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Lodgment/Payment Deferral for Bushfire VictimsThe ATO has announced that they have granted 2 months deferral for lodgment & payment of taxes to the taxpayers affected by the recent bushfires in NSW & Queensland. It has also been informed that the taxpayers need not contact the ATO to ...
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Tax Agent Lodgment ConcessionsThe ATO has said that they will review the lodgment due dates & apply lodgment concessions as required for new clients added by the tax agents where overdue documents are being lodged. This can take up to 3 weeks to appear on the agent’s client list.Trea ...
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This is a wonderful holiday season. I am delighted to wish you and your family funfilled holidays, Merry Christmas and a Beautiful 2020.I would like to thank you for all your trust and support to me and Carisma solutions in 2019.We look forward to growing with you in 2020 and beyond.Gratefull ...
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#November 2019 tax updates
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 ATO to scrutinize every return for tax time 2019The ATO has announced that it will scrutinize every tax return for the tax time 2019 as part of an ongoing focus on closing gaps. The ATO has also announced that the taxpayers who have made incorrect claims may be subject to audit even if ...
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We are glad to share our September edition of Monthly update. Below are ATO and other major updates up to August 2019.The ATO strongly encourages all employers with 19 employees or less to get on board and start reporting through Single Touch Payroll (STP) from 1 July 2019. The ATO understands the m ...
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A Special professional is one who uses their artistic and intellectual skills and abilities rather than their technical skills. The artistic path is not very lucrative, save for a handful of exceptional people. Most of them do not enjoy the benefit of a stable income or job and must take whatever wo ...
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Rental deductions and cryptocurrency data-matching are joining work-related expenses on the Australian Taxation Office’s list of priorities as Australians prepare to lodge their tax returns.By Zilla EfratWhile it’s still keeping a firm eye on work-related expenses, the Australian Taxation Offic ...
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Members of regulated superannuation funds will not have to meet the work test after 1 July 2020if they are 65 or 66 years of age. Under the bring-forward rules, individuals meeting the agerequirement can make three years’ worth of non-concessional superannuation contributions (i.e.after-tax contri ...
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Corporate,Carisma blog
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Dear Client,Greetings from Carisma Solutions. We are delighted to inform you that this September, we will be sponsoring and attending the CLASS CONNECT CONFERENCE (Sep 16-18) in Sydney and XEROCON 2018 (Sep 4–6) in Brisbane, Australia. If you are around, ...
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Skill shift
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Skill shifts have accompanied the introduction of new technologies in the workplace since at least the Industrial Revolution, but adoption of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) will mark an acceleration over the shifts of even the recent past. The need for some skills, such as techn ...
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