How can I get the maximum tax refund?

Raftery, Adrian
July 2010
Money (Australia Edition);Jul2010, Issue 125, p16
The article presents an answer to a question about how to obtain the maximum tax refund by giving tips such as reducing assessable income, increasing allowable deductions, and claiming rebates.


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