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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THEY say there are only two certainties in life — deaths and taxes. But when it comes to tax time, some things may be less certain and you can’t always bank on a refund.
With the end of the financial year looming, it pays to get your paperwork in order to make the most of deductions and benefits.
Most investors would tell you that building wealth is a thrill-ride, but planning for its survival doesn't quite elicit the same excitement.
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.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten says Treasurer Scott Morrison should focus on winding back generous superannuation tax breaks for millionaires if he is serious about fixing loopholes in the retirement system.
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