Noel Whittaker We're planning to transfer the property back into my name. Will I be hit with a big bill?
George Cochrane Is the best strategy to offload our units oir keep them for the income?
Melissa Browne What are the recent rule changes to be wary of when filling in your tax return this year.
George Cochrane They are in good health, but obviously at their age, anything can happen.
Noel Whittaker My SMSF isn't complex - can I do my own tax return?
Christine Long What will you do with your tax refund? Spend it on something fun? Or use it like a financial firestarter to build something bigger for the future?
Noel Whittaker I would like to contribute more than the $25,000 limit into my super account. Is there a way to do it?
Potts Spot Many will pay $1000 more a year in tax within two years. But there are ways to avoid a higher tax slug.
John Collett Higher-income earners are bracing themselves for a 'deficit tax' on their earnings in the May 13 budget.
Melissa Browne Have a budget whinge, dust yourself off and maximise deductions to the limit.
Madeleine Heffernan An overhaul of the goods and services tax is inevitable and might help raise living standards, business groups say.
Melissa Browne The end of the financial year is only a few weeks away and the key to getting a better return this year is to do something rather than hope that it happens.
John Collett The Australian Tax Office is targeting building and construction workers and sales and marketing managers.
Barbara Drury The big challenge facing Australian taxpayers this month is to reduce their tax bill before the end of the financial year without getting the Tax Office umpire offside.
John Collett The Australian Taxation Office is targeting more than 110,000 rental property owners who have been identified through last year's tax returns as making incorrect claims.
Gareth Hutchens A popular argument is the idea that our economy will necessarily benefit if the corporate tax rate is cut.
John Collett The Tax Office releases a list of targets for tax time at this time each year, but a perennial target is property investors.
Penny Pryor Don't think you'd never get caught out by the Tax Office: you could, and the buck would stop with you, too.
Gareth Hutchens, Clancy Yeates Executives have questioned whether Australia can afford to lower the company tax rate.
David Potts Not to put too fine a point on it, but the rate is too low and too much is exempted. It could be an election issue - next time.