Reforms, including stopping multinational tax avoidance by fossil fuel companies and boosting coal and gas royalties, could give the budget a hefty boost.
Battered businessman Craig Smith-Gander is set to strike a deal to end a bankruptcy battle with his failed flagship Kwik Transport & Crane Hire’s tax debt adviser.
Aussies are coughing up millions in fines for submitting shady tax returns, including one tax agent who has been blasted for serious misconduct.
Too many Australians seem to take a ‘live fast, die young’ attitude to their superannuation – rebels without a clue who hate paying tax but are happy to ignore the zero-tax powers of their retirement savings.
People battling the cost-of-living crisis are getting creative to pay the bills, but there are some things to consider before starting a side hustle.
The Treasurer has dropped a big hint on whether one group of people will still get a major tax cut under the Labor government.
Australia's highest earning areas have been revealed ... and these Perth suburbs have come out well on top.
Treasurer Jim Chalmers says a discussion paper on cracking down on multinational tax avoidance will be released within days.
Australia’s richest woman has backed a proposal which would allow one group of workers to help solve the current skills crisis.
In bad news for pubs and patrons, Aussie beer drinkers could soon be forking out up to $15 for a pint. Here’s why.
The country’s biggest tax dodgers have finally been exposed, along with some of their sneakiest tricks.
One group of people making repeated “mistakes” on their tax returns have been warned they will be caught.
Aussies often get creative with their tax returns, but some take it to a new extreme with the ludicrous expenses they claim.
WA small business owners face an uphill battle to navigate a raft of legislative changes that come into effect this new financial year, business consultants warn.
Changes are coming for people receiving Centrelink payments with a raft of new rules. Here’s what you need to know for the new financial year.
A new survey has revealed Australians are unprepared for unexpected bills - but there’s one simple trick to saving.
There’s fudging a few numbers to beat the taxman to save a few bucks, then there’s the claims so outlandishly out of bounds they even give an accountant a laugh. Here’s a few of the best (and worst).
While there are a raft of new rules kicking in from Thursday, playing with the existing superannuation rules in a clever way can save you thousands in tax and interest on your loans.
Millions of Aussies are set for a cash boost to combat the soaring cost of fuel, groceries and power bills. Find out if you’re eligible.
The ATO has executed a number of raids across the country in what it describes as a “warning” to fraudsters.
Veteran insolvency accountant and Pitcher Partners founder Bryan Hughes is being probed in the WA Supreme Court over suspected insolvent trading at his brother Wayne Hughes’ failed internet technology venture.
Pensioners aren’t the only ones set to receive a hefty increase in payment thresholds when Centrelink readjusts its figure to account for inflation.
Aussies could be eligible for a range of deductions on this year’s tax return if Covid-19 impacted their work expenses.
The Australian Taxation Office anticipates COVID-19 will continue to impact the income and deductions taxpayers will be reporting in their returns this year.
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