Tax for Australians For Dummies helps you beat the taxman at his own game and get the maximum refund you're entitled to. Find out what you can claim as an employee, student, retiree, or small business owner on expenses like home offices, cars, investment properties, self-education, Super contributions, and more. Comprehensively updated for the 2014-15 tax year, this book provides complete coverage of changes to the tax legislation, as well as proposed changes that haven't made it into law yet. You'll learn tax tips, technicalities, and warnings, and get information on what things like financial hardship, relationships, and employment type mean when it comes to tax. Designed to help you take advantage of everything from investments to kids to government concessions, this book has you covered from every angle.
Do you want to be sure you're getting the maximum tax refund? Of course! Tax for Australians For Dummies is the only resource you need to ensure that you get every cent you deserve. Easy to read and clearly explained, this book guides you step by step through the complex Australian tax system to show you what you can claim, and exactly what you're owed.
- Get the latest tax rates, FBT, CGT, and superannuation thresholds
- Learn about the 0.5% increase in Medicare levy and 2% temporary budget repair levy on high income earners
- Investigate the changes to small business deductions
- Discover what marriage and same-sex relationships mean at tax time
- Explore the tax implications for running your own self-managed superannuation fund
Prepare your taxes yourself without worrying about missing out on deductions and shorting yourself on your refund. Tax for Australians For Dummies provides the most up-to-date information and step-by-step instruction to get every cent that you should.
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