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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat Bruce View Post
    Yes, you can dream on. Now the blind is leading the blind here. And the blind asking a so called opulent blind man foe some advice about Australia where he knows very little about but google a lot to find out and then he dish out these advice like an expert blind man.
    It seems like some tom, dick or mat is very worried of taxation....


    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    ...It will be interesting if they do because they might be able to find out more abut those ex-malaysians who migrated there, whether they declared their financial gain from properties in malaysia. Australian rules require the taxpayers to declare their property gain including properties outside australia.
    " As an Australian resident, you are generally taxed on any capital gains you make on overseas assets – for example, when you sell an overseas property. You must report the gain in your tax return. "
    Australian Taxation Office (ATO) Official Website ... https://www.ato.gov.au/Individuals/I...erseas-assets/



    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    ..Don't play play with taxmen, tax invasion is a criminal offence. The maximum penalty for offences can be up to 10 years imprisonment. Criminal tax evasion involves not only not paying your taxes, but also demonstrating a willful attempt to avoid paying tax...
    " There are serious consequences for tax crime. These include penalties, criminal convictions, fines, and even prison sentences. A criminal conviction can also affect a person's employment and ability to travel outside Australia. "
    Australian Taxation Office (ATO) Official Website ... https://www.ato.gov.au/general/the-f...orperpetrators



    p/s : maybe I should provide some info to the ATO (like email them something ...) hahahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post

    It seems like some tom, dick or mat is very worried of taxation....




    " As an Australian resident, you are generally taxed on any capital gains you make on overseas assets for example, when you sell an overseas property. You must report the gain in your tax return. "
    Australian Taxation Office (ATO) Official Website ... https://www.ato.gov.au/Individuals/I...erseas-assets/





    " There are serious consequences for tax crime. These include penalties, criminal convictions, fines, and even prison sentences. A criminal conviction can also affect a person's employment and ability to travel outside Australia. "
    Australian Taxation Office (ATO) Official Website ... https://www.ato.gov.au/general/the-f...orperpetrators



    p/s : maybe I should provide some info to the ATO (like email them something ...) hahahahaha
    Hehehe, you should. You stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat Bruce View Post
    Hehehe, you should. You stupid.
    You have called me stupid, idiot and blind !!

    You can't debate anymore except calling names.. ??

    Why you feel so insecure... ??

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    do the Oz taxman reward pple who give the tip off ?
    I am looking at yet another source of 'new business set up'...
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    I guess the reward will not be stated in a book and certainly there is no invoice issued by the taxmen for the service rendered....

    I knew one case... I think can share since it was long over.

    I think everybody knows the famous ball-shaped chicken rice in Malacca town. Many outlets are capitalizing on the influx of blured sotong tourists (domestic and foreign) who die die also want to try this ball shape chicken rice. One of these eateries closed shop due to taxation.

    Before closure, the business of this chicken rice eatery was so good, you looked at the queue you will give up queuing. Someone posted the food pictures and also the queue to share in fb and this attracted the attention of taxmen.

    The rest is history...



    " someone " is the key missing link....

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    re above Taxman's reward for tip off. I meant Oz tax man.
    I am only interested in Ozman's tax reward as setting up the rest of the businesses take time lah. U know lah I heard many the oz pple can be very slow mo and also work like kayu one...
    I dont care too much about bolehlandtaxman. Duh more they collect the more the taxes will leak into your corrupt leaders' pockets lah.
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    This is what I like about Australia:

    http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politi...29-h0bd87.html

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    This is what I don't like about australia....

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-42260548

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    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    This is what I don't like about australia....

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-42260548
    This is called democracy when 61.6% voted in favour

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naka View Post
    This is called democracy when 61.6% voted in favour
    Of course, it's democracy..

    Wait until your loved one weds the same sex then tell me again this is democracy...

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    No religions in this world accept same sex marriage, let alone recognize them.

    Nowadays, countries (run by politicians) can change this rule started from the time of Adam and Eve thru a process called democracy.

    In the game of democracy, politicians will do things which is politically correct to them for the sake of winning votes.

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    Like Plato said "Democracy is tyranny of the majority."

    The 51% can make laws to oppress. Yes, 51% will do. Or make a law to legalise same sex marriage. The other 49% can either accept it or go to hell. They don't care.

    It is not the best system of government but merely the best of the worst.

    Btw, the full name of North Korea is Democratic People's Republic of Korea [DPRK]. If this is not a misnomer I don't know what is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    Of course, it's democracy..

    Wait until your loved one weds the same sex then tell me again this is democracy...
    Personally, we do not like the result cos' we are from the old school, but what can you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naka View Post
    Personally, we do not like the result cos' we are from the old school, but what can you do?
    I know it is easier said than done..

    Things cannot happen and will not happen overnight. What happened now is the result of the past..

    It happened after a long period of time with all the right ingredients to encourage such things to grow. When many of the influential legislators and MPs are from such group, you can see what is coming soon... BUT who put them in the place where they can decide for you.… ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    I know it is easier said than done..

    Things cannot happen and will not happen overnight. What happened now is a result of the past..

    It happened after a long period of time with all the right ingredients to encourage such things to grow. When many of the influential legislators and MPs are from such group, you can see what is coming soon... BUT who put them in the place where they can decide for you.… ??
    I think they are more Christians than other faiths in Australia.

    And I know these powerful Churches put up a lot of objections and comments. But what can they do? Your opinion and mine is like them ie 38.4%

    You know, Australia is the no 26th country in the world to legalize same sex marriage and debates went on for over 10 years with successive governments which avoided this subject.

    It is finally put to rest and full stop.

    BTW, your country cousins in Taiwan is also one of them and they legalized even before Oz.

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