Mr Taxman
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A poll of ifa readers has indicated the vast majority of advisers plan to exit the industry after the introduction of FASEA’s mandatory education standards, dwarfing previous predictions.
An associate professor of financial planning reckons between 21 and 34 per cent of advisers will leave the industry due to state-mandated education requirements.
Accounting experts have raised concerns business owners and individuals still have their heads in the sand over new superannuation rules, as accountants report chaos in determining how the new system applies to their clients.
TAX time moves up a gear this weekend and many Australians are missing out on big money by forgetting deductions they are entitled to claim.
The Australian Taxation Office has been criticised for targeting regular hard-working Australians instead of multinational corporations, but an expert says taxpayers should not be deterred from claiming everything they are entitled to.
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  • "Santander financial services is a successful finance brokerage, offering specially designed finance packages to clients worldwide, contact us via email: santander4service@aol.com to submit your..."

    By: Santander financial services at Apr 06, 2020 5:53PM

    Post: Claiming car expenses

  • "A really interesting question Mel. Whilst negative gearing of a rental property is great for the higher earning spouse as there is a nice tax deduction which comes back to them, it comes to bite..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Mar 04, 2020 9:36PM

    Post: Marriage

  • "Your refund is your asset. It would be up to the courts to determine if you have to share your assets when you settle your split."

    By: Mr Taxman at Mar 04, 2020 9:28PM

    Post: Marriage

  • "Sorry to hear Emma. Generally speaking when it comes to completing your income tax return and including spouse details, a spouse includes another person who: * you were in a relationship with that..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Mar 04, 2020 9:22PM

    Post: Marriage

  • "Admittedly not too much depreciation with a 2011 car but there will still be a few $$$ there still. My motto is that you would pick up $20 if it was on the ground so why not claim it in your tax..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Mar 04, 2020 8:59PM

    Post: Claiming car expenses