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Accountants are frequently asked two questions by couples just about to get married: Your wedding day is a special day. So I'm perplexed as to why on earth the bride and groom are thinking about the ATO during such an exciting time in their lives! You don't need and use e-tax 2013 worry about tax in the lead up to your impending nuptials. Unless you are involved in a business together, you don't have to lodge a combined tax return.
Any share of joint investments, such as interest, dividends and rental properties, is still recorded separately in your and use e-tax 2013 tax returns. You don't have to lodge a combined tax and use e-tax 2013 if you're married. Any joint income is recorded separately in your respective tax returns. You do need to show on your return that you now have a and use e-tax 2013, and disclose his or her taxable income each year.
And use e-tax 2013 you elect to change your name, you can notify the tax office simply by noting it on the front cover of your next return. You don't need to provide any certified documents. According to the ATO, the definition of spouse has been extended so that both de facto relationships and registered relationships are anneke van giersbergen youtube er recognised.
Your 'spouse' is another person whether of the same sex or opposite sex who: Since 1 Julypeople living in same-sex relationships have been treated in the same way as heterosexual couples for tax purposes. The ATO has outlined some of the tax concessions now open to samesex couples, including:.
It is not unusual to find a couple where each owns a main residence that was acquired before they met. However, spouses are only entitled to one main residence exemption for capital gains tax CGT purposes between them.
If both members of a couple each own a main residence they must either:. Provided the homes meet the requirements for the main residence exemption, they will both be wholly exempt from CGT for the period prior to the couple being treated as spouses. However, from the time the couple became spouses, only one exemption is available, although this may be divided between the two dwellings.
Mary bought a house in She lived in it right up to and use e-tax 2013 day she married Matthew in and moved into his house, and use e-tax 2013 he purchased in As they elected to treat Matthew's house as their main residence, Mary will be subject to CGT on her house from She will not be liable for CGT on any capital growth in the 14 years prior to becoming Matthew's spouse. Reply "I can't distinguish whether the two dot points both have to be true for it to be a de facto relationship.
Am I in a de facto relationship if it is not registered? The second dot point is true but not the first". Reply "Yes Tristan, you are still in a de facto relationship if the second dot point is true. Simply put: If we live together we lose all the above and will have to pay medicare surcharges.
Why would I not simply move in with her as a tenant whom she sublets it to me being my place is too small and still do our taxes as singles. How would the tax man prove otherwise? Reply "How would I attempt to get the ato to investigate my ex partners financials in regards to child support? Is what they do to hide their assets and income even legitimate? Reply "Just trying to understand I lodge my tax return online using etax. I also included my wife details and mentioned her gross income.
Now does she also also need to goto her own etax and do the same? Reply "If interest and use e-tax 2013 loan to purchase house was used to justify negative gearing, can it still be counted against capital gain when it comes time to sell?
Reply "I've been searching the ATO website but cant find a clear answer. My boyfriend and I live together together 2 years, living together almost 1. We have a couples health insurance policy. However, my partner is still technically married to his wife the divorce is on foot.
Do I need to list him as my spouse because we do live together on a genuine domestic basis in a relationship, even though he is married to someone else? Presumably his wife will nominate him as her partner on her tax return Thanks for any help. Reply "My understanding Sarah is that you would include him as your defacto spouse. His vl3 aircraft specifications boeing wife would no longer have him as her spouse as they are separated, despite not being divorced.
Reply "I got married last December and we both have children from other relationships. I have two investment properties from before we were married, which are negatively geared. I imovie movie trailers wmv part time and have a salary sacrifice arrangement, whilst my husband earns a much larger income and pays more tax. Is there any way that he can claim my investment properties off his taxable income instead of me doing so - they are in my name but our finances are joined.
I am quite confused by this! Reply "Unfortunately you wil need to claim the rental properties in your income tax return still Rachael and use e-tax 2013 the properties are owned by you. Reply "Would rachael and husband be entitled to an exemption on transfer duty as its a transfer between spouses or is this only available for transfer into joint names of principle place of residence?
I understand that in NSW there is exemption of stamp duty under certain circumstances. Reply "Husband and I got married last Nov. We're both on decent incomes k and k. My tax is simple as I have no investment property's where as he's got couple of investment pptys still being paid off.
Is there any benefit for us doing a combined tax return or should I we do it and use e-tax 2013. If individually, do I still need to put my husband down as a spouse? Reply "There is no combined tax return - you still need to do individual returns each year. Reply "My scenario is as follows: I haved owned a property since iniitally lived in it for 6 months then rented out. It is coming up to 6 year anniversary and I and use e-tax 2013 wanting to move back into this property and live in in for a short period of time 1 month then move back out and rent out the property again.
Another question I have is that I got married in and and use e-tax 2013 wife had a property in her name already. Just wanted to know if I decided to sell my investment propety using the 6 year rule in say the next year and nominate it as my Primary residence in order to not pay CGT, then in say 5 years time my wife sells her property that is under her name onlycan we nominate both properties as primary residents and avoid CGT both properties being sold at different points in time, my property potentially being sold in a years time and my wifes in say possibly 5 years time?
Hope my 2 questions above make sense. Look forward to your reply. Kind Regards Jerry". Reply "You cannot get a double up of the 6 year exemption - that is, only once. Reply "contradicting info from the ATO website: Moving out of your home more than once Your circumstances may change so, if you move back into your home after it has been rented out and subsequently move out again, a new six-year period commences from the time you last moved out.
There is no limit to the number of times you can do this provided you do not nominate another home to be CGT exempt and each absence is less than six years. Konradas valenrodas pdf "Me and my wife have both sold units in a managed fund which we have held for a couple of years and each made a little capital gain.
We have each held a seperate account. Can we declare both gains on her tax return or do we have to divide it according to the accounts that we both held? Reply "You will need to allocate the capital gain in both of your returns.
Reply "Hi,I am confused with my married situation in regards to medicare levy surcharge. I just got married Sept and I did not have private health insurance although my salary is above the threshold. I am aware that I would need to pay the medicare levy surcharge in tax return But and use e-tax 2013 husband always have private health all along before and after married. So I would not expect him to pay medicare levy surcharge. Is this right? I can accept that I have to pay, but not my husband.
Thanks in advance for your help. Reply "I don't think it is fair either but that is the rules that the Government devised when they brought in this surcharge. Reply "I am the same. I have had private health and married someone who has not got it. So is worth me having it as I have never claimed on it.
So do I now pay the levy and he pays it as well. Also I have no idea what his earnings are. So how do I lodge a tax return as when I went to do it she asked me and I did not no. So is our taxation system fair??? We have paid tax on our earnings so why do we pay tax again on our spouse's income? Here are the list of taxes Aust individuals have paid: Government is always encouraging us to save for the future but how can we if we are getting taxed on our hard earned savings.
Reply "Hi Mr Taxman, My husband and i own a property that has been our primary residence, but will soon become an investment property for us. This property was bought in my name only originally. Is my husband able to claim the income and tax deductions from this property against his income?