This application is designed to simplify and explain the current tax laws and may be of assistance to IT Professionals completing their 2014 Australian Tax Returns. It contains a general section helpful for all taxpayers and some additional information specific to professionals in the IT industry.
This application provides guidance to IT Professionals on the common areas of tax that they will likely encounter when completing their tax returns. It outlines the requirements for some key types of tax deduction as well as tips and considerations. As the tax laws are subject to change from year to year, we have developed apps specified to a certain financial year. This application is specific to the 2014 financial year.
We have included helpful information on the following areas of concern for IT Professionals:
- Deductions for IT Professionals
- Work Travel
- Home Office
- Motor Vehicles
- Self Education
- Work Uniforms
This application has been developed in association with Anderson Redman Chartered Accountants. Established in 1990, Anderson Redman Chartered Accountants has over 23 years of experience in tax.
This application does not represent tax advice. Circumstances for individuals may be different. You should seek independent tax advice from a registered tax agent or some other suitably qualified professional for absolute certainty.
My name is Jordan and I am a developer. Last year I lodged my tax return without the help of an accountant and only claimed a $50 tax deduction for a mouse. I have since learned that I was able to claim substantially more hardware and equipment that I purchased during the year. If I had known more about what sorts of tax deductions I can make, I could’ve claimed an additional $5,000 in tax deductions! This would have increased my tax refund by about $1,500!
This application has given me helpful information to ensure I can maximise my tax deductions to get the biggest tax refund I am entitled to.
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