For individual tax payers, it is 31st October after the end of the financial year.
Every business is different so it can be difficult to identify deductions without knowing a little more about your business but we can safely say that the following expenses can usually be claimed as a deduction if you’re operating a business:
Please be aware that some of these expenses may not relate to your business or may not be claimed at 100% of the expense.
If you would like further information on what you can claim in your business please feel free to call our Office to book in an appointment and see one of our consultants.
We offer FFR service to all clients. However as you appreciate, if you have a tax or Centrelink debt, we will be unable to offer this service to you. Also there is a service fee for FFR. Kindly speak to our staff if you would like to utilise this service.
You do not have to pay tax on what you have brought over, just any earnings you have made from the time you moved. You will however have to pay tax on any interest earnt in a bank account from the money.
You can claim a deduction on expenses incurred if they are relevant to your job function. You will however require the necessary documentation of your travels, including a travel diary for overseas trips.
10 working days.
To prepare for the meeting, we have checklists that you can download directly from our website. Otherwise you can contact our office to confirm what is required.
If you earned less than $18,200 and didn’t pay any tax, you may not be required to lodge a tax return. However, it’s important to submit a non-lodgement advice to the ATO which explains that you don’t need to lodge and ensures they don’t list you as having an outstanding return. Without a non-lodgment advice, the ATO will assume you need to lodge and may take compliance action in order to force you to. We can prepare and lodge your non-lodgement advice.
You are able to claim money spent on replacing, insuring and repair tools you use for your work. Items over $300 will have to be depreciated.
If you use the items for your job, they can be claimed in your tax return. As the cost will likely exceed $300 they won’t be able to be claimed at full cost, they will need to be spread under depreciation.