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  1. Rental properties 2016
  2. Guide to depreciating assets 2016
  3. Personal investors guide to capital gains tax 2016
  4. GST food guide
  5. GST and the margin scheme
  6. International transfer pricing - introduction to concepts and risk assessment
  7. Mutuality and taxable income
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  • GST for taxi driversPractical advice to help taxi drivers correctly report business income and expenses for goods and services tax (GST).
  • Personal living expensesThis guide explains the importance we place on examining taxpayers' household expenditure when seeking to identify omitted cash income in the course of reviews or audits.
  • Consolidation: overviewThis document provides an introduction to the operation of the consolidation regime including eligibility requirements, potential costs and benefits, reporting and payment, and timing and transitional provisions.
  • Guide to depreciating assets 2011-12If you use a capital asset, such as a car or machinery, in earning your income, you may be able to claim a deduction for the cost of that asset, spread over its effective life. NAT 1996-6.2012.
  • Guide to depreciating assets 2012-13If you use a capital asset, such as a car or machinery, in earning your income, you may be able to claim a deduction for the cost of that asset, spread over its effective life. NAT 1996-6.2013.
  • Guide to depreciating assets 2016If you use a capital asset, such as a car or machinery, in earning your income, you may be able to claim a deduction for the cost of that asset, spread over its effective life. NAT 1996-6.2016.
  • Fuel tax credits - businessIf you are registered for GST and acquire fuel for use in your business activities, see if you can register and claim a credit for the fuel tax included in the price of the fuel.
  • Fuel tax credits calculation worksheetHow to calculate the fuel tax credits amount to claim on your business activity statement.
  • GST and medical servicesHow GST applies to medical services. For information about how GST applies to other health services, refer to 'GST and other health services
  • GST and other health servicesExplains what health services, apart from medical services, are GST-free.
  • SMSFs - GST and financial suppliesSelf-managed superannuation funds that provide an interest in a regulated super fund or buy and sell shares (or make financial supplies) may be able to claim some or all of the GST credits related to their financial supplies.
  • Strategic Statement 2003-05This strategic statement gives us a clear sense of direction and a framework for the Tax Office's activities over the next three years.
  • Strategic Statement 2006-10This strategic statement gives us a clear sense of direction and a framework for the Tax Office's activities over the next four years.