the US I can deduct expenses and pay around..."

    By: liqdub at Sep 21, 2017 8:34AM

    Post: Foreign currency trading