Sessional lecturer entitled to superannuation support

August 26, 2022

The Federal Court has agreed with the ATO that a lecturer providing services to a higher education provider was a common law employee and therefore entitled to superannuation support, despite being engaged as an independent contractor. The ATO reviewed the situation and concluded that the lecturer was entitled to receive superannuation support.  This was on […]
Reminder for first-time share investors to declare income

October 13, 2021

The ATO has issued a reminder for first-time share and Exchange Traded Funds ('ETF') investors.
Time running out to register for the JobMaker Hiring Credit

September 8, 2021

The JobMaker Hiring Credit scheme's third claim period is now open, so if a taxpayer has taken on additional eligible employees since 7 October 2020, they may be able to claim JobMaker Hiring Credit payments for their business.
Travel allowances and ‘LAFHAs’

September 8, 2021

Whether accommodation and food and drink expenses are deductible depends on the facts and circumstances of each case, so the Ruling uses examples to show how to determine the deductibility of these expenses in a range of situations.

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