Tags: GST

Australia's Goods & Services Tax (GST) is predicted to increase as pressure mounts on the Federal Government to fund its recent spending, including the recently minted COAG hospitals agreement.
Instant asset write offs, fringe benefits, single touch payroll…there’s a lot of jargon out there when it comes time to prepare your small business tax return.
There have been fresh calls for the GST to be raised, but some experts are saying now's a good time to review other unpopular taxes like stamp duty.
Small business owners are heading towards one of their most confusing tax times ever, and are being urged to get organised and get advice before it’s too late.
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An essential money-saving resource for every Australian who pays tax – updated for the 2020-2021 tax year and including the latest COVID-19 pandemic government relief measures.

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  • "My partner and I are wanting to get married. Unfortunately he has alit of tax debt from when he was a teenager. How or will this affect our tax returns once married? "

    By: BM at Jun 05, 2021 2:14AM

    Post: Marriage

  • "Old thread, but have a related question... If I have a "Foreign LLC" registered in the US and am trading Futures on US exchanges using a US FCM/broker (but am an Australian resident for tax..."

    By: CJ at Apr 06, 2021 6:46AM

    Post: Trading US futures in Australia

  • "Hi. I bought shares back in 2018.. And a few more since. I borrowed the money out of my home loan to do this. I still own the shares, but do not receive any dividends from them, although the value..."

    By: Harry at Mar 31, 2021 3:38AM

    Post: Borrowing to buy shares

  • "Hi Mr Taxman, this is a great forum, thanks. I am trading forex and commodities on an Asian platform. Whn I went to withdraw funds I was informed that the Australian Tax department requires me to pay..."

    By: Peter Andrew Sutherland at Mar 26, 2021 10:41PM

    Post: Foreign currency trading

  • "Im planning on hiring a Nanny to drive my child to my ex husband and back twice a fortnight adding up to approximately 6,000km a year. What will they be eligible to claim and what kinds of records..."

    By: Peta Granger at Feb 25, 2021 3:52AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses