The legislative changes have made it more difficult and complex to sponsor applicants for the Subclass 457 visa. However, genuine applications should still satisfy the current eligibility requirements, and we can assist you with such applications. Changes that impact Subclass 457 visa applicants English Language Requirement & IELTS Testing Under the previous legislation that applied […]
Individuals The income tax rates for Australian tax resident individuals in both the 2012-2013 (30 June 2013) and 2013-2014 (30 June 2014) income tax years are the same: Taxable income Tax on this income 0 – $18,200 Nil $18,201 – $37,000 19c for each $1 over $18,200 $37,001 – $80,000 $3,572 plus 32.5c for each […]
There are a number of tax benefits / concessions available to small businesses which they can use when completing their tax returns. What is a small business for tax purposes and am I entitled? You have a small business entity (SBE) generally if you are carrying on business and can satisfy any of the following […]
Usually, if you sell an asset such as shares or real property, you are liable to pay capital gains tax (CGT) on it. However, you don’t need to pay CGT on your home or dwelling, whether it is a house or an apartment, if it is used as your main residence. Things get a bit […]
The due date to lodge your 2013 income tax return differs for everybody and can be quite complex. It generally depends on a number of factors such as what type of taxpayer you are, for example, an individual, a trust, partnership or a company and whether you are going to lodge your return yourself or […]
Individuals generally only need to pay tax in Australia if you are one of the following: An Australian tax resident, or If you are not an Australian tax resident, you need to pay tax in Australia if you have earned income “sourced” in Australia. Am I an Australian tax resident? A resident for Australian tax […]
This post has been updated and reflects the current Subclass 457 legislative requirements which were introduced on 1 July 2013. See our update in relation to the 1 July 2013 legislative changes. Under the new legislation that came into effect on 1 July 2013, applicants will be required to demonstrate ‘Vocational English’ unless one of the below […]
Has your visa application been refused or your visa cancelled? If you have been refused an Australian visa, one of the options for a review of this decision may be to apply to the Migration Review Tribunal (‘MRT’). The MRT will re-assess the application to determine whether you meet the eligibility requirements for the visa, […]
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