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Book launch - 101 ways to save money on your tax

Do you detest paying tax, but like receiving a tax refund cheque in the mail? Are you getting all you're entitled to? You could be letting the government keep hundreds, even thousands, of your hard-earned dollars each year - and you wouldn't even know about it!

Don't Trust Everything

Jul 18, 2011

My wife and I purchased our former PPOR (in VIC) three years ago for $326,000 plus stamp duty and fees. We borrowed $250,000 to do this and used savings for the balance. On the loan we now owe $204,000. We have paid $27,700 in extra repayments (not in offset). After renos and market growth the house is now worth ...
The new financial year has arrived which comes with it the annual obligation to submit our income tax return by 31 October. For many of us, the process is as painful as having your teeth pulled but the rewards can be great. Adrian Raftery, author of 101 Ways to Save Money on Your Tax – Legally! shares with us eight common traps to avoid when doing your tax this year.

2011/12 fee schedule

Jun 15, 2011

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If you travel to inspect or maintain your property or collect the rent, you may be able to claim the costs of travelling as a deduction.
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  • "Unfortunately Natalie you are doubling up the extra tax taken out each fortnight with the year end assessment notice. Only the amount shown in the assessment is actually offset against your HELP..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Apr 24, 2017 11:45AM

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

  • "If you are under the repayment threshold each year then no repayment. Note that in last year's Federal Budget that the governmet intends on asking for repayment of HECS/HELP debts for non-residents..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Apr 24, 2017 11:43AM

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

  • "I have a HECS debt from 1998 that I have never repaid as I moved to UK in 2000 and unexpectedly stayed! Will this debt ever need to be repaid if I continue living in UK? If I return to Oz to..."

    By: Steve at Apr 23, 2017 8:26AM

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

  • "Hi Mr Taxman, I have been looking into my HECS debt because I feel that I should have paid it off by now. In 2011 the debt was at $21 399. I started working full time in 2013 and have been paying..."

    By: Natalie at Apr 20, 2017 9:06AM

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

  • "I suggest that you find a way to get the figures as any share of negative gearing losses you could claim in future tax returns once you start earning an income again. "

    By: Mr Taxman at Apr 17, 2017 3:21AM

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