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Queensland State Budget 2014-2015

03 Jun 2014

The Queensland State Government handed down its Budget on 3 June 2014

Family Business and the Federal Budget

03 Jun 2014

A number of measures announced in Federal Budget 2014 have a nasty sting in the tail for Australian family businesses.

Tax planning: What to consider before 30 June 2014

03 Jun 2014

With the end of the 2014 financial year rapidly approaching, now is the time to consider tax planning issues and items to be actioned before 30 June 2014 to ensure that you achieve the best tax outcome possible.

Snapshot: Project Do IT

03 Jun 2014

The Australian Tax Office’s Project DO IT: Limited amnesty for taxpayers with offshore income Act now to avoid prosecution! Disclosures deadline 19 December 2014.

SuperStream: Employer requirements and deadlines

03 Jun 2014

SuperStream refers to reforms introduced by the former Federal Labor Government to make the back office operation of superannuation funds more streamlined and efficient.

Amendments to listing rules facilitate capital raising

26 May 2014

An easy and common way for entities listed on the ASX to raise money is by issuing up to 15% of their issued capital under Listing Rule [LR] 7.1.

Western Australian State Budget 2014-2015

08 May 2014

The New South Wales (NSW) State Government handed down its Budget on 17 June 2014.

Victorian State Budget 2014-2015

06 May 2014

The Victorian State Government handed down its Budget on 6 May 2014

Tax Alert: New tax rulings regarding transfer pricing

17 Apr 2014

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) released two tax rulings (TR 2014/D4 and TR 2014/D3) on 16 April 2014 to clarify the Commissioner of Taxation’s view on certain sections of the new transfer pricing legislation introduced on 29 June 2013. The new transfer pricing rules apply to the transactions of all multinational companies operating in Australia.

Farm-out arrangements: What you need to know

03 Apr 2014

A farm-out arrangement typically involves an entity (the farmor) agreeing to provide a working interest in a mining property to a third party (the farmee), provided that the farmee makes a cash payment to the farmor and/or incurs certain expenditures on the property to earn that interest.