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The ATO has set its targets on cryptocurrency profits this tax season. Here’s what experts say you need to watch out for.


The latest housing market figures show record price rises and a decline in negative gearing, suggesting Aussie landlords are winning across the board


The ATO is going after crypto investors this financial year, after Australians dove into the market in record numbers



Thousands of small businesses may have missed out on JobKeeper despite being eligible — and the ATO has been aware of the issue since August


One in five big Australian companies didn't pay tax last year, the ATO has revealed


The ATO fought 112 multinationals last year for $3 billion in tax. Those companies ended up getting away with over $1 billion.



The ATO has started a 'pilot' program to claw back ineligible super withdrawals, and find out how widely the rules were broken


'A free for all': Australians have made 3.6 million requests to withdraw super early, according to new APRA figures


These are the 20 highest-paying jobs in Australia, according to the ATO


The ATO will have 'no problem' tracking down Australians who withdrew their super against the rules, according to a tax agent — and even honest mistakes will be punished


Australians double-dipping on super have drained $4.3 billion from their accounts, as second round early withdrawals open up


'The ATO can get stuffed': Meet the Australians using their super to get onto the property ladder



Australians are raiding their super at a rate of $1 billion a day as the new financial year kicks off


'I genuinely thought they would check': Meet the Australians who withdrew their super and now fear the tax office is coming for them


The ATO has begun punting ineligible workers off JobKeeper, with its incoming audit expected to cause ‘mayhem’ for small businesses


Around 400,000 young Australians completely drained their super in the first round of early withdrawals, and it will be 'very difficult' for them to make it back up



Some Australians have been trying to use their early super withdrawals to get onto the property ladder, mortgage brokers say


Australians who withdrew super early without having lost work are under investigation ⁠— and might be facing a hefty tax bill


The early access to super scheme has been temporarily suspended after the AFP reveals fraud investigations


The ATO is coming for wealthy companies and individuals who don't pay their taxes, with an expanded taskforce