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.
If your first fortnightly pay of the new financial year is on 1 July, you could have a 27th pay period, so how do you avoid a tax bill next financial year?
ATO refuses to answer whether $720m worth of Centrelink refunds will be treated as taxable income
It’s episode 50 of Mind Your Own Retirement with your effervescent host and the holder of Australia’s favourite pipes, John Deeks.
Unprecedented numbers of us have had to work from home this year and for many, navigating what to claim as allowable tax deductions is perplexing. Moreover, any resultant tax refund is especially important for those who have had their hours reduced, pay rate slashed or lost their jobs altogether and need this money now more than ever.

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