Odometer readings need to be recorded as at 31 March 2019 for all motor vehicles supplied by an employer.
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For some time now, the Building and Construction Industry has been required to lodge an annual Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR) with the Tax Office detailing which contractors they have paid, what their ABN is and how much they have paid them during the year. This measure was intended to catch out contractors who were not paying tax on their income.
If your business isn’t up to date with your PAYG withholding obligations, you may not be entitled to claim any business related tax deductions.
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