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Modern Slavery deadlines back to normal – when is your statement due?

21 Jun 2021

While Modern Slavery Statement reporting periods have gone back to their normal schedule, now is a timely reminder to collate your Modern Slavery Statements and submit in time with the regular deadlines.

Queensland ‘roaring back’ to recovery

16 Jun 2021

Yesterday, The Hon. Cameron Dick, handed down his second Queensland State Budget as Treasurer, delivering significant spending for health, education and infrastructure to deal with the State’s growing population.

New FTA with the UK favours agricultural sector

16 Jun 2021

The new Free Trade Agreement (“FTA”) agreed in principle between Australia and the UK this week will facilitate more job and business opportunities for companies. In particular, the agricultural sector emerges as a key beneficiary.

Superannuation tax planning for end of financial year

09 Jun 2021

As the end of the 2021 financial year approaches, we outline new and existing measures for consideration around Superannuation Tax Planning.

Countdown to the EOFY - a checklist for your year-end tax planning

09 Jun 2021

With the end of the financial year only a few weeks away, now is an opportune time to review your business affairs as part of your year-end tax planning. As we countdown to 30 June, here are some considerations as you wind up another financial year.

Global agreement on tax reform

09 Jun 2021

The G7 this week has reached what has been described as a seismic agreement on global tax reform. The new rules, yet to be truly formulated, are meant to ensure that the world’s largest multinational technology companies will pay “their fair share” of tax in the countries in which they operate.

Are you an Australian Trusted Trader?

24 May 2021

It's estimated that around 30% of cross border trade is conducted via companies who are accredited in the Australian Trusted Trader program. The Government intends to increase this to 75% by 2025. Learn more the benefits of accreditation.

Victorian economy doing better, but austerity measures introduced

21 May 2021

Yesterday, Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas delivered the Victorian budget for 2021-22. This budget invests $26b worth of new spending, and funding for key sectors health, education and infrastructure with the key aim of ‘creating jobs and caring for Victorians’.

Victoria now has generally the highest State property taxes in Australia

21 May 2021

In our analysis of the 2021-22 Victorian State Budget, which included a number of tax increases and new taxes, it occurred to us that Victoria could well be the highest taxing State or Territory in Australia for developers, and we were not far wrong.

Employee share scheme reporting – what to consider before end of financial year

19 May 2021

As the end of financial year approaches, companies with Employee Share Schemes (ESS) are required to report to the ATO and provide employees with a statement if a “taxing point” has occurred during the tax year.