National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS)

The national rental affordability scheme (NRAS) is designed to encourage large-scale investment in affordable housing. The NRAS offers tax and cash incentives to providers of new dwellings on the condition that they are rented to low- and moderate-income households at 20% below market rates.

The NRAS offers annual incentives for a period of 10 years. The incentive comprises:

  • a Federal Government contribution in the form of a refundable tax offset or payment to the value of $8,187.78 per dwelling per year in 2015-16
  • a state or territory contribution in the form of direct financial support or an in-kind contribution to the value of at least $2,729.26 per dwelling per year in 2015-16.

The incentive will be indexed in line with the rental component of the consumer price index. The Department of Social Services (DSS) is responsible for administering and implementing the scheme.

What NRAS incentives are provided through the tax system?

The Federal Government contribution or incentive is paid in the form of refundable tax offsets for complying investors who can claim their entitlement to the tax offset using one of the following methods:

  • in their annual tax return
  • by lodging a short-form application if they are an income tax exempt entity who would not ordinarily lodge a tax return.

 What is a refundable tax offset?

Most tax offsets can only reduce the amount of tax you pay to zero – that is, if your tax offsets are greater than the amount of tax you are liable to pay, you do not get a refund of the excess amount. However, there are some exceptions to this general rule. These exceptions are classed as refundable tax offsets. Refundable tax offsets can reduce the amount of tax you are liable to pay to an amount less than zero, which results in a refundable amount. The NRAS tax offset is a refundable tax offset.

Who is entitled to the NRAS tax offset in their annual tax return?

Claims by individuals, corporate tax entities and super funds

An individual, corporate tax entity or super fund is entitled to claim a refundable tax offset provided both of the following apply:

  • they have been issued with a certificate from the Housing Secretary under the NRAS
  • the income year begins in the NRAS year to which the certificate relates.

Claims by a members of an NRAS consortium

An individual, corporate tax entity or super fund that is a member of an NRAS consortium

Circumstances may arise where an individual, a corporate tax entity or a super fund is a member of an NRAS consortium. In these circumstances, these entities are entitled to claim a refundable tax offset provided all of the following apply:

  • the NRAS approved participant of the NRAS consortium has been issued with a certificate from the Housing Secretary under the NRAS
  • the income year begins in the NRAS year to which the certificate relates.

Capital gains tax

There are no capital gains tax consequences from providing incentives or other benefits under the NRAS.

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Ancillary Fund Returns

Public and private ancillary funds (which are categories of deductible gift recipients) must lodge an annual information return with us, in addition to any requirement to lodge an income tax return.

Even if an ancillary fund is exempt from income tax, it must still lodge an annual information return.

Private ancillary funds

Introduction

This fact sheet explains the deductible gift recipient (DGR) category for private ancillary funds (private AFs) that came into effect on 1 October 2009.

It explains:

  • the requirements for endorsement
  • how to apply for DGR endorsement
  • other issues, such as revocation of endorsement and suspension of trustees
  • the transitional arrangements for existing PPFs.

Publications and contacts for more information are also provided.

What is a DGR?

A DGR is an entity that is entitled to receive income tax deductible gifts.

All DGRs must be endorsed by us, unless they are listed by name in the income tax law.

What is DGR endorsement?

DGR endorsement is the approval process for organisations that want to be endorsed by us as DGRs.

Endorsement as a DGR allows donors to claim tax deductions for most types of gifts or donations they make to your organisation.

From 1 October 2009, prescribed private funds (PPFs) are no longer prescribed in tax law and instead obtain their DGR status through the endorsement process. The category these funds seek DGR endorsement under is the category for private AFs.

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Unclaimed Superannuation

Keeping track of your super

Your super is your savings for retirement. It’s important to be aware how much is being contributed, what super accounts you have and what insurance they provide.

If you’ve ever changed your name, address or job, you may have lost track of some of your super. Having several super accounts could mean that multiple fees and charges are reducing your overall super investment.

Check your super

You can check, consolidate, find lost super and keep track of your super online by creating or logging in to your myGovExternal Link account.

You can also check your super via the ATO app or by calling our self-help phone service, available 24 hours a day on 13 28 65.

Working overseas

If you take up an Australian employer’s offer to temporarily work overseas, your employer must continue to pay super contributions for you in Australia.

Neither you nor your employer will have to pay super (or a super equivalent) in the other country if:

Unclaimed super

Twice a year, you report and pay to us:

  • unclaimed super of members aged 65 years or older, non-member spouses and deceased members
  • unclaimed super of former temporary residents
  • small lost member accounts and insoluble lost member accounts.

We use this information to update the unclaimed super money register (viewable in ATO online services) through which these amounts can be claimed.

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Check Your Super in ATO

It is important to keep track of your super. If you’ve ever changed your name, address or job, you may have lost track of some of your super. Having several super accounts could mean that fees and charges are reducing your overall super investment. There are a number of ways to check and manage your super.

Use myGov for a full view of your super

You can create a myGov account and link the ATO to:

  • see details of all your super accounts, including any you have lost track of or forgotten about
  • find ATO-held super – if the government, your super fund or your employer can’t find an account to transfer your super to, we hold it on your behalf
  • combine multiple super accounts by transferring your super into your preferred super account; if this is a fund-to-fund transfer it will generally be actioned within three working days.

Conduct a quick search online

You can find out if you have any lost or ATO-held super by doing a quick searchExternal Link

Quick search is also available via the  ATO app which can be downloaded from Google play, Windows phone or the Apple app stores.

You will need to provide:

  • your name
  • date of birth
  • tax file number.

The quick search is a limited search and will only provide details of lost or ATO-held super. For detailed information on all your super accounts you need to register for our online services.

Use our self-help phone service

You can find out if you have any lost or ATO-held super by using our self-help phone service, available 24 hours a day on 13 28 65 Fast Key Code then 2.

We will ask for your:

  • tax file number (TFN)
  • date of birth.

Make sure you have paper and a pen ready to write down the details of any lost or ATO-held super.

The self-help phone service is a limited search and will only provide details of lost or ATO-held super. For detailed information on all your super accounts you need to register for our online services.

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Spouse or Children Living Apart

When your spouse or children live in a different home to you

Having a different home from your dependent child

If you and a dependent child under 18 years have different homes for a period, you must choose one of the homes as the main residence for both of you for the period.

Having a different home from your spouse

If you and your spouse have different homes for a period, you and your spouse must either:

  • choose one of the homes as the main residence for both of you for the period, or
  • nominate the different homes as your main residences for the period.

If you nominate different homes for the period and you own 50% or less of the home you have nominated, you qualify for an exemption for your share. If you own more than 50%, your share is exempt for half the period you and your spouse had different homes.

The same applies to your spouse. If your spouse owns 50% or less of the home they have nominated, they qualify for an exemption for their share. However, if your spouse owns more than 50% of the home, their share is exempt for only half the period you had different homes.

This rule applies to each home the spouses own, whether they have sole ownership or own the home jointly (either as joint tenants or tenants in common).

Your spouse includes another person (of the same or opposite sex) who:

  • You were in a relationship with that was registered under a prescribed state or territory law
  • Although not legally married to you, lived with you on a genuine domestic basis in a relationship as a couple.

This rule applies also if you choose to treat a dwelling as your main residence after you move out, and this choice results in your having a different main residence from your spouse or a dependent child for a period.

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Spouse Contribution on myTax

Superannuation contributions on behalf of your spouse 2015

Did you make contributions to a complying superannuation fund or a retirement savings account (RSA) on behalf of your spouse (married or de facto) who is earning a low income or not working?

An RSA is a special account offered by banks, building societies, credit unions, life insurance companies and prescribed financial institutions. It is used for retirement savings and is similar to a superannuation fund.

You need to know

You will be entitled to a tax offset of up to $540 per year if:

  • the sum of your spouse’s assessable income, total reportable fringe benefits amounts and reportable employer superannuation contributions was less than $13,800
    • the contributions were not deductible to you
    • the contributions were made to a superannuation fund that was a complying superannuation fund for the income year in which you made the contribution
    • both you and your spouse were Australian residents when the contributions were made, and
    • When making the contributions you and your spouse were not living separately and apart on a permanent basis.

A spouse can be of the same or opposite sex and can include de facto relationships.

If you had more than one spouse during the income year and you satisfy the conditions for the tax offset for more than one spouse, the tax offset is the lesser of the sum of the tax offset entitlements for each spouse, or $540.

 Your spouse’s assessable income is the amount your spouse wrote at

TOTAL INCOME OR LOSS on their tax return, unless:

  • they had a distribution from a partnership or trust
    • they had income or losses from rent or business (including personal services income)
    • they had a capital gain or foreign source income,
    • they made a deposit into a Farm Management Deposit Scheme Account, or
    • They claimed a deductible amount for a foreign pension or annuity at item D11 on their tax return (supplementary section).

Your spouse’s reportable fringe benefits amounts and reportable employer superannuation contributions are shown on their payment summaries.

The tax offset is calculated as 18% of the lesser of:

  • $3,000, reduced by $1 for every $1 that the sum of your spouse’s assessable income, total reportable fringe benefits amounts and reportable employer superannuation contributions for the year was more than $10,800
    • The total of your contributions for your spouse for the year.

The tax offset for eligible spouse contributions cannot be claimed for superannuation contributions that you made to satisfy a family law obligation to split contributions with your spouse.

Completing this item

Step 1

Write the total of your contributions at Contributions paid item T3 on your tax return.

Step 2

If the sum of your spouse’s assessable income, total reportable fringe benefits amounts and reportable employer superannuation contributions was $10,800 or less, use worksheet 1.

If the sum of your spouse’s assessable income, total reportable fringe benefits amounts and reportable employer superannuation contributions was more than $10,800 but less than $13,800, use worksheet 2.

Worksheet 1 
Maximum spouse contributions eligible for the tax offset $3,000 (a)
Amount of contributions paid $ (b)
Write the lesser of (a) or (b). $ (c)
Multiply (c) by 18 and divide by 100.     $ (d)
Worksheet 2 
Maximum spouse contributions eligible for the tax offset $3,000 (a)
The sum of your spouse’s assessable income, total reportable fringe benefits amounts and reportable employer superannuation contributions $ (b)
Base amount $10,800 (c)
Take (c) away from (b). $ (d)
Take (d) away from (a). $ (e)
Amount of contributions paid $ (f)
Write the lesser of (e) or (f). $ (g)
Multiply (g) by 18 and divide by 100. $ (h)

Step 3

The tax offset is the amount shown at (d) on worksheet 1 or (h) on worksheet 2. Write this amount at A item T3. Do not show cents.

If you had more than one spouse during the year, complete steps 1 to 3 for each spouse. Your tax offset is the lesser of:

  • the sum of the tax offset you are entitled to for each spouse, or
  • $540.

Write this amount at A item T3. Do not show cents.

Step 4

Make sure you complete Spouse details – married or de facto on pages 8-9 of your tax return. Include your spouse’s taxable income at O, your spouse’s total reportable fringe benefits amounts at S and your spouse’s reportable employer superannuation contributions at A.

To work out your entitlement to this tax offset you would have used your spouse’s assessable income, reportable fringe benefits amounts and reportable employer superannuation contributions. However, because we use taxable income to calculate many other entitlements, we ask you to record your spouse’s taxable income (not assessable income) at Spouse details – married or de facto.

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Tax Tips for Single Parents

Overview

Recording taxes as single parents requires coordination in the middle of you and your ex-companion or partner. Normally the custodial guardian asserts the kid as a dependent, however there are special cases. A single parent is permitted to guarantee appropriate deductions and exceptions for every qualifying child. Despite the fact that you claim your child as a reliant, she may in any case need to record her own tax return on the off chance that she has salary, for example, from an after-school work.

Figure out where the child lives

Generally the guardian who has care of the kid claims the child on his or her tax return. On the other hand, there may be an exemption. Where the child invests the larger part of his energy can be a component as to which parent can claim a conclusion, credit or exemption, as indicated by Bill Symons, accountant and president of Computer Accounting Systems in Oswego, New York. “The Internal Revenue Service can neglect the separation announcement or partition assertion with regards to authority. At the point when a child lives with one guardian for more than half of the year, regardless of the possibility that it’s not the custodial guardian, the IRS is likely to allow that parent the privilege to assert the child on the tax return. The IRS considers where the kid sleeps as a strong determining factor.

Filing as head of household

Choosing to file as head of family unit typically permits you a higher standard deduction and diminishes your taxable income. To fit the bill for head of family unit, you should:

  • Pay more than 50 percent of the family unit costs;
  • Be unmarried on the most recent day of the tax year, and;
  • Have your kid live with you for over six months of the year, aside from being at school.

The dependent exemption

The IRS permits exclusion for each of your qualifying children until they reach 19 years of age, or 24 if a full-time understudy for no less than 5 months of the year, or any age on the off chance that they are for all time and completely debilitated whenever amid the year. This sum is subtracted from your balanced gross pay, lessening the measure of tax you pay.

Claiming the child tax credit

If you file as non-married head of household making less than $75,000 in the tax year, you may likewise be eligible to claim the child tax credit. This credit can diminish your taxes by $1,000 per qualifying child. On the off chance that there is a remaining credit balance left over after subtracting the credit from your income taxes, you can recover that as an tax refund. To qualify, your child should meet six tests: age, relationship, support, dependent, citizenship, and residence.

Include the dependent care credit

The IRS allows single parents to claim a rate of child consideration costs paid that permit them to work outside the home or search for work. Child care expenses can be asserted for children 12 years and younger. The sum permitted is up to $3,000 for one kid and $6,000 for two or more children.

Just the custodial parent can claim the dependent care credit, regardless of the possibility that the other parents claimed the dependent exemption. On the off chance that the child turned 13 years of age during the tax year, you may claim a credit just for the part of the year that he was 12.

When you use Tax Refund on Spot to prepare your taxes, we’ll handle all of these calculations.

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Tax Filing Requirements for Children

Review

The IRS requires that all taxpayers file a tax return, regardless of age.

The Internal Revenue Service requires all taxpayers, regardless of age, to file a tax return and pay the suitable income tax in any year their gross income exceeds certain levels. This necessity stretches out to the children you claim as dependents. On the other hand, not at all like grown-up taxpayers, children have more adaptability in picking how to go along.

Dependent children

Your indigent child must submit tax returns if they acquire certain measures of wage within the year. Distinctive recording principles apply to children and even little amount of income may require a return.

You must guarantee that your child is eligible to be your dependent; generally, their commitment to file a tax return is the same as grown-ups. The tax rules allow you to claim a reliance exception for a child if they dwell with you for more than a large portion of the year, don’t give more than half of their own financial support, and are less than 19 years old at all  times during the tax year, or under 24 if a full-time student.

Your child’s earned income

Dissimilar the other taxpayer, the IRS treats your child differently relying upon whether they earn money from work or through investment. Every single children who gain more than $6,300 of income in 2015 must file an individual income tax return and may owe tax to the IRS. Earned income just applies to wages and pay rates your child gets as a consequence of giving services to a business, even if only through a part-time job.

In any case, regardless of the possibility that your kid earn s not exactly $6,300 amid 2015, it might be a smart thought to document an expense form for them, on the grounds that they could be qualified for an assessment discount. Notwithstanding the measure of salary your youngster wins, their standard finding is not the same as yours. It can never surpass the bigger of $1,050 or their earned salary in addition to $350, with the most extreme equivalent to $6,300.

Your child’s investment income

The rules change when your child gets pay from sources other than job, for example, hobby and dividend payment. At the point when the annual total of this kind of salary exceed $1,050, then a return must be filed for your child.

If your kid’s unearned income just comprises of interest and dividends, then you can choose to incorporate it all alone return and join it with your income. Do this by finishing IRS Form 8814 and attaching it to your personal tax return.

Nonetheless, depending upon the level of your pay, making this race may bring about higher income tax than if you set up a different return for your child. This is because it could push you into a higher tax bracket, where higher tax rates may apply. If you decide to choose to set up a different return for your kid, the same decreased standard deduction rules detailed above will apply.

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Vehicle Expenses For Claiming Deductions

Vehicle expenses are a much regulated area for claiming deductions, so having an understanding of what you can claim is crucial in obtaining the correct deduction. Most of us rely on our cars daily in our working lives and, as we all know, cars can be expensive.  Fortunately, tax deductions are claimable on your car-related expenses if you use your own car, or a car you hire or lease, for work purposes.

To be eligible to claim genuine car expenses, the first step is to work out and record how many of the kilometres travelled are business kilometres. After you have that checked off there are three main methods to choose from with the choice up to you with which one you choose. You may choose the one that gains you the largest deduction provided that you have backed up evidence if the Tax office requests it from you.

The three main options to determine car expense deductions are:

  1. cents per kilometre
  2. 12% of original value
  3. The logbook method.

Method 1: Cents per kilometre

The cents per kilometre method is the most common method used and can be used to claim up to a maximum of 5,000 business kilometres per year. The cents per kilometre method allows you to calculate deductions based on a cent-per-kilometre rate, which depends on your car’s engine capacity. Under this method you do not need written evidence but you may need to be able to show how you estimated your business kilometres. A typical example is where a trade’s person transports bulky tools and equipment to a work site. The rates that apply for the 2013-2014 period are shown below:

Rates per business kilometre
Engine capacity Cents per kilometre
Ordinary engine Rotary engine
1.6 litre (1,600cc) or less 0.8 litre (800cc) or less 65 cents
1.601-2.6 litre (1,601-2,600cc) 0.801-1.3 litre (801-1,300cc) 76 cents
2.601 litre (2,601cc) and over 1.301 litre (1,301cc) and over 77 cents

Method 2: 12% of original value

The 12% of original value method takes that percentage of your car’s initial value as the claimable amount.  An advantage of this method is you can use this method if you used your car to travel more than 5,000 business kilometres in the financial year. If you bought the car, you can claim 12% of the cost. If you leased the car, you can claim 12% of its market value at the time that you first leased it.

Cost of vehicle when purchase: $25000

Deduction to claim in tax return: $25000 x .12 = $3000

You do not need written evidence to use this method but you may need to be able to show how you worked out your business kilometres.

Method 3: The log book method

Using the logbook method, you work out the business or work related usage percentage of your car. This percentage is then applied to claiming all running costs of the car.

You can use this method if:

  • you have a logbook that has been sustained for a minimum of 12 weeks;
  • your logbook is updated every 5 years
  • you have details of the kilometres you have travelled for the logbook period;
  • you have recorded the odometer reading on 30 June (without this, the ATO will refuse your claim).

Keeping a logbook allows you to claim the maximum car deductions, as you can claim all car-related expenses if you have records to verify those expenses.

Records required include:

  1. a logbook
  2. odometer records, and
  3. Written evidence for all your car expenses except fuel and oil costs. For example: registration, repairs, insurance and interest)

A logbook is valid for five years providing it represents current usage patterns, must record at least 12 continuous weeks and must contain the following information:

  • when the logbook period begins and ends
  • the car’s odometer readings at the start and end of the logbook period
  • the number of kilometres travelled for work activities based on journeys recorded in the logbook.
  • the business use percentage for the logbook period.
  • the total number of kilometres that the car travelled during the logbook period.

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What’s the Easiest Way to Lodge my 2019 Tax Return?

Every year the  ATO releases new tax products, and last year they made eTax for Mac’s, which turned out to be broken and full of problems from the beginning. This year it’s myTax, and even this has been under a large amount of scrutiny of late, with several large security issues for its users. This is being tested, and used in combination with eTax, however with several security issues found earlier in the year for myGov, many people will be wary of it’s suitability to their needs and it’s ability to maximise their refund.

There are so many options, which can make it quite confusing, and overwhelm many people. Even those with basic tax returns. What are the options? Why is Refund Express the best, and how can you get the best outcome to get you the best possible outcome?

Everyone likes the idea of a Free Tax Return, but free doesn’t always get you what you sign up for. The ATO doesn’t make these things for free, and expect you to benefit to the maximum of the law your allowed. The ATO is the Tax Collection office, it’s primary job is to ensure people are paying their fair share. Most Australians pay to use a Registered Tax Agent to do their Tax Returns to make sure they’re getting their share of the money they’re entitled to under the legislation created. So does a ‘Free Tax Return’ really get you the best outcome at the end of the day? It’s your call, but we’re skeptical of anything that is made to make the process more difficult like eTax. Etax Tax Return system can be extremely frustrating for users, and that’s why we created Refund Express.

Why Refund Express & what about the Others?

Refund Express

  • Average time per tax submission on Refund Express is 10 minutes.
  • The quickest any person has lodged with us is 4 minutes, from registering to submission.
  • We make sure you only enter the information that’s relevant to your situation.
  • Your return is checked by an accountant before submission to the ATO.
  • We make tax easy to understand, so you don’t miss out on a bigger refund.
  • It’s a Mobile friendly online tax return. Try it on your tablet or phone!
  • You can exchange messages with your Refund Express accountant directly through your account page.
  • It’s fast, with no need for an appointment. Skip travelling to the accountants office.

Problems when undertaking a trip to the Accountants Office

  • Making an appointment to suit you and them.
  • Accountants can take over an hour or more.
  • Cannot leave your information at home, you have to take it with you.
  • It can get quite expensive. with some charging $180 upto $350 for simple returns.
  • Minimal on going support or updates, without shelling out more money for extra appointments.

Using the Governments new myTax site

  • You have to register with the Government and all of its services.
  • You may miss out on easy deductions or offsets that are not pointed out by the ATO.
  • You might save some money, but miss out on a bigger refund.
  • It’s not checked by a Registered Tax Agent.
  • You have no help or on going support.
  • Any possible errors or mistakes are yours. Basically, you’re on your own.

e-Tax the Overly Complicated Software

  • First you have to download etax, and then install it, and hope it works
  • It has be very time-consuming in the past.
  • You still have to register with myGov in order to use eTax.
  • Again, there’s no Tax Agent to check your Return for you.
  • So many questions to answer that don’t relate to you and your needs.
  • So many errors, and questions that can be frustrating. and time consuming.
  • Simple mistakes can cost you a big refund.

It’s a Trap (Admiral Ackbar)

The Tax Law is a complex area to understand. Its what we do for a living! We’re here to look after you, and your interests in order to take the worry out of the process.  The ATO targets different groups of people in order to audit them. and this year they are planning to match over 640 million transactions in 2013-14. Last financial year, the ATO undertook 450,000 reviews, and audits of individuals. It used data matching to raise $973 million in Tax Revenue from individuals being Audited.

Who uses Tax Agents like Refund Express?

Almost anyone can. and most Australians do. Because most Australians still trust their Registered Tax Agents to prepare their Tax Return correctly. and should Trust them more then the Governments “free Tax Return” options.

Refund Express Australia is an Australia Owned and Australian Run business.  We hire Aussies to support, and look after your Tax Return information.

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