Monthly Archives: December 2019

Traveling while “on call”

I’m “on call” so my travel to and from work is not private… Wrong… Sometimes… According to Draft Taxation Ruling TR 2019/D7, titled “Income tax: when are deductions allowed for employees’ transport expenses?”, travel of an employee while ‘on call’ may not … Continue reading

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Imputation and Base Rate Entities

How many franking credits can I attach to this dividend, 30% or 27.5%? I have been asked this question countless times since we introduced Base Rate Entities and the lower company tax rate of 27.5%. It is not a hard … Continue reading

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Gloxinia dies – finally

In my small town (Canberra) we love property development which we can sell to well paid public servants. But there is something strange about Canberra (more than one thing but stay on point Ken). We don’t own our land, we … Continue reading

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