Paul Wallbank The Centrelink debt demands are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to how data is used in your financial life.
Noel Towell IT projects thrown overboard as ATO orders all hands to keep tax time afloat.
Caitlin Fitzsimmons Eight of 10 Australians get a tax refund and the average last year was $2112
Noel Whittaker A crazy idea that looks like getting up was based on the notion that government could give small business a much-needed boost by cutting their company tax.
Melissa Browne There can be unexpected tax and financial consequences of a couple moving in together.
Noel Whittaker Capital gains tax on the family home is not to difficult to understand if you take it step by step.
Melissa Browne The challenge with paying tax is how to make sure you don't pay too much or too little but just the right amount.
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.
Laura Crowden Amid the mid-year stocktake sales and car dealership runouts is a notion that it is rather important - to sort out private health insurance before June 30.
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.
Leo D'Angelo Fisher That unsettling prickling sensation many of you will be feeling right now is just your hip-pocket nerve reacting as July 2 nears.
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.
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
Jo Stewart Australian consumers are used to the offshore call centre when dealing with telcos. But would you expect your accountant to outsource your tax return to a cheap outfit overseas?
Catherine Robson The end of the financial year is a time for financial reflection and proactive planning.
Daryl Dixon With the end of the tax year looming, now's the time to implement strategies to reduce this year's taxation bills.