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Almost one in four Australians gets their first credit card in their late teens, according to a recent study by comparison website Finder.
The great Australian tax rort of claiming $300 in deductions even if you don't have receipts has finally been confirmed.
The Tax Office is reportedly hunting down Australians who hide income derived from Uber and Airbnb.
E-TAX, the free online tax return system used by millions of taxpayers, has been shut down by the Australian Taxation Office.
Yesterday the Assistant Treasurer, Kelly O’Dwyer, released a statement on “progressing professional standards reforms”. Well, it’s progress of a sort – if progress can be defined as delaying something by several years.
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  • "I could not understand the concept of Individual tax return. My wife is working in Australia and paying her taxes separately and I am working overseas on permanent job but I am still considered as..."

    By: Arvind Dhir at Jun 25, 2017 7:55AM

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  • "Hello, I got married overseas in December 2016, My wife is still overseas. She doesnt work and i have provided her sustenance from here. Can I claim deduction on partner ? Thanks"

    By: SK at Jun 24, 2017 8:48AM

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  • "Hi there, I have an enquiry regarding CGT please. My son purchased a house nearly six years ago (6 years this December 2017) When he purchased he lived in it for 8 months but then he decided he..."

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