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Emergency support for disaster affected businesses
7 months ago

Emergency support for disaster affected businesses

It goes without saying that the bushfire emergency over the past two weeks in SA, NSW and Victoria – and the related evacuation of large areas in some of these …
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Coles loses $40 million case against the ATO over evaporated fuel
11 months ago

Coles loses $40 million case against the ATO over evaporated fuel

Supermarket giant Coles has lost a $40 million Federal Court case against the Australian Taxation Office over tax it paid on 107 million litres of evaporated fuel sold through its …
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Big business to be examined by ATO to ensure they are correctly paying workers
1 year ago

Big business to be examined by ATO to ensure they are correctly paying workers

A number of big businesses could find themselves in strife for underpaying employees, under a new Australian Tax Office crackdown.

The ATO is scrutinising PAYG and superannuation payments, as business …
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Coles in $40 million claim against tax office over disappearing fuel
2 years ago

Coles in $40 million claim against tax office over disappearing fuel

Coles is suing the tax office in an attempt to claw back $40 million it paid in fuel excise, in what could prove a timely top-up for the supermarket’s coffers …
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New tax and super information service for small business owners
3 years ago

New tax and super information service for small business owners

By  •  Information

Staying up to date with taxation and superannuation laws is one of the areas that small business owners struggle with, largely because few have the time to wade through complex …
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Taxing questions for the trucking industry
4 years ago

Taxing questions for the trucking industry

After years of being overcharged for fuel excise, the Australian trucking industry is becoming increasingly able to benefit from favourable interpretations of often-complex legislation. But the debate is not quite …
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Tax man to hit SMEs and individuals with random audits

Nassim Khadem, 05 November 2015

The Australian Taxation Office will commence random audits of a sample of hundreds of small and medium businesses and individual taxpayers next year to identify …
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