Influencers Finally Made To Pay Tax On Their “Gifts”

Recently the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is cracking down on influencers who make an income from their posts are required to pay tax, even if it’s just a hobby, and if they make more than $75,000 they also have to register for GST.

Spida from Triple M Gold Coast’s Flan, Ali and Spida explains that there is a better option for the ‘influencers’, and it doesn’t involve tax or money, yet a remote island.

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