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Taxation Law Work Need Expert 5 Legal, Tax, Legal Research, Tax Law, Legal Writing Apr 26, 2017 Today6d 4h $20
grant writing rffffff 9 Legal Research, Medical Writing, Grant Writing, Tax Law Apr 26, 2017 Today6d 4h $25
I need help with commercial law in Australia I need help with commercial law in Australia 7 Legal, Legal Research, Tax Law, Legal Writing Apr 25, 2017 Apr 25, 20175d 2h $97
I need someone with knowledge about taxation Law in Australia I need someone with knowledge about taxation Law in Australia 6 Accounting, Tax, Legal Research, Property Law, Tax Law Apr 24, 2017 Apr 24, 20174d 18h $96
Looking for an Australian tax law specialist Doing some tax work for my start-up company, including net tax payable/refundable etc. Please leave your interests. 7 Accounting, Tax, Tax Law Apr 24, 2017 Apr 24, 20174d 2h $133
Taxation Law and Practice Case study: 1 ADMINISTRATIVE DETAILS Goal: To apply taxation knowledge to the provided scenarios enabling completion of the required calculations. Product: Individual Case Study containing two completed calculations, with assumptions and references. Criteria: Accurate interpretation, application and referencing of Taxation Laws to the facts presented. Apply ethics and professional acumen. Demonstration of thorough research. Submission: Safe Assign (Excel) 2 TECHNICAL DETAILS 1. Satisfactory completion requires: • The requested outputs • Worksheet containing assumptions, explanations and calculations • Relevant legislation and / or case law and / or rulings 3 PRACTICAL DETAILS Question 1: Jane Brown (aged 30). Jane is an eligible beneficiary of the Brown Family Discretionary Trust. The trustees decided to distribute a cash amount of $20,000 to Jane for the current tax year. Jane also receives $20,000 fully franked dividends. Jane has a $20,000 HELP debt. Jane received $79,000 (gross income) from employment at Company Pty Ltd for the period 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017. The correct amount of PAYG has been withheld. Jane reports interest income of $475. Jane advises of investment expenses of $250. Jane receives rental income of $35,000 from an investment property. The associated expenses are: • Mortgage repayments: $25,000 • Repairs: $2,000 • Rates: $2,500 • Insurance: $500 Jane sold a parcel of 200 Coles Myer Group shares on 1 July 2016 for $3,500. She had purchased these shares on 1 July 2009 for $800. Her brokerage costs of buying and selling were $300 in total. Jane made donations (for which she presents tax invoices and receipts) to the value of $900. Jane does not wear a uniform to work. Jane pays premiums on an income protection insurance policy equivalent to $1,000 per year. Jane does not have Private Health Insurance. Required: 1 Calculate the net tax payable/ refundable situation for Jane for the current tax year (include references, calculations & assumptions) Question 2 Green Pty Ltd is a resident gardening company registered with the following information: TFN: 859 376 213 ABN: 79 512 647 864 ACN: 86 572 314 719 The following is the financial information for the year ended 30 June 2017. GST (where it is applicable) has not been removed from the following amounts. Depreciation (for tax purposes) was reported to be $5,500 for the current year. Income: Sales 345,000 Exempt income 10,000 Dividends (fully franked) 10,260 Interest received 900 Compensation from a client who failed in a legal suit to obtain damages from Green Pty td for alleged property damage. 4,000 Net capital gain 4,000 Expenses: Advertising (print, net, signage, flyers) 1,000 Bad debts 900 Bank Charges 150 Capital expenditure (qualifies for immediate deduction) 3,000 Cost of sales 6,000 Sub-contractor expenses 23,000 Depreciation expenses 2,000 Electricity 800 Entertainment 2,000 Environmental protection (disposal of chemicals) 600 Fines (speeding and parking tickets) 500 Insurance 600 Interest expenses within Australia 1,200 Lease expenses within Australia 4,000 Motor Vehicle 3rd Party insurance 550 Motor Vehicle expenses (petrol & maintenance) 4,000 Motor Vehicle Registration 1,200 Rent expenses 11,800 Stationery & Office supplies 200 Tea, coffee, sugar & milk for staff use 100 Telstra (Phones & Internet) 2,000 Wages 45,000 Required: 1 Calculate the net tax payable/ refundable situation for Green Pty Ltd (include references, calculations & assumptions) 1 Tax Law Apr 24, 2017 Apr 24, 20173d 22h $117
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