Archive for July, 2009

Canada Tax Office Targeting Online Sellers

The Canada Revenue Agency plans to audit online earners making thousands of dollars on e-commerce sites like eBay. The same tax laws apply to e-commerce as they do to traditional commerce and the Canadian tax office is urging those earning online to declare their earnings...

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Tax and E-Commerce

Tax laws apply to e-commerce in the same way as they do to traditional commerce so if you’re earning a lot online you should declare this income as part of your tax return. The Canadian Tax office announced this week that it intends to start...

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Cosmetic Surgery Tax?

The senate finance committee in the US has been discussing a 10% cosmetic surgery tax as a way to help fund an overhaul of the country’s health care system. The so-called “Botox Tax” would apply to plastic surgeries like nose jobs and breast enhancement that...

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New Taxes in Ireland

The Commission on Taxation report being finalised this week is expected to propose new property tax, water charges and carbon tax in Ireland. The report will also include recommendations to avoid more increases in Irish income tax and to cut stamp duty on house purchases. The proposed...

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US Botox Tax

The US Senate finance committee has been discussing the introduction of “Botox Tax” to pay for President Obama’s health care reforms.The 10% excise tax would apply to popular plastic surgery procedures deemed not necessary for medical reasons such as Botox, breast enlargements and nose jobs....

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Proposed New Irish Taxes

Proposed new property tax, water charges and carbon tax in Ireland are part of a number of changes in the Commission on Taxation report being finalised this week. The report, which warns against further increasing the burden on Irish taxpayers will also include recommendations in...

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Australia Tax Back Processing Times

The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has put out a notice about delayed processing times for 08/09 Australia tax refunds. If you applied for your tax back from Australia between July 1st and 14th, the ATO will take an estimated 28 days to process this tax...

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