When you are working and traveling in Australia it will be a waste to not request your tax back from the Australian government. Every year there are thousands of backpackers that leave the country without requesting their tax back. If you are leaving Australia don’t forget to request your tax back from the Australian government! Contact DATAX Australia today for further information.
HOW CAN I APPLY TO GET MY TAX BACK?
If it is almost the end of the financial year our you are leaving Australia then there is the possibility to apply by yourself to get your tax back. It is quite easy to apply for your tax back the only negative part about it is that it takes a few months before you will exactly see your tax back on your bank account.
If you want to apply to get your tax back you just need to visit the website of the Australian government (http://www.ato.gov.au/) as soon as you’re on the website you will see the button individuals and then you can start your own tax back application.
I NEED HELP TO GET MY TAX BACK!
If you need help with claiming your tax back and it is the end of the year our you are leaving the country then it is smart to let a tax back office do your tax back application. Normally you will have your tax back within a week when you let an official tax back company help you.
If you are an international student in Australia and you are studying and working at the same time then the tax companies can also help you to get your tax back this will take normally around a week before you got your tax back on your bank account.
GET YOUR SUPERANNUATION AND TAX BACK!
Every year thousands of backpackers are leaving Australia after their working holiday experience without requesting their superannuation our tax back from the Australian government.
Every backpacker loses with this the change to receive thousands of dollars from the Australian government. The average tax back that a backpacker can get after the end of the financial year from the Australian government is around $2600 dollars. The average superannuation that a backpacker can receive from the Australian government after they are leaving the country is $1000 dollar.
If you are leaving Australia don’t forget to request your superannuation and tax back from the Australian government!
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There are thousands of directories out there and a directory submission service can identify quality relevant directories for you in which your site will be listed and will have redeeming value for your website.
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Resonance fm have kindly asked Richard James to produce two 90 minute programmes for their ground breaking radio station as a part of the ‘Free Range’ series. The first will be aired at 8pm on Saturday 25th January 2014 and can be listened to online or on 104.4FM in the central London area.
This first programme is a mixture of recordings from 2011 to 2014. It includes two tracks from a live performance project by the writer John Williams, a semi-fictitious autobiography of the 70′s and 80′s called Johnny Revive, one track from S4C film drama ‘Tir’, two tracks from an EP entitled In France, some field recordings and an unreleased album ‘All The New Highways’, recorded in 2011 and completed in 2013, which is played in it’s entirety here on the airwaves for the first time. Download release is April 2014.
The next programme will include the soundtrack to a Dylan Thomas inspired short film ‘The Colour of Saying’, a sound collage from recordings Richard made on a recent trip to India, and new music including collaborations with Trwbador and RSeiliog. Diolch/Thank you!
There are many people to thank for this first programme, so here they are –
Gareth Bonello (musician)
Iwan Morgan (producer/engineer)
Eugene Capper (producer/engineer/musician)
Andy Fung (artist/musician)
Laura J Martin (musician)
Jessica Swainson (artist)
John Williams (writer)
Charlotte Greig (musician/writer)
Rhodri Viney (musician)
Georgia Ruth Williams (musician)
Callum Duggan (musician)
Roger Williams (writer)
Kirsten McTernan (photographer)
Francesca Dimech (musician)
Ian Perry (musician)
Matt O’Keefe (musician)
Alun Llwyd and Kev Tame (Turnstile/Epa)
Richard Dowers RIP (landlord)
Ed Baxter at Resonance
and finally Edward Mugford (engineer/producer/musician) for amongst many other things, helping me put this mix together.
This is the second programme by Richard James for Free Range at Resonance FM, curated by Ed Baxter. The first piece is a collaboration with musician and composer R Seiliog aka Robin Edwards, a live improvisation recorded at Robin’s house. Then we have a track which is a home recording with The Gentle Good aka Gareth Bonello. Richard invited the writer Dan Rhodes to contribute some work and here he reads pieces from his book ‘Marry Me’. We then have a track performed at Richard’s house with former Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci leader Euros Childs. Written by Euros, it’s never before been recorded but they have played it live on occasion over the past few years. Richard made recordings of a British Council trip to India in December which comprises the India Sound Collage, before finally a score by Richard for the short film by Anthony Shapland ‘The Colour of Saying’, inspired by the work and Welsh landscapes of Dylan Thomas, shown as a part of Experimentica festival at Chapter Arts centre in November 2013. The image is of Kohima TV and Radio tower in Nagaland, India.
Richard thanks all the contributing artists, Edward Mugford for help in compiling the programme and everyone at ResonanceFM, especially Ed Baxter.