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First Australian Refunds Received

As most people know that financial year has ended here in Australia on June 30th and it is all systems go!   All hands are on deck at Taxback.com at the moment as our 6 offices across Australia are hives of activity with people seeking...

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Australian Medicare Levy Exemption – what it means for you!

What is Medicare? Medicare is the Australian Governments universal health scheme. It is a Commonwealth government program that guarantees all citizens access a wide range of health services at little or no cost.   The way that Medicare works is that it is built into...

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Top 5 tips for filing tax refunds in Australia

When you work in a tax agency, you find that you can talk about tax all day long – but after much debate in the office, we have managed to narrow all our points down to what we think are the top five tips that...

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Australian Tax Time – What you need to know

Every year thousands of people pack their bags and book flights to Australia. Students, backpackers, professionals and working holidaymakers all go Down Under in pursuit of adventure or to make some money.   We can’t help but envy these lucky folk. If you are going...

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You’re due a tax refund! Or are you?

At taxback.com, we’re always alerting people to the most recent tax refund fraud schemes that are going around. Sometimes, these emails are even sent to members of our tax team, who of course, immediately report the email to our worldwide tax team, as well as...

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Google slapped with €1 billion tax bill

Google faces yet another tax headache, this time in France. After an escalating investigation which has been drawn out over the last number of months, the corporation has been hit with a whopping €1 billion tax bill from French tax authorities. Investigations in to Google’s...

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The end of the Australian Working Holiday Visa?

The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) has proposed a moratorium on working holiday visas, citing the high level of unemployment among young Australian citizens as a primary reason for its cessation. Although Australia has only recently signed a new working holiday agreement with Greece,...

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