The audit is a dreaded part of tax filing that every Australian would like to avoid. Each year, the Australian Taxation Office announces which pieces of your financial information will be their main focus. While the best way to avoid an audit is to be clear, consistent, and honest with your reporting, there are some key things you can do to avoid finding yourself under the watchful glare of the ATO.
Time is money, as they say. On the other hand, it’s just as common to say “work smarter, not harder.” Trying to do too much at once can be overwhelming and ultimately bad for business, as it usually ends in getting very little done at all. Whether you’ve started your own firm or switched careers to something that allows you to work from home, you’ll need to re-evaluate how to best use your time.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics is now saying over 30% of Australian workers are working from the comfort of their homes. That’s nearly one in three. With the internet and social media readily available to most everyone, many people have found that there are some mighty advantages to those who work outside the confines of an office cubicle.