June Client Alert

We are pleased to supply you with the latest edition of Client Alert, which contains information on a number of important taxation developments up to and including 26 May 2023.

  • Federal Budget update – Catch up on the personal and small business tax developments announced in the May 2023 Federal Budget.
  • ATO target areas for tax time 2023 – The ATO will target loan interest expenses, working from home deductions, and possible capital gains tax where a main residence is also used for income-producing purposes.
  • ATO ride-sourcing data-matching program extended – Records on approximately 200,000 individuals who provide ride-sharing services will be data-matched in the 2022–2023 income year.
  • Single Touch Payroll Phase 2: avoid common mistakes – Areas to watch include pay codes, continuity of year-to-date reporting, employee details and employment basis reporting.
  • Employers to pay super at same time as wages – Requiring employers to pay employees’ superannuation guarantee entitlements on payday from 1 July 2026 will be a significant change from the current requirements.

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