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Increase your refund: Australian tax return tips for employees: 2014-2015 Scott Kay

Increase your refund: Australian tax return tips for employees: 2014-2015

Scott Kay

Published June 9th 2014
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Kindle Edition
129 pages
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2014-2015 EditionIncrease your refund helps employees navigate the complicated world of Australian tax and gives you the help you need to claim all the deductions you are entitled to.The book contains more than 50 real life examples and has beenMore2014-2015 EditionIncrease your refund helps employees navigate the complicated world of Australian tax and gives you the help you need to claim all the deductions you are entitled to.The book contains more than 50 real life examples and has been updated after the May 2014 budget and will help you complete your 2014 tax return and prepare for the 2015 year.Deductions - The book lists what you can and cant claim for all common labels including car, travel, uniform, self-education, other work-related, gifts and donations and cost of tax affairs.Bonus spreadsheet - Download a spreadsheet which sets out all deduction categories and calculations to help you (this alone is worth more than the price of the book!)Claim more - Learn where you dont need receipts and find deductions that you (or your accountant) may not have claimed in the past.Keep adequate records - By using the simple strategies and practical tips in this book you can stop worrying about your tax!Low/Medium income earners - Discover how much you can earn tax free and find out exactly how much your tax deductions are worth (which is more than you think!).High earners - Learn about 2014 tax updates such as further private health changes and using your spouse to reduce your tax.ATO - Read about common tax office query areas, and what to do if your return is queried or amended by the ATO.Understanding tax - Gain information about how much a tax deduction is worth and definitions about the tax system (what is a non-refundable tax offset?).About the author: Scott Kay is a Chartered Accountant with over ten years tax experience. He has contributed to Bigpond, has been featured on A Current Affair and writes his own blog www.nomoney.com.au.