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Australian Tax Returns. Simplified.
For over three years, Odin Mortgage has helped hundreds of Aussie expats and overseas residents fulfil their dreams of owning a property. Now, we’re simplifying the process of filing your Australian property tax returns. We’re here to deliver you a fully digital, convenient and streamlined process that is bound to impress.

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 A Guide to Property Depreciation and How Much You Can Save for Australian Non-Residents
Property investors find themselves hit with expensive taxes at the end of the financial year. As a non-tax resident property investor, you don’t benefit from the tax-free threshold and must pay upwards of 32.5% for any Australian-sourced income. Therefore, reducing your ta
18 October 2022 | 3:36 pm

 Understanding the Australia Corporate Tax Rate
When operating a business in Australia, you must understand the corporate income tax system. Knowing how much tax you need to pay and when can help you budget appropriately for the end of the income year. You need to pay tax if you’re an expat with a business in Australia.
11 October 2022 | 2:59 pm

 How to Manage Your HECS-HELP Repayments on a Tax Return for a Non-Resident
Tuition fees are expensive. If you were fortunate enough to receive government help to pay your school fees, you might wonder how and when you can pay it back. Repaying your HECS-HELP loan might seem complicated when you live overseas, but it’s relatively straightforward.
4 October 2022 | 2:06 pm

 What Is The Double-Tax Agreement, And What Are The Countries It Impacts?
A tax treaty is a large-scale agreement between two completely different jurisdictions (two countries). Australia has many agreements with numerous countries (40 in total). These treaties are also commonly known as double tax agreements, but what do they entail? What Is The Doub
27 September 2022 | 3:34 pm

 Expat Tax Australia in 2023
Your tax obligations don't end just because you have left the country. However, you don't need to worry. We'll help you unAsderstand the new expat tax rules in 2023. The post Expat Tax Australia in 2023 appeared first on OdinTax.
22 September 2022 | 2:13 am

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