Teacher Tax Return and Deduction Checklist

It’s that time of year again when you have to start thinking about your taxes and what deductions you can take as a teacher. Teachers do an incredible job educating our children day in and day out, but when it comes to their own taxes, they often need a little help.  Just like other professionals,[…..]

What is a Low Income Super Tax Offset?

What is the amount I will receive under LISTO? The maximum offset an individual can receive is $500. The amount you get is calculated based on your taxable income and contributions made to your super fund. On the other hand, the minimum amount is $10. In the event that the amount due is less than[…..]

Private Health Insurance Cover & Your Tax Return

How to Get the Private Health Insurance Cover Tax Return? If you want to receive the tax offset, you will need to file a tax return. The process is relatively simple and can be done online. You will need to provide your health insurance policy number as well as your income details. It is important[…..]

Foreign Residents and Capital Gains Tax

Foreigners Are Not Eligible for the Main Residence Exemption In Australia, capital gains tax is applicable for all individuals who sell properties that are not their main residence. However, there are exemptions for Australian permanent residents and foreigners with a secondary residence in the country. Australian permanent residents can qualify for a full exemption from[…..]

Investment Property Tax Tips in Australia

Bonus Tips: Prepayment of next year’s interest in advance to tax advantage. Many tax payers miss out on claiming mortgage insurance paid on loan with more than 80% LVR. It is classified as borrowing expenses. This is sometimes a substantial amount. An average mortgage insurance on a $750,000 loan can range from $5000 to $15000.[…..]