Tax Time Occupation Guides
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Tax Time Occupation Guides

With tax time upon us, the ATO has pulled together some handy tax time occupation guides to help you to better understand what you can and can’t claim on your 2022 income tax return.

You can download each of the guides below, or visit the ATO website for more information.

2022 Tax Time Occupation Guides:

At Lemonade Beach we provide the full suite of Accounting and Tax Services to businesses as well as Individuals, including general tax advice, preparing financial reports, Monthly BAS, or even lodging your personal tax return.

Whether you need some help processing your personal tax return, or you require accounting advice for your business, or if you’re looking for some strategic business advice, our team would love to hear from you.

If you would like some assistance with your 2022 tax return, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us, or book an appointment via our website.


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