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Case Study | Plumber Saves $1,598 Tax

Thomas is a plumber who wants to save tax so he can buy a new car.

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Case Study | Aircraft Engineer Saves $1,551 Tax

Frankie is an aircraft engineer working for Qantas at the Sydney Airport. He wants to protect his valuable tools and save tax.

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Case Study: Tax Deductible Dog Saves $564 Tax

Robert is a plumber and has recently lost tools due to theft at the building sites he works on. Robert purchases a dog to take to work for companionship, and to also protect his tools.

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Case Study | Relocation Expenses

Tom, an employee mining electrician has just got a new job in Port Headland, WA and will need to relocate his family from QLD.

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Case Study | Change PSI to Personal Services Business

James is employed as a contract engineer at two different engineering companies. He would like to build wealth and save tax at the same time.

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Salesperson Saves $1,551 in Tax

Roy, an employee software salesperson, uses his own motor vehicle for work purposes and is reimbursed the cost by his employer.

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Optometrist Saves $7,168 in Tax

Over the last five-years Joanne has borrowed heavily from her practice company to finance extensive house renovations.

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Truck Driver Saves $14,513 in Tax

Tom Roberts owns and drives his own truck making contract freight deliveries around Perth five days per week. When Tom visited his Balcatta, WA accountant he said he was concerned about the financial viability of his business and worried about protecting the family home if the business failed.  

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Husband & Wife Doctors Save $42,534 in Tax

Husband & Wife Doctors Save $42,534 in Tax by salary packaging their private motor vehicles, transferring their personal investments into Super and taking advantage of the $20,000 asset write-off.

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Private Investigator Saves $16,410 in Tax

Protecting Simon’s personal assets whilst reducing his tax payable from $57,832 to $41,422 per year (saving $16,410).

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