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Feb 2019 Tax Round Up - Legislation in limbo

by Knowledge Shop Editor, on 04/02/19 07:42

Legislation in limbo: the main residence exemption for non-residents – transitional rules expire 30 June 2019; expansion of single touch payroll to all businesses; and, the introduction of a similar business test.


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Members, download the full February 2019 Tax Round Up from the member-only website. To see what Knowledge Shop membership offers, call Lee or Clare on 1800 800 232 or take a tour online.


Join Michael Carruthers (Tax Director, Knowledge Shop) and Lisa Armstrong (MD, Knowledge Shop),for just the juicy bits of change for accountants and advisers:

  • Legislation in limbo:
    • The main residence exemption for non-residents – transitional rules expire 30 June 2019;
    • expansion of single touch payroll to all businesses; and,
    • the introduction of a similar business test.
  • The discussion paper changing the way an individual’s fame or image is taxed.
  • Foreign income tax offsets – the case the shows why clients might not get back as much as they think.

Enjoy!

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