The Taxpayers Guide 2014-2015

The Taxpayers Guide 2014-2015

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Answer your questions and maximise returns with this easy-to-follow tax guide The Taxpayers Guide 2014 a€“ 2015: 26th Edition is the complete guide to understanding the Australian tax system. Packed with tax-saving strategies and helpful advice, this clear, easy-to-follow guide is essential reading for taxpayers wanting to pay what they owe, but not a cent more. You'll find invaluable information, excellent advice and practical strategies for maximising returns, fully revised and updated for the 2014 a€“ 2015 tax year. With handy reference tools like tax tables, rebates and offsets at your fingertips, you'll be able to solve both complex and everyday tax problems quickly and easily. This book brings together almost a century of expertise from Taxpayers Australia in one comprehensive volume. Taxpayers Australia is a not-for-profit educational organisation dedicated to educating taxpayers on issues relating to tax and superannuation. This guide is the organisation's one-stop resource for understanding the tax system, providing plain-English guidance toward saving money and avoiding common traps. Comprehensively indexed and organised for easy navigation, the book provides the answers and insight you need in order to: Understand income tax rates and deductions for individuals and contractors Simplify superannuation and planning for retirement Decipher capital gains, investments and trusts Solve small business issues and straighten out payroll taxes Australia's complex tax system presents many opportunities to miss out on savings. This comprehensive tax resource clarifies complicated guidelines and laws to help you sort out what you really owe. If you're tired of overpaying but wary of questionable advice, look to one of Australia's most trusted tax guidesa€”The Taxpayers Guide 2014 a€“ 2015.The property is no longer the taxpayera#39;s main residence if the taxpayer purchases a property overseas and treats that overseas property as their main residence. A taxpayer does not have to re-occupy the dwelling before a CGT event happensanbsp;...

Title:The Taxpayers Guide 2014-2015
Author:Taxpayers Australia Inc
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2014-09-08


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