With an onslaught of extra people working from home thanks to COVID-19, tax-time in 2020 could look a little different from previous years.
It’s officially tax time again, fellow taxpayers, which means we can expect an onslaught of Aussies seething as they watch their mates cop a small fortune while they’re left with pennies.
Tax time can be painful or highly anticipated. Dr Adrian Raftery outlines the traps and tricks.
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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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  • "I think the Tax Commissioner would unfortunately consider it to be a personal expense Anne - like the purchase of a house would be."

    By: Mr Taxman at Sep 19, 2020 12:35AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses

  • "You can claim the 68 cents per kilometre method but that effectively covers all running costs of your vehicle. If you wanted to claim a % of running costs you will need to keep a 12 week logbook. "

    By: Mr Taxman at Sep 19, 2020 12:32AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses

  • "Its ok to choose from November 2019 for the start of your logbook Liezl. You can essentially chose any 12 week period during the year so long as its representative of your travel throughout the..."

    By: Mr Taxman at Sep 19, 2020 12:29AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses

  • "Yes you will be able to claim travel from one business location to another Rebekah"

    By: Mr Taxman at Sep 19, 2020 12:26AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses

  • "You wouldn't be able to claim upright but need to depreciate it Josh over a number of years."

    By: Mr Taxman at Sep 19, 2020 12:24AM

    Post: Claiming car expenses