TaxWise® individual news - April 2015

Author: The Tax Institute

Published Date: 1 Apr 2015


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This issue of Taxwise covers:

  • Medicare levy surcharge and private health insurance rebate
  • superannuation guarantee rate
  • super contributions caps
  • changes to superannuation excess concessional contribution cap
  • are you paying super fund fees unnecessarily?
  • time limits for Family Assistance lump sum payments
  • dabbling in Bitcoin? what's the tax' story?
  • what's the ATO's view of GST and crowdfunding?
  • are you in a partnership?
  • correcting arrangements involving private companies and shareholders and their associates
  • nil activity statements must be lodged
  • if you work in the building and construction industry
  • do you own a rental property?
  • selling or closing down a business
  • ATO updates
  • the Privacy Commissioner and the tax file number privacy rule. 


  • Published By:The Tax Institute
  • Published On:1 Apr 2015

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