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The Resource 101 ways to save money on your tax - legally! : the essential guide for all Australian taxpayers, Adrian Raftery

101 ways to save money on your tax - legally! : the essential guide for all Australian taxpayers, Adrian Raftery

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101 ways to save money on your tax - legally! : the essential guide for all Australian taxpayers
Title
101 ways to save money on your tax - legally!
Title remainder
the essential guide for all Australian taxpayers
Statement of responsibility
Adrian Raftery
Title variation
  • 101 ways to save money on your tax - legally!
  • One hundred and one ways to save money on your tax
Title variation remainder
2017-2018 edition
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Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Mr. Taxman is back to save you even more on your 2017-2018 tax 101 Ways to Save Money on Your Tax ? Legally! is the quintessential guide for every Australian taxpayer. Updated annually to keep pace with changing tax laws, this book shows you how to maximise your return and keep more of your hard-earned money. Why pay more than your fair share? This year's edition explains all of the changes to the May 2017 budget, and provides indispensable advice from Mr. Taxman himself! Find answers to your questions and identify every deduction that applies to you; leverage your business, education, family, property, medical expenses, levies, shares and superannuation to receive your maximum return. This invaluable guide goes beyond tax prep to help you position yourself for an even better return next year! Learn where and how to invest, the traps you should avoid and how you can start planning now so you can owe less the next time around. It's not about "cheating the system”? by clarifying obscure language and complicated rules, this book simply helps you reclaim the money that belongs to you.* Understand how changes to the tax laws affect you for 2017-2018 * Maximise your deductions and avoid overpayment * Get organised with tips and advice for your specific situation * Avoid tax traps, correct errors and get the return you deserve Taxes are important for a functional society, but the government is only entitled to so much of your money. So many Australians overpay their tax every year? It?s time to separate yourself from the crowd. Pay what you owe, but not a cent more, with the clear, expert guidance in 101 Ways to Save Money on Your Tax? Legally!
Cataloging source
NJB
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1971-
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Raftery, Adrian
Dewey number
336.2060994
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Tax deductions
  • Tax incentives
  • Taxation
  • Finance, Personal
Target audience
adult
Label
101 ways to save money on your tax - legally! : the essential guide for all Australian taxpayers, Adrian Raftery
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Publication
Copyright
Note
2017-2018
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I YOU AND YOUR FAMILY -- 1.Marriage -- 2.Income splitting -- 3.Dependant (invalid and carer) tax offset -- 4.Children -- 5.Paid parental leave -- 6.Dad and partner pay -- 7.Child care -- 8.Low-income earners -- 9.Senior and pensioner tax offset -- 10.Other government benefits -- 11.Family breakdown -- 12.Death -- 13.Trusts -- pt. II YOUR EMPLOYMENT -- 14.Car usage -- 15.Methods to claim car travel -- 16.Travel -- 17.Uniform -- 18.Home office -- 19.Other work-related deductions -- 20.Keeping those receipts -- 21.ATO hit lists -- 22.Redundancy -- 23.Working a second job -- 24.Salary sacrifice -- 25.Fringe benefits -- 26.Living-away-from-home allowance -- pt. III YOUR EDUCATION -- 27.Claiming self-education expenses -- 28.The $250 threshold -- 29.Self-development courses -- 30.Higher Education Loan Program -- 31.Student Financial Supplement Scheme -- 32.Austudy and ABSTUDY -- 33.Trade Support Loans -- 34.Scholarships --
  • Contents note continued: 35.School building funds -- 36.Education savings plans -- 37.Other government assistance -- pt. IV YOUR INVESTMENT PROPERTY -- 38.Negative gearing -- 39.Interest -- 40.Depreciation -- 41.Low-value pooling -- 42.Repairs and maintenance -- 43.Travel to see your investment property -- 44.Borrowing expenses -- 45.Legal expenses -- 46.Other rental property deductions -- 47.Foreign investment properties -- 48.Capital gains tax -- 49.PAYG withholding variation -- 50.Property genuinely available for rent -- pt. V YOUR SHARES -- 51.Dividends -- 52.Franking credits -- 53.Dividend reinvestment plans -- 54.Lower income earners -- 55.Borrowing to buy shares -- 56.Other allowable deductions -- 57.Shares and capital gains tax -- 58.Realising capital losses -- 59.Inheriting share portfolios -- 60.Share traders versus share investors -- 61.Rights and options -- 62.Employee share schemes -- 63.Share portfolios within self managed superannuation funds --
  • Contents note continued: pt. VI YOUR SUPERANNUATION -- 64.Contribution limits -- 65.Compulsory employer contributions -- 66.Salary sacrifice -- 67.Super co-contribution -- 68.Transferring foreign super -- 69.Self managed superannuation funds -- 70.Buying property within SMSFs -- 71.Gearing through a super fund -- 72.Accessing your super -- 73.Transition to retirement -- 74.Account-based pensions -- 75.Death benefits -- 76.Lost or unclaimed super -- pt. VII YOUR BUSINESS -- 77.Choosing the right business structure -- 78.Tax obligations -- 79.Record keeping -- 80.Deferring tax -- 81.Trading stock -- 82.Bad debts -- 83.Home-based businesses -- 84.Employing people -- 85.Tax concessions and offsets -- 86.Selling or closing down -- 87.Personal services income -- 88.Non-commercial losses -- 89.Franchising -- pt. VIII MISCELLANEOUS -- 90.Overseas income -- 91.Getting a great accountant -- 92.Lodging your tax return -- 93.Amending returns and objecting to assessments --
  • Contents note continued: 94.ATO data matching -- 95.Problems paying your tax -- 96.Medical expenses tax offset -- 97.Levies -- 98.Zone and overseas forces tax offsets -- 99.Tax-effective investments -- 100.Tax planning as a 365-day process -- 101.Just do it!
Control code
000060000277
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
2017-2018 edition.
Extent
xvi, 266 pages
Isbn
9780730344940
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)987376596
Label
101 ways to save money on your tax - legally! : the essential guide for all Australian taxpayers, Adrian Raftery
Publication
Copyright
Note
2017-2018
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I YOU AND YOUR FAMILY -- 1.Marriage -- 2.Income splitting -- 3.Dependant (invalid and carer) tax offset -- 4.Children -- 5.Paid parental leave -- 6.Dad and partner pay -- 7.Child care -- 8.Low-income earners -- 9.Senior and pensioner tax offset -- 10.Other government benefits -- 11.Family breakdown -- 12.Death -- 13.Trusts -- pt. II YOUR EMPLOYMENT -- 14.Car usage -- 15.Methods to claim car travel -- 16.Travel -- 17.Uniform -- 18.Home office -- 19.Other work-related deductions -- 20.Keeping those receipts -- 21.ATO hit lists -- 22.Redundancy -- 23.Working a second job -- 24.Salary sacrifice -- 25.Fringe benefits -- 26.Living-away-from-home allowance -- pt. III YOUR EDUCATION -- 27.Claiming self-education expenses -- 28.The $250 threshold -- 29.Self-development courses -- 30.Higher Education Loan Program -- 31.Student Financial Supplement Scheme -- 32.Austudy and ABSTUDY -- 33.Trade Support Loans -- 34.Scholarships --
  • Contents note continued: 35.School building funds -- 36.Education savings plans -- 37.Other government assistance -- pt. IV YOUR INVESTMENT PROPERTY -- 38.Negative gearing -- 39.Interest -- 40.Depreciation -- 41.Low-value pooling -- 42.Repairs and maintenance -- 43.Travel to see your investment property -- 44.Borrowing expenses -- 45.Legal expenses -- 46.Other rental property deductions -- 47.Foreign investment properties -- 48.Capital gains tax -- 49.PAYG withholding variation -- 50.Property genuinely available for rent -- pt. V YOUR SHARES -- 51.Dividends -- 52.Franking credits -- 53.Dividend reinvestment plans -- 54.Lower income earners -- 55.Borrowing to buy shares -- 56.Other allowable deductions -- 57.Shares and capital gains tax -- 58.Realising capital losses -- 59.Inheriting share portfolios -- 60.Share traders versus share investors -- 61.Rights and options -- 62.Employee share schemes -- 63.Share portfolios within self managed superannuation funds --
  • Contents note continued: pt. VI YOUR SUPERANNUATION -- 64.Contribution limits -- 65.Compulsory employer contributions -- 66.Salary sacrifice -- 67.Super co-contribution -- 68.Transferring foreign super -- 69.Self managed superannuation funds -- 70.Buying property within SMSFs -- 71.Gearing through a super fund -- 72.Accessing your super -- 73.Transition to retirement -- 74.Account-based pensions -- 75.Death benefits -- 76.Lost or unclaimed super -- pt. VII YOUR BUSINESS -- 77.Choosing the right business structure -- 78.Tax obligations -- 79.Record keeping -- 80.Deferring tax -- 81.Trading stock -- 82.Bad debts -- 83.Home-based businesses -- 84.Employing people -- 85.Tax concessions and offsets -- 86.Selling or closing down -- 87.Personal services income -- 88.Non-commercial losses -- 89.Franchising -- pt. VIII MISCELLANEOUS -- 90.Overseas income -- 91.Getting a great accountant -- 92.Lodging your tax return -- 93.Amending returns and objecting to assessments --
  • Contents note continued: 94.ATO data matching -- 95.Problems paying your tax -- 96.Medical expenses tax offset -- 97.Levies -- 98.Zone and overseas forces tax offsets -- 99.Tax-effective investments -- 100.Tax planning as a 365-day process -- 101.Just do it!
Control code
000060000277
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
2017-2018 edition.
Extent
xvi, 266 pages
Isbn
9780730344940
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)987376596

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