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Taxes for Foreigners Working in Australia

Taxes for Foreigners Working in Australia Taxation isn’t a new concept. It has been in and around for quite some time now. It works on a simple idea that anyone working in a specific country or state ought to pay a certain amount as taxes. The same is then spent on infrastructure and several other growth [...]

2018-07-21T12:50:11+00:00 July 20, 2018|Australian Taxes, Blog|0 Comments

Tax Deductions in Australia

Tax Deductions in Australia For individuals working in Australia, life is no different at least from a taxation point of view. You are liable to pay taxes on the money that you earn as salary, wages, returns from renting out places, interests and dividends earned, profits that you have made by selling shares or properties [...]

2018-07-17T23:35:23+00:00 July 17, 2018|Australian Taxes, Blog|0 Comments

4 Easy Steps To File Your Taxes In Australia

4 Easy Steps To File Your Taxes In Australia This post helps you understand how you could file your taxes in Australia. All individuals earning in Australia are liable to pay taxes to the government. If you are working for an organization and receive a salary, things are relatively easier for you, because your [...]

2018-07-17T23:35:23+00:00 June 4, 2018|Australian Taxes, Blog|0 Comments

Owe Taxes? These Tips Can Help

Owe Taxes? These Tips Can Help A few of us receive an intimation letter from the IRS stating that we owe them some money in the form of taxes. Sure enough, nobody likes to receive such emails. However, if you do here are some ways you can handle the situation without losing your sleep. Do [...]

2018-07-17T23:35:23+00:00 April 11, 2018|Deduction & Credits|0 Comments

Last Minute Tax Tips Before Deadline

Last Minute Tax Tips Before Deadline Procrastination of tax returns is not a unique phenomenon. In fact, a lot of tax payers file their tax returns in the last two weeks before the deadline. Filing tax returns earlier than the deadlines is better as you are not rushed and chances of making mistakes is also [...]

2018-07-17T23:35:23+00:00 April 6, 2018|Tax Preparation|0 Comments

Owe Taxes? These Tips Can Help

Owe Taxes? These Tips Can Help A few of us receive an intimation letter from the IRS stating that we owe them some money in the form of taxes. Sure enough, nobody likes to receive such emails. However, if you do here are some ways you can handle the situation without losing your sleep. Do [...]

2018-07-17T23:35:24+00:00 April 3, 2018|Tax Planning, Tax Preparation|0 Comments

Tax Tips for First Time Filers

Tax Tips for First Time Filers Filing taxes for the first time? Don’t let all the experts and jargons overwhelm you. At the end of the day, if you understand some very basic points clearly, you shall pass this test as well. If you are out of the college or just took your first job, it [...]

2018-07-17T23:35:24+00:00 March 27, 2018|Tax Preparation|0 Comments

Un-reimbursed Employee Business Expenses

Un-reimbursed Employee Business Expenses Paying more taxes is something that not many of us are fond of. If one pays close attention, there are a lot of ways by which you can reduce your tax liability. And yes, these are all legal ways which the IRS has outlined. For individuals who end up spending some [...]

2018-07-17T23:35:24+00:00 March 23, 2018|Deduction & Credits|0 Comments

American Opportunity Tax Credit

American Opportunity Tax Credit Tax credit systems are in place to let tax payers deduct a certain amount from their tax liability to the state or federal government based on different programs. One such initiative is the American Opportunity Tax Credit, or commonly known as AOTC. This tax credit system is designed specifically for college [...]

2018-07-17T23:35:24+00:00 March 20, 2018|Deduction & Credits|0 Comments