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1 Confusion over personal income tax changes - what are you really entitled to?
2 Personal Taxation - Higher Education Reform
3 2017 Federal Budget Highlights
4 Starting a Business - Do the Numbers Stack Up?
5 What Are The Acres Of Diamonds In Your Business?
6 2016/17 Budget: Superannuation Changes
7 2016 Budget: Access To Small Business Tax Concessions
8 Keeping Track of Your Business Growth
9 Small Business Measures
10 2015/2016 Budget Overview
11 Claiming Travel Between Home & Work
12 Do you have a Will? Your will might be due for a review
13 Thinking of Starting A Business?
14 2014-15 Budget Changes for Business
15 2014/15 Budget Overview for Individuals
16 Tax on Rental Properties
17 We are opening a cafe in a few weeks' time. How can we operate the business to be most tax-effective based on our structure?
18 How can the new, simplified tax rules can help my small business?
19 Can I claim for the maintenance I pay my ex wife for my children?
20 I have been receiving fortnightly payments of the Family Tax Benefit all year. Do I..
21 26. I have married during the year. What effect does this have on my tax return?
22 25. Can I claim anything for the cost of my children's education?
23 24. I run a small business and in June pre-paid 12 months rent on the premises...
24 23. I am self employed and have paid personal superannuation contributions all year. Can I claim?
25 22. I have started my own business and wonder if I need to register for GST.
26 21. I have had a large pay rise and am worried that I will now have to pay the Medicare Levy...
27 20. I am approaching my 55th birthday and have heard that I may not have to pay as much tax?
28 19. I received an additional PAYG Payment Summary (group certificate) after I completed...
29 18. Do I need to bring my wife with me to complete my tax return?
30 17. I am four years behind in lodging my tax returns. What should I do?
31 16. What is the difference between resident and non-resident tax rates?
32 15. What is the minimum income stream allowed to be drawn from a self funded superannuation fund?
33 14. What is the out of pocket medical expenses threshold?
34 13. What do I need to set up a Sole Trader business?
35 12. How do I apply for the government co-contribution?
36 11. What is the superannuation contribution percentage?
37 10. Do I have to pay superannuation for anyone under the age of 18?
38 9. Do all employees have freedom of choice of where their superannnuation can be paid?
39 8. What is the maximum/minimum salary for employer superannuation to be payable?
40 7. Do you offer a bookkeeping service?
41 6. How can I get a payment slip if I have lost my BAS or IAS form?
42 5. How long do I need to keep my tax records?
43 4. Can I fax my signed lodgement to you?
44 3. When do I need to pay the Superannuation for my staff?
45 2. When is my Tax Return due?
46 1. When is my Business Activity Statement due?

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Confusion over personal income tax changes - what are you really entitled to?

 The recent income tax cuts that passed through Parliament do not mean everyone automatically gets $1,080 back from the Government as soon as they lodge their income tax return. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has been inundated with calls from taxpayers wanting to know where their money is and how they can access the $1,080 they now believe is owing to them.

Personal Taxation - Higher Education Reform

The Government has unveiled extensive changes to the fee structure of Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) schemes. These changes include a decrease in the minimum repayment threshold, as well as significant amendments to repayment rates.

The Government also announced an annual increase in student contributions of 1.82 percent, totalling approximately 7.5 percent over a period of four years. The increase will come into effect from July 1, 2018. A new minimum threshold of $42,000 will be established with a 1% repayment rate and a maximum threshold of $119,882 with a 10% repayment rate. By way of background, for 2017/18, the minimum threshold is $55,874 and the minimum repayment rate is 4%. The maximum threshold for 2017/18 is $103,766 with an 8% repayment rate.



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