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Select Beyond Numbers: December 2023

THE CONTROVERSIAL CASE OF THE TAXPAYER WHO CLAIMED A LOSS ON THEIR HOME A decision by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal hasthe tax world in a flurry after the Tribunal found infavour of a taxpayer who sold the apartment she livedin for a loss, then claimed the...

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Beyond Numbers: November 2023

WORKERS OWED $3.6BN IN SUPER Workers are owed over $3.6 billion in superannuation guarantee according to the latest Australian TaxationOffice estimates – a figure the Government and the regulators are looking to dramatically change. Download the full article...

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Beyond Numbers: October 2023

$20K DEDUCTION FOR ‘ELECTRIFYING’ YOUR BUSINESS Electricity is the new black. Gas and other fossil fuelsare out. A new, limited incentive nudges businesstowards energy efficiency. We show you how tomaximise the deduction! Download the full article...

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Beyond Numbers: September 2023

THE BILLION DOLLAR TIKTOK SCANDAL $1.7 billion paid out in fraudulent refunds, another$2.7bn in fraudulent claims stopped, around 56,000 alleged perpetrators and over 100 arrests to date. How did the TikTok tax scandal get out of control? Download the full article...

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Beyond Numbers: July 2023 Edition

THE 120% TECHNOLOGY AND SKILLS‘BOOST’ DEDUCTION. The 120% skills and training, and technology costs deduction for small and medium business have passed Parliament. We’ll show you how to take maximise your deductions.  Download the full article...

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Ace in the Hole – Budget 2023 – 2024

The ‘ace in the hole’ of the 2023-24 Federal Budget was the $4.2bn surplus; the first in 15 years.  The surplus was driven by a surge in the corporate and individual tax take. High commodity prices, inflation, and high employment have all pushed up corporate and...

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Tax treatment of JobKeeper payments handed back to

The ATO has clarified the tax treatment of JobKeeper payments handed back to the Government. The clarification comes after the Super Retail Group, Dominos Pizza and Toyota collectively returned more than $20 million in JobKeeper payments after reporting exceptional trading results.

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