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

or

WA Today - Australia’s weirdest tax deductions

Tyson Cobb
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Tyson is a B2B marketer, inbound marketing specialist, content marketing enthusiast, and Head of Marketing at businessDEPOT.

He has spent the last 9 years in marketing and advertising, and has helped implement brand awareness and product marketing initiatives for many Australian companies, most notably BOQ, Instant Scratch-Its, Microsoft, Network Ten and Ubisoft Games. Tys now specialises in Inbound Methodologies and digital marketing in the B2B space.

As Head of Marketing at businessDEPOT, Tys develops digital & content driven experiences for the business, increasing brand awareness, lead generation and client retention and advocacy. 

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