Tax Advice

14 December 2021
Tax Lawyer Sydney Melbourne

Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) Exemptions

If your business engages employees then you probably know that any extra benefit you make or pay to an employee is treated as a fringe benefit […]
9 February 2021
Tax Lawyer Sydney Melbourne

Subdividing your main residence – Tax Tricks & Traps

We all know you do not pay tax when you sell your main residence, but tax treatment is much more complex if you subdivide and sell […]
23 July 2020
Tax Lawyer Sydney Melbourne

JobKeeper rules change

JobKeeper Rules change JobKeeper has been extended until 28 March 2021 but with new rules in relation to payment rates and business eligibility. JobKeeper payment rates […]
28 May 2020

Are Gambling Wins Taxable?

Are gambling wins taxable? Typically, winnings from gambling are not taxable. BUT, there is a caution to this. The winnings of a “professional” gambler are taxable. […]
22 May 2020
Tax Lawyer Sydney Melbourne

Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) investigating tax agents JobKeeper restructuring

Are you a tax agent providing restructuring advice so that your client can obtain Covid19 JobKeeper? The Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) has provided clear instructions on […]
28 January 2020
Tax Lawyer Sydney Melbourne

Tax and Employee Share Schemes – ESS

Employee share schemes (ESS) are an effective way of providing benefits to employees who perform well but they also come with a tax bill. Employee shares […]
8 July 2019
Tax Lawyer Sydney Melbourne

Transfer Pricing – SMEs simplified rules

If you have international transactions with a related party – eg a loan from your foreign subsidiary – your Australian tax will be affected if the […]
13 November 2018
Tax Lawyer Sydney Melbourne

Tax Cryptocurrency: ICO income or capital?

As everyone knows, the taxation of cryptocurrency is a very grey area.  However, the ATO considers that cryptocurrency is a CGT asset (and not cash). Thus […]
10 June 2018
Tax Lawyer Sydney Melbourne

Buying overseas goods online? Be prepared to pay an extra 10% GST tax

Wonder why Amazon has blocked Australians from their US sites?  It is because from 1 July, goods bought online from overseas will incur a 10% GST […]

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