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Your first tax return

Tax basics

If you earn income you will probably pay tax. Understanding how income tax works and how to do your tax return can help you sort out your finances at tax time.

Need a bit of help with your tax?

What is tax?

Tax is the money we pay to the governments; the federal government, state and territory governments and local governments.

The governments use tax revenue to...

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Income tax for business | business.gov.au

Income tax for business

Last Updated: 2 June 2017

Federal income tax is levied on the taxable income of a person or a business. It's calculated on assessable income less any allowable deductions.

Assessable income is generally income your business earns - it does not include GST payable on sales you make, or GST credits.

Allowable deductions are deductions for certain expenses that you...

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TEN TAX TIPS FOR STUDENTS? [1] - Business Newsroom

May 17, 2017 / La Trobe / 0 Comments

By Mark Morris

Few student welcome the prospect of preparing and lodging an income tax return with the Australian Taxation Office (the ATO).

However, where the income tax deducted from a student's job exceeds the total income tax payable for the tax year the only way in which a student can obtain a refund of overpaid tax is by lodging an income tax return.

Of...

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Dependent Spouse Tax Offset 2014 | E-Lodge

My partner of 23 years retired aged 69 December 2014; his earnings for 2013/14 exceed the $9k, but he

is not intending to rejoint the workforce.

He is now solely dependent on me for his day to day living expenses, can I claim him as a dependant spouse on my tax.

Tax Advisor

15 July, 2014 at 6:54 am

Hi Jo,

I suggest taking a look at a page on our website to determine who would qualify as a...

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Tax Free Threshold Australia | E-Lodge

Hi Chris,

Hi Chris,

It depends on how much you are making. How many days a week do you work at the job where you make $707? The job where you work once a week is not withholding any amount, and the other job is.

It many situations, the primary job, the withholding tax rate is lower because of the existence of a tax-free threshold. All other work has tax withheld based on a rate that excludes the...

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