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Demonstrating the number of business kilometres travelled when using the cents per kilometre method

The ‘cents per kilometre’ method broadly allows an individual taxpayer to claim up to a maximum of 5,000 business kilometres per car, per year without the need to keep any written evidence (e.g., receipts) of car expenses.

NTAA's 2019/20 Budget Update Video

Watch the NTAA's 2018/19 Budget Update Video.

TaxTeam Training days

Members are advised that our TaxTeam will be closed for staff training.

NTAA's 2019/20 Budget Summary

Please click on the link to download the NTAA's 2019/20 Budget Summary.

Three-yearly audit cycle for some self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs') - NTAA submission

Click on this link for our Three-yearly audit cycle for some self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs') submission

Tax Hotline Question

What should be done by 30 June 2018 to prevent loans by private companies to shareholders from being a deemed dividend under Division 7A?

Substantiation Exception for Reasonable Travel Allowance Expenses

Click on this link for our Substantiation Exception for Reasonable Travel Allowance Expenses submission

Average Australians face losing Billions in Tax Grab!

Media Release - Wednesday, 2 March 2016

Tax White Paper Task Force - NTAA Submission

Click on this link for our Tax White Paper Task Force submission

Single Touch Payroll discussion paper – NTAA Submission

Click on this link for our submission on the ATO's Single Touch Payroll disucssion paper.

Tax Cases Update

Click on this link for the latest tax and other cases we believe are relevant to our members which feature in the most current editions of Voice.

SMSF auditor registration requirements

On 23 June 2012, the Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation announced that, from 1 July 2013, auditors must be registered with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (‘ASIC’) to conduct audits of self managed superannuation funds (‘SMSFs’).