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Should I Lodge Online or Find A Tax Accountant?

Are you looking for a tax accountant?

Many taxpayers are searching for a tax accountant near their area to lodge their tax returns. However, what would you say if you could lodge right from your bedroom?

Check out these steps on how to easily lodge your tax return online and tax tips on how to choose a tax accountant. Afterward, you can choose which option is right for you.

What about saving time? 

With E-lodge, our tax preparation services provide you with a user-friendly site, with which you can enter all the information. Unlike online tax services who you are paying for the complexity of your return, private accountants charge higher flat fees per the hour you are spending on your tax return.

On top of that, you don’t need to leave your home or can even finish your tax return on your lunch break. Here’s how to lodge your return online with us: Read the rest of this entry »

What’s New for the 2018 Tax Season?

 

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1 JULY marked the beginning of the 2018 tax season!

Have you lodged your 2018 tax return yet?

Before you get started, here are some tax changes you need to know for the 2018 tax season.

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Am I Eligible for the Lower Company Tax Rate for 2018?

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There are two company tax rates, the full company tax rate and the lower company tax rate.

The full company tax rate is 30% and the lower company tax rate is 27.5%. In general, company tax rates apply to companies, corporate unit trusts, and public trading trusts.

There has been a proposed law (Enterprise Tax Plan Base Rate Entities) to apply the lower corporate tax rate to all corporate entities with no more than 80% base rate entity passive income from 2017–18 to 2023–24.

 

Who is eligible for the lower company tax rate?

First, you need to be classified as a “base rate entity” company. Base rate entities must apply the lower company tax rate for the 2017-18 income year. To be a base rate entity company, you will have to meet the following: Read the rest of this entry »

What is the tax-free threshold for 2018?

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The first $18,200 of your yearly income is not subject to tax.

That sounds great, doesn’t it? This is known as the tax-free threshold. However, this only applies if you’re an Australian resident for tax purposes.

You can claim the tax-free threshold to reduce your tax withholding during the year. Find out if you’re eligible by reading on.

Here’s a breakdown of the 2018 tax-free threshold.
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How to Lodge Your 2018 Tax Return!

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1 July marks the start of the 2018 tax season!

Keep your eyes on your calendar!  The 2018 tax season runs from 1 July 2018 to 31 October 2018.

However, don’t get this confused with your financial year dates. In other words, you are lodging your 2018 tax return from the statements you received from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018.

Read on to find out how you can lodge your tax return, at your convenience.

Here’s what you need.

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What are the Income Tax Rates for 2018?

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What are income tax rates?

With the 2018 tax season approaching on 1 July, many taxpayers are looking for their specific tax rate for the 2017-2018 financial year. Income tax rates 2018 determine how much of your income will be subject to tax.

Read on to find out your tax rate to prepare for the 2018 tax season!

Take a look at these income tax rates for 2018.

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