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Control of Use of Dangerous Articles

Filed under: Weapons, Industrial Relations, Criminal Law, Taxation and Revenue

This charge is made when a person is in a public place and has something on them that could be used as a weapon.

Law: Additional Records for Taxation

Filed under: Taxation law, Taxation and Revenue

Additional Records for Taxation is a criminal charge used when a person is given a written notice by the Tax Commissioner to keep additional records for...

What is the Law for Wilfully Destroying Records?

Filed under: Taxation and Revenue

It is illegal to wilfully damage or destroy records that are required to be kept for taxation purposes.

Accessibility of Records for Tax Department

Filed under: Taxation and Revenue

Accessibility of Records for Tax Department is used where a person is required to keep certain records that can be easily produced for the Tax Commissioner,...

Two of the scariest words in the English language: “Tax audit”. What happens if you are audited?

Filed under: Taxation and Revenue

Just the mere mention of the word “tax’ is enough to make most people break out in a cold sweat, and if the word “audit” is also included, it may provoke...

Service Charges - To Deduct, or Not to Deduct

Filed under: Taxation and Revenue

The claiming of deductions by taxpayers of amounts necessarily incurred in gaining or producing their assessable income has become second nature, due in...

Deal breaker: GST credits on retirement village developments

Filed under: Taxation and Revenue

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) has ruled in favour of the Australian Tax Office (ATO) on whether developers of retirement villages can claim...

2016 Federal Budget Commentary

Filed under: Taxation and Revenue

What can be made of the Federal Treasurer’s first budget, which has been delivered against the backdrop of an imminent election and in the midst of, some...

How to Avoid an Audit for Payroll Tax

Filed under: Taxation and Revenue

Payroll tax is often completely overlooked by business. One reason is that payroll tax creeps up on businesses and without realising it their wages exceed...

Payroll Tax the biggest earner for Queensland and Victoria

Filed under: Taxation and Revenue

The single largest contributor of taxation revenue in Queensland and Victoria is payroll tax.


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