We’re now less than 10 days away from the start of 2014 tax time and we’re excited to share some big news with you!
The 2014 Etax Online Tax Return is live and ready for you to start! And it’s tablet and mobile friendly!
In today’s Tax Tips, we’ll give you a sneak peak at some of the massive new changes included in the new return, plus to help you prepare we’ve included two new deduction related posts to get you thinking about what you may be able to claim on this year’s return.
I hope you enjoy using our new return and please send us a message if you have any feedback you’d like to share with us. We listen to all comments our users make and they serve as the starting point for all of the improvements we make each year!
The 2014 Tax season is less than two weeks away and we’ve got some big news to share with you…
The 2014 Etax return is improved, better than ever and it’s ready now.
At Etax we live by our motto “making tax easy”. After a huge upgrade for 2014, we hope you’ll agree that we’ve made Australia’s best online tax return even better.
Every year we ask users for suggestions and feedback. Those comments are the basis for our upgrades each year. Sometimes this means developing all-new technology in response to your requests.
Read on to see what’s new and improved…
You can save big just by claiming your work uniform expenses on your tax return! Have a look at our list below – do you belong to one of these professional categories with special needs relating to work uniform expenses?!
Is your uniform compulsory?
If you have a compulsory uniform that is strictly enforced at your workplace, then you can claim for the cost of purchasing it. It must have a company logo and identify you with your place of work. You can’t make a claim for…
Rental property tax deductions allow property owners to access an incredible range of possible tax deductions that can boost your tax refunds and put more rental income into your pocket.
What are Rental Property Tax Deductions?
If you own a rental property that you receive an income from, you can claim any expense associated with earning that income. Rental property tax deductions are deductions (from your taxable income) of expenses relating to the owning and operating a rental property. And there are lots of them!
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