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30 June is rapidly approaching and it is time to do some urgent tax planning. Dr Adrian Raftery, a senior lecturer at Deakin University and author of 101 Ways to Save Money on Your Tax - Legally! 2014-2015 edition (Wrightbooks, June 2014, AU$24.95), gives some excellent tips for you to action and maximise your tax refund this year.
Australia's $800 billion underinsurance problem is predicted to rise as the fallout of last month's Federal Budget continues.
Tax expert Adrian Raftery has released his latest edition of 101 ways to save money on your tax – legally to help you minimise your tax debt while maximising your return. Raftery is one of the youngest Australian accountants to advance to Fellowship with the Institute of Chartered Accountants, at the age of 33. He is a senior lecturer at Deakin University and appears in the media talking about all matters relating to tax and finance.
THEY are the daily habits you may not even think about, but chances are they’re adding up to thousands of dollars a year.
I’ve spoken on several occasions about the benefits of using a log book to track your vehicle’s expenses and usage. By maintaining a record of capital costs, upkeep and other outlays you can claim your vehicle as a tax deduction. Many of you have been concerned about the change and what it means for you – below are eight answers to your most common questions.
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