• Why do the tax agents always tell me different hings every time I do my tax return?

    I've been going to the same place to do my tax return for four years and they keep telling me I can claim this and that but when next year I bring receipts for this and that they decide I actually CAN'T claim tax on them? As far as I know you can claim anything you use for work directly such as my uniform,... show more
    I've been going to the same place to do my tax return for four years and they keep telling me I can claim this and that but when next year I bring receipts for this and that they decide I actually CAN'T claim tax on them? As far as I know you can claim anything you use for work directly such as my uniform, shoes, stationary etc but when I brought in receipts for the 3 paid of steel cap boots I bought over the past year they said "Why did you buy so many? You can only claim one pair a year" to which I was shocked since the previous years I always got tax back for multiple shoes! I work an extremely physical job, my shoes do not last more than four months and even by that point they're falling apart and I buy high quality shoes! She also said I can't claim socks, I always could before, I can't claim stationary because "I couldn't prove it was for work purposes" they never asked for proof before and god knows how I would even prove that, do I need photos of myself using a pen at work? It seems like their job is to get me as little tax back as possible!
    5 answers · 5 months ago
  • Is mortgage payments tax deductible?

    I bought a home after applying for a mortgage of $500000 for 30 years. My annual salary is $70000 before tax. My question is Is my interest payment or capital payments tax deductible? Thanks
    I bought a home after applying for a mortgage of $500000 for 30 years. My annual salary is $70000 before tax. My question is Is my interest payment or capital payments tax deductible? Thanks
    8 answers · 6 months ago
  • Do i have to pay tax when i sell my nudes online?

    Best answer: They are tax liable but you can deduct costs of making the photos from the profit. So the cost of your camera, computer, Photoshop subscription, some electric bill, etc etc can be deducted..
    Best answer: They are tax liable but you can deduct costs of making the photos from the profit. So the cost of your camera, computer, Photoshop subscription, some electric bill, etc etc can be deducted..
    5 answers · 6 months ago
  • How do I know if I got the job at KFC?

    Best answer: Hello, this is MR. Colonel Sanders the 3rd. I am pleased to announce you have got the job. PLease report to your nearest KFC for orientation.
    Best answer: Hello, this is MR. Colonel Sanders the 3rd. I am pleased to announce you have got the job. PLease report to your nearest KFC for orientation.
    11 answers · 1 year ago
  • I think about having intercourse with my gf's cousin...?

    She's older and married (with someone who cheated on her) and has kids.... I'm in my 20's. I felt her staring at me when we were at a party, and when she was talking to me she kept repeating my full name. It triggered me and gave me urges to ask her to have some fun... What do I do? It's such an... show more
    She's older and married (with someone who cheated on her) and has kids.... I'm in my 20's. I felt her staring at me when we were at a party, and when she was talking to me she kept repeating my full name. It triggered me and gave me urges to ask her to have some fun... What do I do? It's such an extreme fantasy but I would never hurt my gf.
    7 answers · 1 year ago
  • Why are capitalist governments allowed to double-dip into the taxpayers money...? Taxed at pay day..?

    Best answer: basically the elite types hoodwink people into not knowing who is stealing from them, its not really the govts, its the people behind the public figures .. the truth is that in a fiat currency economy, which almost all are these days, there is need for NO taxes whatsoever, if govts were the ones actually... show more
    Best answer: basically the elite types hoodwink people into not knowing who is stealing from them, its not really the govts, its the people behind the public figures .. the truth is that in a fiat currency economy, which almost all are these days, there is need for NO taxes whatsoever, if govts were the ones actually controlling the money they could simply print what they need and control the supply to keep inflation ect in check ... but the elites hide and get programs in place to put the population in debt to them, taxes is just one of those schemes .. and through this apparatus they gradually aquire more and more of the real assets and wealth .. all 'you' have is paper with nothing backing it up ..
    5 answers · 1 year ago
  • I did my payslip wrong, but I already got payed and my boss says I have to do tax return to get it back. What should I do?

    I did my payslip wrong, but I already got payed and my boss says I have to do tax return to get it back. What should I do? So I got a new job and we had to hand in our tfn declaration forms but I did mine wrong when I found out I got payed $50 less and my boss says he can't fix it and I have to go online and do... show more
    I did my payslip wrong, but I already got payed and my boss says I have to do tax return to get it back. What should I do? So I got a new job and we had to hand in our tfn declaration forms but I did mine wrong when I found out I got payed $50 less and my boss says he can't fix it and I have to go online and do tax return. So I went online and tried to do it I made a myGov account and got the link for the ATO but it says there's no tax return found. And now I don't know what to do. I don't even pay tax or anything like that.
    4 answers · 2 years ago
  • 15 year old being taxed more then half pay?

    My son has just started his first job after school. Doing 2-3 shifts per week at Mcdonalds. The last 2 weeks he has earned roughly $120 but only paid $70 in his account. We have just sent documents away to get a tax file number. He spoke to the manager he filled in a tax form but its happened again! spoke to... show more
    My son has just started his first job after school. Doing 2-3 shifts per week at Mcdonalds. The last 2 weeks he has earned roughly $120 but only paid $70 in his account. We have just sent documents away to get a tax file number. He spoke to the manager he filled in a tax form but its happened again! spoke to another manager they dont know either. What should he do? if Im correct I thought he was too young to be taxed or not earning enough.? Its bloody wrong that they have taxed him at all..whats the point claiming at tax time when it will cost him that to do a tax return.
    12 answers · 2 years ago
  • Are debt payments considered as exempt or non-assessable non-exempt?

    Say I make $50,000 a year and I owe $50,000 due to debts I owe to people/government acquired for my student loans. Hypothetically if I voluntarily repay all $50,000 of my salary to pay off my debt in that one year, do I still need to pay any tax? (ie are debt payments deductible or exempt or non-assessable non-exempt?)
    Say I make $50,000 a year and I owe $50,000 due to debts I owe to people/government acquired for my student loans. Hypothetically if I voluntarily repay all $50,000 of my salary to pay off my debt in that one year, do I still need to pay any tax? (ie are debt payments deductible or exempt or non-assessable non-exempt?)
    12 answers · 2 years ago
  • Why do I have to pay for things in US dollars on eBay when I'm buying from someone in Australia?

    I live in Australia, I'm buying from someone else who also lives in Australia yet I have to pay 30c more for every dollar because they convert it to US dollars? ******* why?! If I'm buying from someone in the USA I get it but I'm not!
    I live in Australia, I'm buying from someone else who also lives in Australia yet I have to pay 30c more for every dollar because they convert it to US dollars? ******* why?! If I'm buying from someone in the USA I get it but I'm not!
    7 answers · 2 years ago
  • How much does hungry jack pay per hour?

    im under 18 and im going to be working there its my first job anyone know an estimate of what i would get paid
    im under 18 and im going to be working there its my first job anyone know an estimate of what i would get paid
    1 answer · 2 years ago
  • If I work at home and get paid by an overseas company in cryptocurrency (i.e BTC, ETH), am I required to pay tax?

    Best answer: You would pay tax in the country you're living in. It doesn't matter what country is paying you, your income is happening where you live and work. If you're in Australia, you pay tax there.
    Best answer: You would pay tax in the country you're living in. It doesn't matter what country is paying you, your income is happening where you live and work. If you're in Australia, you pay tax there.
    2 answers · 2 years ago
  • Do you get taxed if you get paid in cash?

    Best answer: Yes and no.
    Officially you do.
    But you can also be paid "cash in hand" which is how some people operate. An example of this is your neighbour asking you to help build his wall and he'll give you a 100 for the help....thats cash in hand and some people are employed like that.
    Best answer: Yes and no.
    Officially you do.
    But you can also be paid "cash in hand" which is how some people operate. An example of this is your neighbour asking you to help build his wall and he'll give you a 100 for the help....thats cash in hand and some people are employed like that.
    2 answers · 2 years ago