The tax time mega podcast: EOFY tips, money hacks and more!
A podcast about making the most of tax time.
The days are shorter, the nights are colder and the paperwork is piling up. It's tax time here in Australia! Whether you use an accountant or file on your own, there can be a lot to consider about your personal circumstances, and a whole lot of detail around insurance, superannuation and shopping smart at this time of year.
On this episode of the Pocket Money podcast, we're joined by experts from across the financial spectrum to talk about getting a good deal, the importance of income protection and managing your finances around tax time.
Mentioned in this episode
- Guide to tax deductions 2019
- 2019 end of financial year shopping sales
- 2019 end of financial year travel deals
- The ultimate guide for switching to the NBN
- Frequent flyer point expiration
- What is the Medicare Levy Surcharge?
- Lifetime Health Cover (LHC) loading
- Do you need life insurance or income protection?
- Buying a car at the EOFY sales
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Pocket Money is hosted by Sally McMullen and Marc Terrano. The show is produced by Franko Ali. Editing and theme music from Brianna Ansaldo of Bamby Media.
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