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The new year is a great time to get serious about your finances according to Deakin University’s financial planning Associate Professor Adrian Raftery.
ENTERPRISING Australians who hope to join millions of others making money from Uber, Airbnb, eBay, Gumtree and other sharing economy services this year are being urged to beware of the taxman.
REAL estate investors who buy new instead of old property can save more than $5000 a year from tax deductions and other benefits, but are being warned to crunch all the numbers before taking the plunge.
A senior banker has likened first home buyers to an endangered species amid deepening concern over the exodus of young adults from the residential property market.
Businesses should review their obligations for compulsory superannuation contributions or potentially suffer the consequences, say experts, as a spotlight is shone on the $3.6 billion of unpaid super across the nation.
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  • "Not with me Timothy. Sorry."

    By: Mr Taxman at May 17, 2017 8:15PM

    Post: Received your tax refund yet?

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    By: timothyhughes at May 15, 2017 12:47AM

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