Mr Taxman
Change the way you feel about taxes.
Get informed and discover what the taxman doesn't want you to know.
Sharing it with Australia, Mr Taxman is a regular Woman’s Day columist and TV finance commentator
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There's nothing quite like the thrill of planning your first big overseas trip — the anticipation of stepping out into the great unknown for months, or even years, on end.
Cut out these pointless fees and you could find yourself hundreds or even thousands of dollars better off.
Do you drive for work purposes? Although in most cases you can't claim the expense of your daily commute on your taxes, if you use the car while performing your work duties you may have a valid deduction. It's worth taking a closer look at how and when you can deduct car-related expenses, in order to potentially save a bundle on transport.
I’ve spoken on several occasions about the benefits of using a log book to track your vehicle’s expenses and usage. By maintaining a record of capital costs, upkeep and other outlays you can claim your vehicle as a tax deduction. Many of you have been concerned about the change and what it means for you – below are eight answers to your most common questions.
It's a painful task for most of us, yet when it comes to filing our tax returns it seems many are committing the seven deadly sins and heading straight to money hell. But a leading tax expert says we can at least head straight to tax purgatory and even heaven if we avoid some of the most common pitfalls and mistakes.
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