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Here are the acceptable amounts for the reasonable food component in the 2011-12 financial year in respect of Living Away From Home Allowances

ATO data matching

May 05, 2011

Over the last five years, data matching has been a powerful tax compliance tool for the ATO. It has acted as a huge deterrent for taxpayers thinking about not disclosing all of their income.

ATO hit lists

May 05, 2011

Every year, based on an analysis of previous returns, the ATO issues a 'hit list' of occupations that will be targeted for close attention regarding work-related expenses.
A common, yet risky, investment strategy used by share investors has been to borrow money, usually via a margin loan, to buy shares.
Here is a rental property worksheet to assist you with the expenses that you need to include in your tax return
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  • "Nice article!"

    By: Gurung Ruper at Mar 20, 2019 3:45AM

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  • "I work as a coach where I need my own ABN. Our location changes each week in which I have to travel to, can I claim these kms "

    By: Grace at Jan 31, 2019 1:41PM

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  • "Thanks for an informative blog. Its really helpful."

    By: James at Jan 30, 2019 7:42AM

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  • "yes you can Peter. The key is demonstrating the original $400k was used to finance share purchases that you currently have."

    By: Mr Taxman at Jan 07, 2019 1:56AM

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  • "Hello, I have a line of credit financed against the farm for around 15 years. I only use it to trade shares. I claim all interest and costs, against my other income. The sale of shares including..."

    By: Peter at Jan 06, 2019 2:57AM

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