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More than $29 billion in temporary business and personal income tax cuts, a $33 billion boost for care services and $4 billion more for training programs, are at the core of the government’s budget which aims to create 250,000 jobs by the end of 2022 and drive the unemployment rate below 5%.
The client (a private company) has a loan from a shareholder (an individual). The shareholder wishes to forgive part of the loan owing from the company. What are the tax implications for the company and the shareholder, if any? No interest has been charged or paid on the loan.
A client purchased a franchise (that is, a right to operate as a franchise in a certain area). The client did not go ahead with the franchise business but did spend $25,000 on the purchase.Is the $25,000 capital or is can this be claimed as general business deductions against his other business income?
The first COVID-19 vaccination in Australia rolled out on 21 February 2021 preceded by a wave of protests. With the rollout, comes a thorny question for employers about individual rights, workplace health and safety, and vaccination enforcement.
Fringe benefits tax (FBT) is one of Australia’s most disliked taxes because it’s cumbersome and generates a lot of paperwork. The COVID-19 lockdowns have added another layer of complexity as many work patterns and behaviours changed.
Legislation that passed through Parliament last month prevents taxpayers from claiming a deduction for expenses incurred for holding vacant land. The amendments are not only retrospective but go beyond purely vacant land.