Apr 17, 2010
Accountants have flagged they may sue the Australian Tax Office (ATO) over a computer glitch holding up the processing of refunds.
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Author: Herald Sun
"Currently voided but that may change in the future...."
By: Mr Taxman at Mar 24, 2017 9:03PM
Post: Two important dates for those with HECS/HELP debts
"Provided you stay under the repayment threshold & you an Australian tax resident, it will continue to accumulate (adjusted for CPI each year). Currently there is no ability for the government to take..."
By: Mr Taxman at Mar 24, 2017 9:02PM
"Yes you will get that extra tax back when you lodge your return provided you are under the repayment threshold. Consider it a forced form of saving. Please note that for some 2nd jobs, the tax being..."
By: Mr Taxman at Mar 24, 2017 8:58PM
"Technically no as you are filling out your TFN declaration in good faith that it is accurate that you don't have a HECS debt. If you don't happen to have any extra tax being deducted & you don't make..."
By: Mr Taxman at Mar 24, 2017 8:56PM
"It will depend on what your taxable income is - if you are over the repayment threshold level https://www.ato.gov.au/Rates/HELP,-TSL-and-SFSS-repayment-thresholds-and-rates/ then some of your extr..."
By: Mr Taxman at Mar 24, 2017 8:53PM
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