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101 ways to save money on your tax legally! : updated for 2015-2016

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101 Ways to Save Money on Your Tax–Legally! 2015–2016 sheds light on how you can increase your tax return by maximising your deductions. This practical guide explores how individual, family, property, education, employment, small business, investment property, shares, superannuation, medical expenses, levies, and other deductions can be leveraged to ensure that you receive the tax return you deserve—and that you do not overpay the government. You'll also get advice regarding tax-effective investments, tax planning, and the best way to go about finding a great accountant. Every year, you give a portion of your income to the government. While this money funds essentials like infrastructure, you certainly do not want to give more than you need to. This insightful guide provides you with the information necessary to ensure that you receive as much money back as possible on your tax return. Discover how you can maximise your deductions to increase your tax return—and get what you are entitled to back from the government each year Understand the tax law changes from the May 2015 budget Access tips that assist you in planning and filing your taxes with your best interests in mind Identify tax traps, and get answers to frequently asked questions 101 Ways to Save Money on Your Tax–Legally! 2015–2016 is an essential resource for every Australian who pays taxes.








Publication classification

A3.1 Revision/new edition

Copyright notice

2015, Adrian Raftery

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Wrightbooks (Wiley)

Place of publication

Milton, Qld.