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5 Tax Mistakes Made by Millennials

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Perth Business News

Every Australian individual needs to have a good personal tax planning, or the process of looking into different options so one can determine when, how, or whether to conduct personal transactions that in effect will reduce taxes, if not totally eliminate them.

A taxpayer normally has an option and power to complete a taxable deal by more than one method. Looking for ways to look for ways to lower your taxes is fine because it is not going against the constitution; in fact the law backs up individuals who choose one method that subjects the person to less tax. You can even avoid them if you want.

However, you should never get the idea that tax evasion is fine and legal. Remember that the word avoidance has a completely different meaning with the word evasion. To avoid paying taxes, you come up with legal and sensible ways on how to cut down the total amount you have to pay. To evade though, is to reduce the amount by concealing some details deceitfully.

Reducing your taxes is a great strategy to save money. However you need to have the knowledge on how to do it as it is very important. According to an article published by Stefanie O’Connell at Huffington Post, Millennials or people from early twenties to mid thirties should be mindful of how their ever-shifting circumstances influence their tax obligation.

Here are five common tax mistakes made by millennial to watch out for: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/gobankingrates/5-tax-mistakes-made-by-mi_b_9134002.html