Mr Taxman
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Sharing it with Australia, Mr Taxman is a regular Woman’s Day columist and TV finance commentator
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According to Adrian Raftery, course director of Financial Planning at Deakin University, there are six golden rules to follow when setting financial goals.
When it comes to romantic gestures this Valentine’s Day getting your financial house in order could be just as much a symbol of love as flowers and chocolates, according to a Deakin University financial planning expert.
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.
Almost one in four Australians gets their first credit card in their late teens, according to a recent study by comparison website Finder.
A leading financial services expert has described the rise in interest-only mortgages among first home buyers as “disturbing” and likely to trigger higher loan defaults in the future.
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  • "Hi Mr Taxman, I am married to my wife for 3 years now and it is the first time for us to lodge tax return in AU as we moved here in June 2016. I opened a personal bank account and deposited some..."

    By: Jure at Aug 16, 2017 5:39AM

    Post: Marriage

  • "hi, i run a small business that is yet to turn a profit as my start up expenses were high. Is it possible to offset these losses against my husband income?"

    By: heidi at Aug 15, 2017 11:19PM

    Post: Marriage

  • "Hi, not sure if this is travel or vehicle expenses..... Home is in town A - employer is located in town A (but I rarely work there). Get seconded for 12 months to town B (120km away) and other..."

    By: Jason at Aug 04, 2017 4:04AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses

  • "I've paid my outstanding HECS debt so my balance is now $0. My question is......Is it a good idea to keep the HECS coming out so at tax time I get a large lump sum back OR cancel my HECS and receive..."

    By: Sophie at Jul 31, 2017 8:38AM

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

  • "Hi Mr Taxman, my company allows claims on mileage. But I'm wondering if it's better to claim the whole lot at tax time via logbook method instead of claiming it through my company? Thanks in advance."

    By: Jac at Jul 31, 2017 7:06AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses