Tax time has finally arrived, and with the pending tax changes now having passed both houses and becoming law, you're ready to go with your 2019 tax return.
But what can you claim, without falling foul of the rules?
We have collated this year's ATO tax time publications, covering a wide range of occupations and deduction categories.
Of course, the best way to make sure your tax return is 100% correct, we recommend you engage a Registered Tax Agent, like G Henderson & Co.
We are personal tax return experts and can advice on all matters personal tax, including investments, shares, managed funds, investment properties, income from the gig and sharing economy such as AirBnB, Uber & Airtasker, as well as more complex matters such as foreign income etc.
Plus, we are available all year round - so if any tax related questions come up outside "tax time", you have a trusted advisor you can call on.
Occupation specific guides:
Apprentice | Cleaner | Construction Worker | Defence Force | Doctor or medical | Fitness and Sport | Flight Attendant | Hairdresser and Beauty | Hospitality | IT Professional | Meat Processing | Media Professional | Miner | Nurse Midwife Carer | Office Worker | Police Officer | Public Servant | Real Estate Professional | Retail Worker | Sales and Marketing | Security Industry | Teacher | Tradie | Train Driver | Travel Agent | Truck Driver
Can't find your occupation - don't worry, contact us, we can help!
Car Expenses | Clothing and Laundry | Gifts and Donations | Self Education | Travel Expenses | Working from Home
Questions about any other types of deductions - please call us.
Record Keeping | Foreign Income
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