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Post #13045 by Aussie on July 6th 2008, 11:37 AM (in topic “Salary sacrificing ...”)

Salary sacrificing ...: tax

There is an underlying principal that many forget or want to forget and that is "income is income" no matter what you do to minimise tax, csa etc the bottom line is if it came your way through earnings it is income, that is the way ato and csa will see it no matter how or where you put the $.

Sure there are legal ways to minimise tax etc and most of us do it but all else in reality goes out the window sooner or later.

You can claim and/or say what you want to the ato and csa but at the end of the day they both have ways of dealing with it and one of them for the csa is potential income.

Some may get arround things for a while maybe even for a long while but if it is not legal or it is a "loop hole" expect at some stage to be stopped, even penalised.

Get a good accountant even a solicitor but generally the bottom line is if you earnt it, it is income (simplified of course)

Years in business has taught me one thing and that is you can't cheat and expect to get away with it.

I have also found that it is far easier to get a fair deal by co-operating with the ato and csa and a fair deal at the end of the day is all you should expect.

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Post #11679 by Aussie on June 18th 2008, 5:39 PM (in topic “QLD Psychologists Board tries to hose down acceptance of Parental Alienation”)

QLD Psychologists Board tries to hose down acceptance of Parental Alienation: alignment

Alignment (as i understand the word to mean) can happen because of a number of reasons without pa even being present and that is what makes the two very different, pa is a deliberateact on behalf of a bad parent, alignment is a result and not always as a result of PA.

Don't back down from reality on this, if those that fought for change in the FLA backed down as easily we would not have got the chages we did, we actually should be fighting to have the term pa [not pas] recognised, and not be in acceptance of a white wash.

I aggree with stay right away from the term pas, the courts don't like it and we "normal" people are not qualified to make such a statement, describe what is happening and let the experts diagnose and report, this is the only chance we have in that regard.

Your right about the evidence D4E, get it and corrobarate it if possible, then present it in a civil manner.

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Post #11570 by Aussie on June 17th 2008, 6:28 PM (in topic “QLD Psychologists Board tries to hose down acceptance of Parental Alienation”)

QLD Psychologists Board tries to hose down acceptance of Parental Alienation: pa

Parental alienation vs alignment … same, same, NO, DEFINITELY NOT.

I am hearing "don't call it PA, they now call it alignment".

Whilst the courts do not take to pas for various reasons they are open to what the bad parent is doing and how it is effecting the kids.

Whether we call it "alignment" or "Parental alienation" does matter in that the act of parental alienation leads to alignment and that is real as many here know, we should not give in to one case where the term alignment was used rather than parental alienation, they are in fact two different things, even as linked as they may be.

I feel it is very important that we all identify (parties, xperts, legals and courts included) properly as to what is going on with parental alienation, IT IS CHILD ABUSE, alignment is JUST ONE OF the results, and that we do not allowourselves to go soft because of the outcome or content of one or two cases infavouring the term alignment over PA.

Forget "politically correct" and call it for what it is, parental alienation/child abuse.

Having gone through 5 years of it now and talking to many, many, many others that have also and are still going through it, no "soft" term is going to do it for me.

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Post #10504 by Aussie on June 2nd 2008, 8:28 PM (in topic “Conduct of Barristers and Solicitors”)

Conduct of Barristers and Solicitors: solicitors

just a suggestion … i think i saw something like this on the legal services commission of qld at one stage

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Post #10494 by Aussie on June 2nd 2008, 7:35 PM (in topic “Conduct of Barristers and Solicitors”)

Conduct of Barristers and Solicitors: shame file

ooh … now i would like to see that

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Post #7641 by Aussie on March 26th 2008, 7:43 PM (in topic “School Holiday definition?”)

School Holiday definition?: Holidays

The reality of it all is simple …

The Easter break just passed … public holidays, not school holidays. As a self rep, against my ex, her solicitor actually agreed with me, and he does not like me at all. Easter was not seen as school holidays in my case.

There is a clear difference between the definitions of school and public holidays.

As my orders state that I am to get the benefit of any public holiday or pupil free day adjoining my scheduled weekend (had to fight for that one), I had them All Easter.

Be careful as to the rest, as the orders have to be read taking into account the specifics therein. Do they say "school holidays" or "gazetted school holidays" for example. There can also be a difference, as I have experienced in QLD, between the actual school holiday period and the gazetted school holiday period, such that they do not match … again, more grounds for argument.

Watch out for pupil free days also, they are not seen as a school holiday, gazetted school holiday or a public holiday.

What a minefield it can be!

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Post #7088 by Aussie on March 13th 2008, 8:47 PM (in topic “Link”)

Link

Moderators. Please put mmistrz link back for all to see. I for one would like to view his personal site.

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Post #6274 by Aussie on March 1st 2008, 11:23 AM (in topic “Lawyers fighting dirty !”)

Lawyers fighting dirty !: Solicitor Tries Blackmail - Parental Alienation: Have a look at this for foul play

The below is offered as proof of a solicitor attempting to use blackmail to further his client's financial benefit from a property settlement. The worst part, both the solicitor and the mother involved were prepared to have the children suffer (as they did) and risk the Father going to jail and his life being ruined in their efforts to maximise their own financial gain.

Go to this link and read … http://www.parentalalienation.com.au/letters.htm

If you, or anyone you know, have been subjected to similiar I would love to hear from you, particularly if you live in regional southern Queensland.

This solicitor and others like him have to be taken to task.

Please pass this on to anyone and everyone, the more attention it gets the better the chances are of getting something done.

Thank you.

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Post #6272 by Aussie on March 1st 2008, 11:04 AM (in topic “Solicitor Tries Blackmail - Parental Alienation: Have a look at this for foul play”)

Solicitor Tries Blackmail - Parental Alienation: Have a look at this for foul play

The below is offered as proof of a solicitor attempting to use blackmail to further his client's financial benefit from a property settlement. The worst part, both the solicitor and the mother involved were prepared to have the children suffer (as they did) and risk the Father going to jail and his life being ruined in their efforts to maximise their own financial gain.

Go to this link and read … http://www.parentalalienation.com.au/letters.htm

If you, or anyone you know, have been subjected to similiar I would love to hear from you, particularly if you live in regional southern Queensland.

This solicitor and others like him have to be taken to task.

Please pass this on to anyone and everyone, the more attention it gets the better the chances are of getting something done.

Thank you.

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