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16/11/2018Phoenix operator sentenced to jail in WAWestern Australian business owner, Sung Jae Cho, was today sentenced in the District Court of Western Australia to five years and four months' jail for fraudulently obtaining more than $890,000 through illegal phoenix activity. He was also ordered to repay the money he stole.
16/11/2018Updates to the Small Business Super Clearing HouseFind out about changes to SBSCH terms and conditions and end of year processing.
14/11/2018ABN and GSTRide-sourcing is taxi travel for goods and services tax (GST) purposes. If you have a ride-sourcing enterprise, you must have an Australian business number (ABN), be registered for, and pay GST.
14/11/2018Perth man sentenced for large-scale GST fraud after a decade-long investigationA Perth stockbroker was today sentenced to five years’ jail for committing large-scale tax fraud while living in the United States more than a decade ago.
14/11/2018Ride-sourcing drivers - What you need to knowThis checklist provides the basics of what you need to do for tax purposes when starting out as a ride-sourcing driver.
14/11/2018SMSF webinarsWe run free SMSF webinars for superannuation professionals and trustees of self-managed super funds.
14/11/2018Scams alert as tax bill due date draws nearWhile most taxpayers received a tax refund this year, around one million taxpayers will need to make a payment to the ATO. With the 21 November due date just around the corner, the ATO wants Australians to be on high alert for tax scams, especially the increasing trend of scammers demanding payment through Bitcoin ATMs.
14/11/2018Sydney tax agent sentenced to five years' jailA 42-year-old tax agent was today sentenced in the Sydney District Court to five years’ jail for tax fraud and money laundering, after being convicted of taking more than $75,000 from his clients and the Australian Taxation Office.
13/11/2018Agent compliance, future of the tax profession and e-invoicing - webcast recording availableThe recording and transcript for the latest Tax professionals conversations webcast held on 5 November 2018 is available.
13/11/2018News, events and resourcesSingle Touch Payroll (STP) reporting starts from 1 July 2018 – check here for news, events including the latest webinars, and resources including factsheets.
13/11/2018Open forumsOpen Forums provide an opportunity for you to have open, face-to-face discussions with us about matters affecting you, your clients and your practice.
13/11/2018Private use of business carsHelp your clients understand their fringe benefits tax (FBT) obligations. We are writing to you on behalf of your clients about business cars for private use by employees that may have a FBT liability.
13/11/2018Switch to Single Touch PayrollSingle Touch Payroll can streamline your reporting.
13/11/2018Using external agencies for lodgment obligationsAfter consultation with your professional associations we will now also use external collection agencies for overdue lodgment obligations in some cases. You may receive an email letting you know we will be contacting your clients and they may be referred to an external collection agency.
12/11/2018First Home Super Saver SchemeThe First home super saver (FHSS) scheme allows people to save money for their first home inside their superannuation fund.
12/11/2018Terms and conditions - two week deferral offerTerms and conditions of the two week lodgment and payment deferral offer.
12/11/2018Tips for completing USM adjustment templatesThese tips will help you complete and lodge USM adjustment templates correctly so we can process your request without delay.