How your unused leave is taxed

How your unused leave is taxed

When your job ends, whether there has been a termination of employment or redundancy you will receive a payment for unused leave. This payment will be taxed differently from your normal income. The taxation will vary depending on the reason why you left the job and any unused entitlements that have been accrued over your…

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How to protect yourself from super scams

How to protect yourself from super scams

Superannuation is an attractive target for scammers as a significant volume of funds are placed into super funds by Australians. There are some straightforward steps you can take to protect yourself from super scams. Know the rules Becoming familiar with the rules surrounding superannuation will alert you against scams which make false claims e.g. offering…

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What are fuel tax credits

What are fuel tax credits?

The government provides fuel tax credits for businesses with a credit for the fuel tax (excise or customs) that is included in the price of fuel used in machinery, plant, equipment, heavy vehicles, and light vehicles travelling off public roads or on private roads. Fuel tax credits a business receives depend on when the fuel…

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