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Do you do your own tax?

Answered 2 years ago

And why or why not


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2 years ago
No, because getting it done means getting more back.

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2 years ago
No it doesn't

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2 years ago
She's not speaking for anyone but herself. She has it done for her because SHE gets more back. Yeesh

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2 years ago
We run a business from home so we hand everything over to our accountant. It's too much hard work

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2 years ago
Yes because i only have union fees as any work related expense. Paid a uniform laundry allowance so can't claim any extras like that, so online easiest option 😂

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2 years ago
Yes. Mine is very basic. However if you choose to get someone to prepare your tax, you can claim that amount on your next years return.

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2 years ago
When we had investments we used an accountant. Then we sold them & now do it themselves.

This year we'll have to pay $1k again for an accountant as we'll miss the October 31 MyGov deadline thanks to Clink f*cking up and paying me money we weren't entitled to, it took me 6 months to get them to acknowledge it & stop paying & now they won't fix until at least October. It's happened to a lot of people. Really, really, pissed off.

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2 years ago
No cos it’s complicated as hell.

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2 years ago
Yes, why pay someone when its easy and free to do at home!? Unless its complicated I wouldn't waste time or money on someone else to do it.

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2 years ago
It took me 10 min on the my gov app. I then realised my accountant did it through my myGov app last time as he asked me to log in!
Mine is straight forward though, one job and Centrelink.

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2 years ago
Yes because mine is easy.

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2 years ago
We used to as it was super simple- what we earned at work plus some bank interest with minimal deductions. When we bought a new house and used our old one as an investment property we started using an accountant as it was more complicated. We've now sold the property and after our 19/20 return is done we'll probably go back to doing it ourselves or use a cheap tax accountant.