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02 Feb Criminal fraud convictions

The ATO is committed to dealing firmly with the small minority of taxpayers, intermediaries and others who commit fraud or other offences against the tax and superannuation laws. Criminal prosecutions are our firmest strategy for dealing with the minority of taxpayers who commit fraud or deliberately...

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02 Feb No escape for tax cheats

A word from the ATO: Two thousand individuals and companies were successfully prosecuted for fraud, tax and superannuation offences in the 2011-12 financial year. "Tax cheats are trying to get an unfair advantage, adding to the burden on the majority of people who do the right thing and...

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02 Feb “Don’t Forget to Bring” Checklist

The ATO requires you to declare all income received during the financial year.   This may include: PAYG Payment Summaries (Group Certificates) from your Employer or Superannuation Fund Centrelink Payment Summaries (excluding Family Tax Benefit and some pensions - check with Centrelink if in doubt) Bank interest you have received in...

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02 Feb How do I get a Tax Refund

Everyone loves to get a tax refund, and the bigger the refund, the bigger the bragging rights at the next BBQ.   A Guide to How it works (Basic wages) If you are on wages, you would be getting Tax Withheld by your employer every payday. The amount...

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