Personal Tax Return Tips

Your Tax Return Due Date and Overdue Implications

By Warren Kruger / April 20, 2019 / 0 Comments

It is important to understand your obligations as an Australian Taxpayer to know your tax return due date. It’s extremely important. We have broken it down for you in simple terms to better understand your tax return due date. If you are lodging your taxes using an online platform yourself, you are required to lodge […]

Read More

ATO Scam Calls – What You Need To Know

By Warren Kruger / April 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

As most of you should hopefully know by now, there are MANY ATO scam calls going around Australia from automated voice messages to real people impersonating your accountant or tax agent. Recently the ATO have been made aware of the current scam calls which involve a pre-recorded call impersonating the ATO and threatening Australian Taxpayers […]

Read More

Is it a Hobby or a Business?

By Warren Kruger / February 18, 2019 / 0 Comments

If you are accepting money in the form of a sale for a product or service, it is important you determine whether you are running a business or if it is simply a hobby. We’ve listed below the important details to help you understand them. Running a Business The below characteristics generally indicate you are running […]

Read More

How Much Tax Do I Need To Pay?

By Warren Kruger / January 21, 2019 / 0 Comments

We often receive phone calls from our Clients asking us whether they are being taxed correctly in their wages. If you are unsure whether you are being taxed correctly, the ATO has an online calculator where you can answer a series of questions relating to your wages which will determine what tax should be withheld […]

Read More

Consumers Compensated by Financial Institutions Still Need to Consider Tax

By Warren Kruger / December 15, 2018 / 0 Comments

With the ongoing financial services Royal Commission, and likely future cases brought before various courts for compensation — or indeed the present building of class action lawsuits on the back of various revelations to come out of the Royal Commission — the ATO has felt the need to run over the rules (as they stand) […]

Read More

Taxpayer Alert, Not Alarm

By Warren Kruger / December 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

Every now and then you might read or hear about a “taxpayer alert” being issued by the ATO. Taxpayer alerts are the ATO’s “early warning” signals to the public about a certain area of concern — it could be about fraudulent schemes, or dodgy investments, or perhaps about a tax minimisation tactic that the ATO […]

Read More
Share
Call Now Button