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Small Businesses and tax compliance, PAYE for employees of overseas companies

Small Businesses and tax compliance, PAYE for employees of overseas companies Managing fringe benefit tax A global minimum corporate tax rate? The Week In Tax · Small Business Tax issues, managing FBT & international tax developments Transcript Friday was Small Business Day. If you spent money with a participating small business and posted your interchange on […]

The potential tax implications of the Climate Change Commission’s draft advice.

A look at the potential tax implications of the Climate Change Commission’s first draft advice to the Government The latest from the OECD on international tax A look at what a recent slew of reports and documents say about the state of Inland Revenue and its priorities The Week In Tax · Tax implications of […]

Climate Change Commission’s draft report

Terry Baucher looks at some of the taxation ramifications from the Climate Change Commission’s draft report The Climate Change Commission released its draft advice for consultation on 31st January. What of note did it have to say about the role of taxation? The Commission’s Necessary Action 3 recommended accelerating light electric vehicle (EV) uptake.  As part […]

Fringe benefit tax

Fringe benefit tax How workable is the Greens Party’s wealth tax? Is unemployment insurance on the cards? The Week In Tax · FBT & motor vehicles, how workable is the Green Party’s wealth tax & unemployment insurance Transcript The new car sales results in July turned out to be something of a surprise, with 8,400 new passenger […]

Working from home – can you claim a deduction for your expenses?

Are extra expenses and use of personal assets to work from home deductible against your taxable income? As usual with tax, its complicated. We’re in week three of the Lockdown, and although the Prime Minister has indicated there may be a possible shift to Level 3 from 22nd April, a majority of employees may still be […]

More on Inland Revenue’s criteria for relief as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic

More on Inland Revenue’s criteria for relief as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic The fringe benefit tax lesson from David Clark’s misadventures The pros and cons of a Financial Transactions Tax   Transcript This week, Inland Revenue has been updating its guidance as to the measures that have been introduced by the Government to help in […]

Shareholder advances under Inland Revenue scrutiny – are you paying FBT on these advances?

Shareholder advances under Inland Revenue scrutiny – are you paying FBT on these advances? More about using cheques to pay tax Australian tax complications when purchasing property Transcript This week, Inland Revenue gets curious about loans to shareholders. More about how you can pay your tax and the cost of investing in Australian property just […]

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Is that ute really exempt from FBT?

This week in tax Inland Revenue explains the work related vehicle exemption Is insulation deductible? Should it be? Just how good is Inland Revenue’s $1.5 billion business transformation? Transcript

Taxing Bitcoin and twin cab utes

This week Terry discusses three news stories Should we follow the UK’s lead and change the way we calculate FBT on cars? Is a tax war about to break out over France’s digital services tax Bitcoin – Inland Revenue hasn’t forgotten about it

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