TaxWise® individual news - September 2016

Author: The Tax Institute

Published Date: 2 Sep 2016


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This issue of Taxwise covers:

  • tax time 2016: it's tax time! what you need to know about the key changes
  • targeted personal income tax cut
  • claiming work-related expenses?
  • ATO retires e-tax in 2016
  • myTax
  • myTax tools
  • what might delay your return?
  • backpacker tax delayed until January 2017Complete
  • FBT exemption for work-related electronic devices
  • ATO paying extra attention to unusual' deduction claims, in particular car expenses
  • Div 293 messages in myGov
  • tax deductions for personal superannuation contributions
  • tax implications for the sharing economy
  • new law applying GST to imported digital products and services
  • new tax rules for property sales over $2 million
  • attention company directors: obtaining information from the ATO
  • lifetime cap on non-concessional superannuation contributions
  • new ATO project super scheme smart: pre-retirees warned against tax scheme
  • diverting personal services income to SMSFs.








  • Published By:The Tax Institute
  • Published On:2 Sep 2016

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