Check with client before issuing an on-the spot refund

The Tax Office has recently advised that if a tax agent is intending to give their client a refund before the client's notice of assessment has been issued, there is certain information that tax agents should seek.

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Business Tax Working Group: Reducing the corporate tax rate discussion paper

The Business Tax Working Group (the Working Group) has recently released a discussion paper that canvasses a number of possible ways in which a cut to the company tax rate could be funded from within the business tax system.

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Fringe benefits tax - rates and thresholds
This information contains fringe benefits tax (FBT) rates and thresholds for the 2011-12 and 2012-13 FBT years.

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Russell v Commissioner of Taxation

Court

Citation(s):
[2011] FCAFC 10
2011 ATC 20-240
(2011) 79 ATR 315

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IT professionals - claiming work-related expenses

Contractors and employees have different tax and super obligations. In the information communication and technology (ICT) industry, individual workers are either employees or contractors. This guide is for employee information technology (IT) managers and project managers, including apprentices.

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Tips for charities
As part of our ongoing commitment to encourage willing participation in the tax system, we provide guidance and assistance to non-profit organisations to help them understand their obligations under the tax law.

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Taxpayer Alert: Exploitative GST arrangements using inflated valuation of intangibles

The Tax Office has recently released Taxpayer Alert TA 2012/5 which warns taxpayers to be cautious about  non-commercial arrangements where large input tax credits are claimed on acquisitions of intangible items (such as rights) at grossly inflated values.

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Fuel tax credits for business

This guide provides businesses that use fuel with the information you need about fuel tax credits. It will:

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Plumber employees - claiming work-related expenses

Contractors and employees have different tax and super obligations. In the plumbing industry, individual workers are either employees or contractors. This guide is for employee plumbers, including apprentices and trainees.

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Top tips for employers this tax time
As an employer, getting your end-of-financial-year paperwork in order, and understanding what you have to do, can be a challenge. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has some tips to help you get it right this tax time, with information about employer obligations including Pay As You Go (PAYG) withholding, Superannuation Guarantee, and knowing the difference between an employee and contractor.

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Capital gains tax - disposal of property or shares
In late June 2012, we will be writing to taxpayers who have been identified through information provided to us, as having sold assets such as shares or property and may have made a capital gain or loss.

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