6 tips to help you avoid debt
It is a rarely known fact but most banks and credit unions offer a "mortgage holiday" in most of their home loan products. Basically it where you can put your loan repayments on hold for a period of time, sometimes up to one year.
In this world of technology, virtually everything is at your fingertips. Use it effectively and it's guaranteed that you will save time and money. Here are a few different ideas of how technology can help you.
Calculate different payment scenarios based on your circumstances and use these as a guide to propose a payment arrangement that enables you to address your tax obligations.
You may not have much of it yet but money and its management will be an important part of your adult life. Money doesn’t grow on trees and you need to be smart with it. Here are a few money basics to help you
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  • "Congrats Bikash. If you are working as an accountant (or in the general field) then you can prepay your CPA course fees & claim as a tax deduction this year as work-related self education study. If..."

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  • "Hi Adrian, I bought your new book, got my free $500 after co-contribution. I am planning to my CPA, enrolment starts 30 June 2020 but semester only begins on August 2020. Can i claim the..."

    By: Bikash at Jun 23, 2020 3:59AM

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  • "If you run a business Bikash you could claim in full via the instant asset write-off. However if you are an employee you will need to depreciate the laptop & only claim a very small amount in your..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Jun 22, 2020 9:28AM

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  • "Can i claim laptop purchase with covid?"

    By: Bikash Rai at Jun 21, 2020 8:25AM

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  • "You won't be able to claim a deduction for car parking unless a0 you park for less than four hours between 7am and 7pm; or b) you park more than 1km from work (ie not close proximity to work)."

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