A few last minute tax tips

From: Dale Gatherum-Goss


Hi

I thought it might be helpful if I posted a few ideas on how to use these last few weeks of this tax year to your tax advantage.

I hope that they help in some small way

Dale
 
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From: Ian Findlay


Yes please.

Or send by private email in case attachments cannot be viewed.

ian
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> From: "Dale Gatherum-Goss" <dale@gatherumgoss.com>
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> Hi
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> I thought it might be helpful if I posted a few ideas on how to use these
last few weeks of this tax year to your tax advantage.
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> I hope that they help in some small way
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> Dale
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From: Wei Ng


Ummm Dale, a quick question regarding "dental". Does that include wisdom teeth removal? Surgeon charged $900, Hospital $390 & I got a small Medicare rebate for the anaesthetic. Can I still make a claim?
 
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From: Dale Gatherum-Goss


Hi

Yes, you can. Medical includes all medical related expenses. I've seen some wonderful things included.

Good luck and I hope that your total medical expenses allows you to recover some of that pain.

Dale
 
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From: Anonymous


That is interesting. Can I get Laser Hair Removal through on a claim too?

Hope so, cause it costs me a fortune.

Thanks
Hairless....
 
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From: An On


Oh, come on TW!
There's no need for you to post as anon
 
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From: Dale Gatherum-Goss


Hi

That depends. Do you have a doctors certificate recommending the procedure? If so, then yes, you might have a valid claim.

Over the years, I have included such claims for clients as:

* breast implants - YES, I really did claim those on a tax return!!!
* gym fees - this was a special situation with specific conditions or facts involved, but, it goes to show what MIGHT be included.

Have fun

Dale
 
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From: Sim' Hampel


On 6/9/02 3:42:00 PM, Dale Gatherum-Goss wrote:
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>* breast implants - YES, I
>really did claim those on a
>tax return!!!

Hmm... good thing I read the sentence before this again - I was wondering why on earth YOU would need breast implants Dale ?

 
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From: Dale Gatherum-Goss


Hi

There are some things you should never ask . . . and I was most impressed when the lady in question decided that it might help her chances by showing me her photos.

Have fun

Dale
 
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From: Geoff Whitfield


So she made a clean breast of it?

Was it a damn shame, or a sham dame?
 
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From: Khurram Saeed


Dale,
Thanks for all the info dude.
What about all the Property Investment courses and investment books that i have bought....can they be used as personal development, and hence be offset by my Personal Income...or do I have to offset them with the income they generate...i.e. Prop Investment Rental or Capital Gains?
Thanks
Khurram
 
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