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Working From Home: What Deductions Can You Claim?

Working From Home: What Deductions Can You Claim?

For a while now, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has been concerned about tax deductions individuals have been claiming for a whole host of expenses. The latest on their ‘hit list’ are home office expenses.  We guide you through what you can and can’t claim if you work from home.

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( Posted in: Tax )

Cash Payments Are Holding Your Business Back

Cash Payments Are Holding Your Business Back

Are you missing out on customers because you still think “cash is King?”

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Tax Obligations For Car Sharing

Tax Obligations For Car Sharing

The ATO has flagged these car sharing service platforms and believes that, by using their sophisticated data matching systems, they can identify where sharing platforms are being used to generate income.

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( Posted in: Community )

What Do You Need to Know About Airbnb?

What Do You Need to Know About Airbnb?

So there are extra rooms that you don’t use and it’s just occurred to you that the extra cash that could come in from renting a room or two on Airbnb outweighs the negatives of having a complete stranger in your home... OK, what do you need to be aware of?

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( Posted in: Investment Property )

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

You have had a great idea, worked really really hard, endured the late nights, a few bumps along the way, built up a good business and now it should be time to reap the benefits. But now things have taken a serious turn…..down.

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( Posted in: Tax )

Do you use your car for work or in your business?

Do you use your car for work or in your business?

YES? ... You should speak with us here at Paris Financial about claiming this in your Income Tax Return. But, be aware that the ATO have strict rules about what and how car use can be claimed.

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Small business restructure roll-over concessions

Small business restructure roll-over concessions

What happens if you are in the wrong structure? Have you ever had a chat with a colleague or mate and thought “why aren’t I doing that” or “I wish I could change the way my business works”.

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( Posted in: Tax )

Great news for everyone running a small business!

Great news for everyone running a small business!

The Small Business Entity threshold has increased to $10 million from 1 July 2016 onwards (became law on 19th May 2017). Previously the Small Business Entity threshold was $2 million. Basically, you are a Small Business Entity if you carry on a business and have an aggregated turnover of less than $10 million.

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( Posted in: Tax )