John Collett The Tax Office is targeting the growing number of people making a living or supplementing their regular income from the sharing economy.
Caitlin Fitzsimmons Face-to-face fundraising is here to stay, but while it's effective for charities, there are more effective ways to give.
Melissa Browne If you're letting a property to tenants, it's important to know what you can and cannot claim.
Melissa Browne Making sure you're financially organised is the key to ensuring you maximise your tax return and receive your refund as soon as possible.
Christine Long Many people will make spontaneous donations to charity before the end of the financial year, but Bryony Green and others like her will be banding together for more "purposeful and planned" giving.
Melissa Browne Many people are quick to complain about how changes to our tax system will affect them, but they won't do anything about it.
Clancy Yeates For all the fuss about bracket creep, its impact is often overestimated.
Catherine Robson The end of the financial year is a time for financial reflection and proactive planning.
Sally Patten With just three weeks to go before the end of the financial year, sprinters have limited time to get their financial affairs in order before the taxman comes calling
Daryl Dixon With the end of the tax year looming, now's the time to implement strategies to reduce this year's taxation bills.
Melissa Browne If you're tossing up whether to work for a start-up you need to understand how share options work.
Melissa Browne An accountant shares tax strategies arising from the 2016 federal budget for individuals, businesses, and employees.
Caitlin Fitzsimmons It's not just that one in three buyers are investors, it's also that they're disproportionately competing with first-home buyers.
Kate Cowling Beyond the handbag or man bag, there are easy deductions taxpayers miss every year.
Melissa Browne Handbags can be tax deductible if you use them for work, but the Tax Office is fussy about documentation.
Daryl Dixon If the tax-exempt proportion of capital gains is cut to 25 per cent, it will change the original objective of taxing only real capital gains.
Noel Whittaker Tax reform is in the spotlight.
Daryl Dixon The ongoing tax reform debate has created new difficulties for making medium and long term investment decisions.
Daryl Dixon Given the ongoing uncertainty about the future tax treatment of superannuation, investing in the family home and gearing investments now offer more certain benefits.
Daryl Dixon If superannuation is made less attractive, it would encourage the well off to over-invest in the family home and do even more negative gearing of investment properties.