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Posts Tagged 'tax evasion'

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Is your accountant a Penguin?

If your accountant says you can legally save tax by storing your money in places inhabited only by penguins, seals and seabirds, red alarm bells should be ringing.

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Income Tax General Anti Avoidance Rules

The general anti-avoidance rules contained in Part IVA of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 (Cth) (‘Part IVA’) may be applied by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to deny a taxpayer the tax benefit of a scheme 

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The Most Common Illegal Business Tax Avoidance Strategies

The top 8 Illegal business tax saving strategies.

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The Most Common Illegal Employee Tax Avoidance Strategies

The top 7 illegal tax saving strategies used by Australian Employees.

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Scale of Tax Avoidance

The Australian Federal Government has created a special task force to police the cash economy, which is worth an estimated $21 billion a year or 1.5 percent of gross domestic product.

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Community Attitudes towards tax avoidance

Community attitudes towards tax avoidance vary from approval through neutrality to outright hostility.

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Legal vs Illegal Tax Saving Strategies

Paying our legal taxes is a small price to pay for the benefits we enjoy in a privileged, prosperous, and safe society such as Australia. 

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Illegal Tax Saving Strategies

Illegal tax saving strategies damage the fabric of society and Government policy is clearly to minimise or eliminate them.

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Infamous Tax Evader - Willie Nelson

In the summer of 1977, Nelson discovered that his manager, Reshen, had been filing tax extensions and not paying the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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Infamous Tax Evader - Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart is a convicted tax evader. Before doing jail time for insider trading, Stewart was forced to pay $220,000 in back taxes and penalties to the State of New York, learning the hard way that East Hampton mansions also generate taxes.

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