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express
Someone’s going to be in trouble! GIANT screen on a PACKED street shows hardcore porn“The South Jakarta administration takes this matter seriously.” She added that
Someone’s going to be in trouble! GIANT screen on a PACKED street shows hardcore porn
express / Posted 5 hours ago
“The South Jakarta administration takes this matter seriously.” She added that her office along with the South Jakarta tax office and the Cyber Crime unit of the Jakarta Police visited PT. Transito’s offices in an attempt to establish who was... Read more
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WA Today
Shadow selfie super funds face spotlightbottom 10 per cent of SMSFs, those with balances of less than $100,000, have lo
Shadow selfie super funds face spotlight
WA Today / Posted 6 hours ago
bottom 10 per cent of SMSFs, those with balances of less than $100,000, have lost money every year since 2008, according to Tax Office figures. A fund with a balance below $50,000 lost on average 15.9 per cent over the three years to 2014,... Read more
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The Age
Shadow selfie super funds face spotlightbottom 10 per cent of SMSFs, those with balances of less than $100,000, have lo
Shadow selfie super funds face spotlight
The Age / Posted 7 hours ago
bottom 10 per cent of SMSFs, those with balances of less than $100,000, have lost money every year since 2008, according to Tax Office figures. A fund with a balance below $50,000 lost on average 15.9 per cent over the three years to 2014,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Shadow selfie super funds face spotlightbottom 10 per cent of SMSFs, those with balances of less than $100,000, have lo
Shadow selfie super funds face spotlight
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
bottom 10 per cent of SMSFs, those with balances of less than $100,000, have lost money every year since 2008, according to Tax Office figures. A fund with a balance below $50,000 lost on average 15.9 per cent over the three years to 2014,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Shadow selfie super funds face spotlightbottom 10 per cent of SMSFs, those with balances of less than $100,000, have lo
Shadow selfie super funds face spotlight
Canberra Times / Posted 7 hours ago
bottom 10 per cent of SMSFs, those with balances of less than $100,000, have lost money every year since 2008, according to Tax Office figures. A fund with a balance below $50,000 lost on average 15.9 per cent over the three years to 2014,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Shadow selfie super funds face spotlightbottom 10 per cent of SMSFs, those with balances of less than $100,000, have lo
Shadow selfie super funds face spotlight
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 hours ago
bottom 10 per cent of SMSFs, those with balances of less than $100,000, have lost money every year since 2008, according to Tax Office figures. A fund with a balance below $50,000 lost on average 15.9 per cent over the three years to 2014,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Indonesians line up to beat deadline for tax amnesty's best termsmatters," Lenna Yovanca, an employee in the fashion industry, said while waitin
Indonesians line up to beat deadline for tax amnesty's best terms
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 11 hours ago
matters," Lenna Yovanca, an employee in the fashion industry, said while waiting with scores of others outside the main tax office in Jakarta. Data on Friday showed 319,129 taxpayers had signed up, declaring 3,344 trillion rupiah (£198.37... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Indonesians line up to beat deadline for tax amnesty's best termsmatters," Lenna Yovanca, an employee in the fashion industry, said while waitin
Indonesians line up to beat deadline for tax amnesty's best terms
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 hours ago
matters," Lenna Yovanca, an employee in the fashion industry, said while waiting with scores of others outside the main tax office in Jakarta. Data on Friday showed 319,129 taxpayers had signed up, declaring 3,344 trillion rupiah (198.37... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial auditsums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocke
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial audit
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 hours ago
sums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocket expenses might be considered income by the tax office, making the board members employees rather than volunteers. That audit revealed the Queensland branch owed the... Read more
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The Courier
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial auditsums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocke
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial audit
The Courier / Posted 13 hours ago
sums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocket expenses might be considered income by the tax office, making the board members employees rather than volunteers. That audit revealed the Queensland branch owed the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial auditsums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocke
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial audit
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 14 hours ago
sums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocket expenses might be considered income by the tax office, making the board members employees rather than volunteers. That audit revealed the Queensland branch owed the... Read more
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The Young Witness
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial auditsums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocke
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial audit
The Young Witness / Posted 14 hours ago
sums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocket expenses might be considered income by the tax office, making the board members employees rather than volunteers. That audit revealed the Queensland branch owed the... Read more
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Western Advocate
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial auditsums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocke
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial audit
Western Advocate / Posted 14 hours ago
sums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocket expenses might be considered income by the tax office, making the board members employees rather than volunteers. That audit revealed the Queensland branch owed the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial auditsums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocke
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial audit
Kiama Independent / Posted 14 hours ago
sums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocket expenses might be considered income by the tax office, making the board members employees rather than volunteers. That audit revealed the Queensland branch owed the... Read more
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Manning River Times
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial auditsums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocke
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial audit
Manning River Times / Posted 14 hours ago
sums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocket expenses might be considered income by the tax office, making the board members employees rather than volunteers. That audit revealed the Queensland branch owed the... Read more
22 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial auditsums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocke
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial audit
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 14 hours ago
sums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocket expenses might be considered income by the tax office, making the board members employees rather than volunteers. That audit revealed the Queensland branch owed the... Read more
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Reuters
Indonesians line up to beat deadline for tax amnesty's best termsPeople wait to register for the government's tax amnesty program inside a tax o
Indonesians line up to beat deadline for tax amnesty's best terms
Reuters / Posted 14 hours ago
People wait to register for the government's tax amnesty program inside a tax office in Jakarta, Indonesia September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Iqro Rinaldi JAKARTA Hundreds of Indonesians queued for hours on Friday to get the most attractive terms on offer... Read more
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The North West Star
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial auditsums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocke
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial audit
The North West Star / Posted 14 hours ago
sums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocket expenses might be considered income by the tax office, making the board members employees rather than volunteers. That audit revealed the Queensland branch owed the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial auditsums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocke
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial audit
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 hours ago
sums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocket expenses might be considered income by the tax office, making the board members employees rather than volunteers. That audit revealed the Queensland branch owed the... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial auditsums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocke
'Please delete this email': Queensland RSL president mobilises after financial audit
The Border Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
sums of unaccounted-for money being paid to its directors to cover out-of-pocket expenses might be considered income by the tax office, making the board members employees rather than volunteers. That audit revealed the Queensland branch owed the... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Thousands rally in Indonesia against tax amnesty schemecurrently parked by its citizens overseas. Indonesians register their earnings
Thousands rally in Indonesia against tax amnesty scheme
Asian Correspondent / Posted 20 hours ago
currently parked by its citizens overseas. Indonesians register their earnings for the government’s tax amnesty at the tax office in Jakarta, Thursday, Sept 29. Pic: AP. Under the program, Indonesians are offered low penalty rates for assets... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Werner Vogels on the rise and rise of AWS in AustraliaSome claim they wouldn’t even have a business without it. In Australia AWS is
Werner Vogels on the rise and rise of AWS in Australia
Computer World Australia / Posted 22 hours ago
Some claim they wouldn’t even have a business without it. In Australia AWS is used by all four of the major banks, the tax office, the postal service, the stock exchange and the flagship airline. It has helped the country’s biggest online... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queenslandbeen a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had spar
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queensland
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
been a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had sparked a voluntary disclosure to the Australian Tax Office of a calculated fringe benefits tax debt of $321,000 over the past five years by the state's 14-member voluntary... Read more
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The Border Mail
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queenslandbeen a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had spar
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queensland
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
been a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had sparked a voluntary disclosure to the Australian Tax Office of a calculated fringe benefits tax debt of $321,000 over the past five years by the state's 14-member voluntary... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queenslandbeen a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had spar
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queensland
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
been a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had sparked a voluntary disclosure to the Australian Tax Office of a calculated fringe benefits tax debt of $321,000 over the past five years by the state's 14-member voluntary... Read more
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The Courier
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queenslandbeen a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had spar
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queensland
The Courier / Posted yesterday
been a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had sparked a voluntary disclosure to the Australian Tax Office of a calculated fringe benefits tax debt of $321,000 over the past five years by the state's 14-member voluntary... Read more
22 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queenslandbeen a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had spar
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queensland
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
been a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had sparked a voluntary disclosure to the Australian Tax Office of a calculated fringe benefits tax debt of $321,000 over the past five years by the state's 14-member voluntary... Read more
22 related stories
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The Young Witness
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queenslandbeen a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had spar
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queensland
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
been a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had sparked a voluntary disclosure to the Australian Tax Office of a calculated fringe benefits tax debt of $321,000 over the past five years by the state's 14-member voluntary... Read more
22 related stories
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Western Advocate
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queenslandbeen a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had spar
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queensland
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
been a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had sparked a voluntary disclosure to the Australian Tax Office of a calculated fringe benefits tax debt of $321,000 over the past five years by the state's 14-member voluntary... Read more
22 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queenslandbeen a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had spar
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queensland
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
been a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had sparked a voluntary disclosure to the Australian Tax Office of a calculated fringe benefits tax debt of $321,000 over the past five years by the state's 14-member voluntary... Read more
22 related stories
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Manning River Times
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queenslandbeen a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had spar
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queensland
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
been a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had sparked a voluntary disclosure to the Australian Tax Office of a calculated fringe benefits tax debt of $321,000 over the past five years by the state's 14-member voluntary... Read more
22 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queenslandbeen a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had spar
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queensland
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
been a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had sparked a voluntary disclosure to the Australian Tax Office of a calculated fringe benefits tax debt of $321,000 over the past five years by the state's 14-member voluntary... Read more
22 related stories
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The North West Star
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queenslandbeen a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had spar
Tens of thousand of dollars, no receipts: doubts over RSL expenses spread to Queensland
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
been a "deep, wide and rigorous review of the league's processes" that had sparked a voluntary disclosure to the Australian Tax Office of a calculated fringe benefits tax debt of $321,000 over the past five years by the state's 14-member voluntary... Read more
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DutchNews.nl
Some 60,000 people say they still want tax office blue envelopesAlmost 60,000 people have told the tax office they wish to continue communicati
Some 60,000 people say they still want tax office blue envelopes
DutchNews.nl / Posted yesterday
Almost 60,000 people have told the tax office they wish to continue communicating about their tax affairs by letter. Last October the law was changed, allowing the government to replace letter post with email communications and the tax office... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How to stay safe online: government's money watchdog warns of new online threatsmembers of the Government's Serious Financial Crimes Taskforce, including the A
How to stay safe online: government's money watchdog warns of new online threats
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
members of the Government's Serious Financial Crimes Taskforce, including the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Tax Office, had been in touch with international counterparts and, in an "unprecedented step", began sharing intelligence... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Niles city hall roof bid recommendation expected todaythe other phases,” Sekanick said. The architect said city hall business will n
Niles city hall roof bid recommendation expected today
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted yesterday
the other phases,” Sekanick said. The architect said city hall business will not be disrupted by the roof work. The income-tax office, mayor’s office and basement have been sealed off since the August shutdown and the tax-office has moved to the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ATO offers new pay deal amounting to less than 1 per cent, cites government policyThe Tax Office says the Coalition government's industrial relations policies ar
ATO offers new pay deal amounting to less than 1 per cent, cites government policy
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
The Tax Office says the Coalition government's industrial relations policies are behind a wage offer to its 18,000 public servants of less than 1 per cent a year. The ATO says the offer, of a 3 per cent up-front pay rise, followed by a 2 per cent... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ATO offers new pay deal amounting to less than 1 per cent, blames government policyThe Tax Office has blamed the Coalition government's industrial relations polic
ATO offers new pay deal amounting to less than 1 per cent, blames government policy
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
The Tax Office has blamed the Coalition government's industrial relations policies for a wage offer to its 18,000 public servants of less than 1 per cent a year. The ATO says the offer, of a 3 per cent up-front pay rise, followed by a 2 per cent... Read more
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Money Management
ATO clears way for SMSF DomaCom investmentRelated News: AFA EGM stoush hits social media The Australian Tax Office (ATO)
ATO clears way for SMSF DomaCom investment
Money Management / Posted yesterday
Related News: AFA EGM stoush hits social media The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has decided that self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) trustees may invest in family property via the fractional property investment fund, DomaCom. The ATO stated in... Read more
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The Age
ATO offers new pay deal amounting to less than 1 per cent, blames government policyThe Tax Office has blamed the Coalition government's industrial relations polic
ATO offers new pay deal amounting to less than 1 per cent, blames government policy
The Age / Posted yesterday
The Tax Office has blamed the Coalition government's industrial relations policies for a wage offer to its 18,000 public servants of less than 1 per cent a year. The ATO says the offer, of a 3 per cent up-front pay rise, followed by a 2 per cent... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
Law Commission chairman feels Bangladesh laws not used wellanecdotes from his student days in Britain, where he also worked for some time,
Law Commission chairman feels Bangladesh laws not used well
Bdnews24.com / Posted 2 days ago
anecdotes from his student days in Britain, where he also worked for some time, he remembered his visit to the tax office there. "I remember a lady telling the man at the desk, 'Do you know I pay for your wages?'", he remembered. He... Read more
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Contractor UK
What's wrong with the Revenue's ER exploit scheme alertalert this month on how it views an alleged ‘tax avoidance scheme’ is unfortuna
What's wrong with the Revenue's ER exploit scheme alert
Contractor UK / Posted 2 days ago
alert this month on how it views an alleged ‘tax avoidance scheme’ is unfortunately yet another demonstration of how the UK tax office continues to misunderstand the situation for many contractors. In short, the idea behind the scheme is that a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Queensland farmers relieved as backpacker tax uncertainty endsthe Federal Government has allocated $10 million on enforcement and administrat
Queensland farmers relieved as backpacker tax uncertainty ends
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
the Federal Government has allocated $10 million on enforcement and administration of that register within the Australian Tax Office, as well as another $10 million to be spent on a tourism promotion campaign to attract working holiday makers to... Read more
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Herald.ie
Singer Sinead pays €160k to Revenue in fines and back taxes John Mulligan and Robin Schiller – 28 September 2016 02:30 AM The artist mad
Singer Sinead pays €160k to Revenue in fines and back taxes
Herald.ie / Posted 2 days ago
John Mulligan and Robin Schiller – 28 September 2016 02:30 AM The artist made the payment as part of the latest swoop by the taxman to detect defaulters, with almost €18m paid in... Read more
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Canberra Times
your news, sport, weather and traffic snapshotFC in the FFA Cup semi-final after beating Green Gully last night. Photo: Jamil
your news, sport, weather and traffic snapshot
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
FC in the FFA Cup semi-final after beating Green Gully last night. Photo: Jamila Toderas Debt collectors hired by the Tax Office are putting prices on the heads of tax debts, with individual operators promised bonuses and incentives to... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Former cop accused of ripping off ATOA FORMER Sunshine Coast police officer has been accused of defrauding about $15
Former cop accused of ripping off ATO
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
A FORMER Sunshine Coast police officer has been accused of defrauding about $150,000 from the tax office. David John Latemore has been charged with of deceitfully gaining $149,055.04 in false GST refunds and attempting to gain another $879,457... Read more
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News Mail
Former cop accused of ripping off ATOA FORMER Sunshine Coast police officer has been accused of defrauding about $15
Former cop accused of ripping off ATO
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
A FORMER Sunshine Coast police officer has been accused of defrauding about $150,000 from the tax office. David John Latemore has been charged with of deceitfully gaining $149,055.04 in false GST refunds and attempting to gain another $879,457... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Former cop accused of ripping off ATOA FORMER Sunshine Coast police officer has been accused of defrauding about $15
Former cop accused of ripping off ATO
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
A FORMER Sunshine Coast police officer has been accused of defrauding about $150,000 from the tax office. David John Latemore has been charged with of deceitfully gaining $149,055.04 in false GST refunds and attempting to gain another $879,457... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Former cop accused of ripping off ATOA FORMER Sunshine Coast police officer has been accused of defrauding about $15
Former cop accused of ripping off ATO
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
A FORMER Sunshine Coast police officer has been accused of defrauding about $150,000 from the tax office. David John Latemore has been charged with of deceitfully gaining $149,055.04 in false GST refunds and attempting to gain another $879,457... Read more
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Queensland Times
Former cop accused of ripping off ATOA FORMER Sunshine Coast police officer has been accused of defrauding about $15
Former cop accused of ripping off ATO
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
A FORMER Sunshine Coast police officer has been accused of defrauding about $150,000 from the tax office. David John Latemore has been charged with of deceitfully gaining $149,055.04 in false GST refunds and attempting to gain another $879,457... Read more
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