Australia’s Weirdest Tax Deductions

[ Article from the Sydney Morning Herald & WA Today ]
by Tyson Cobb Published

Recently, businessDEPOT Director Michael Garrone contributed to an article appearing in the SMH and WA Today explaining what can and cannot be passed as a Tax Deduction. Dog food, Xboxes and make-up for dead people are just some of the bizarre claims the ATO will allow. Probably.

If you’re a small business owner, you may have more tax deductions allowable than you think! Have a read of the full article below:

Sydney Morning Herald - Australia’s weirdest tax deductions


WA Today - Australia’s weirdest tax deductions

Tyson Cobb
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Tyson Cobb is a B2B marketer, inbound marketing specialist and content marketing enthusiast. He has spent over 10 years in marketing and advertising, and has worked across many facets of strategic marketing and brand strategies. He has had the privilege of working with many Australian companies across a variety of industries including financial, entertainment, property development, hospitality and professional services. Tys now specialises in Inbound Marketing methodologies and marketing strategy in the B2B space.

As Director of businessDEPOT Marketing, Tys and his team help small to medium businesses by taking on the stresses of marketing and help move their business from where it is now, to where it needs to be.

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