David Wilson Sick of shoe-boxes of receipts? Hi-tech solutions could spell the end of the tax-time grind.
Noel Whittaker What's the tax position on property we bought jointly 15 years ago?
David Potts Negative gearing isn't a problem but the discount on capital gains tax is.
Noel Whittaker We're planning to transfer the property back into my name. Will I be hit with a big bill?
George Cochrane Is the best strategy to offload our units oir keep them for the income?
Melissa Browne What are the recent rule changes to be wary of when filling in your tax return this year.
George Cochrane They are in good health, but obviously at their age, anything can happen.
Noel Whittaker My SMSF isn't complex - can I do my own tax return?
Christine Long What will you do with your tax refund? Spend it on something fun? Or use it like a financial firestarter to build something bigger for the future?
David Potts The less the government does the more it'll rake in from personal income tax.
Noel Whittaker We want to take out a loan to build a granny flat in our backyard - what tax deductions are available?
George Cochrane When it comes to capital gains tax on property, a house bought before September 20, 1985, is exempt.
Noel Whittaker When a member of a superannuation fund dies, the trustee of the super fund has the responsibility of deciding who the money will be paid to, so it's best to get it right.
Noel Whittaker Should a couple put money into managed funds and use the income to pay down their mortgage?
George Cochrane She wants a safe investment that can be liquidated quickly should she need money to go into a nursing home.
Daryl Dixon Our senior bureaucrats should develop policy options that encourage savings and productive investment.
Noel Whittaker I'm 23 and want to own my own home. What's my best long-term strategy?
Noel Whittaker I plan to rent my home out, how can I keep my tax liabilities low?
John Collett The Tax Office releases a list of targets for tax time at this time each year, but a perennial target is property investors.
Penny Pryor Don't think you'd never get caught out by the Tax Office: you could, and the buck would stop with you, too.