- Transitioning support for auto supply chain companies
- Innovation in Australia
- New FBT entertainment cap introduced
- New reporting obligations for multinational companies
- Unlocking super
- The truth behind business failure
- 2015 Distinguished Family Business of the Year
- Melbourne plan refresh: The 2050 metropolitan planning strategy
- Tax alert: GST & remote housing accommodation
- The Federal Government's Tax discussion paper released today
- New fees hurt developers’ bottom line
- Payroll Tax Rebate – Action before 23 November 2015
- New South Wales State Budget 2015-16
- Western Australian Real estate & construction update
- Victoria Real estate & construction update
- South Australia Real estate & construction update
- Queensland Real estate & construction update
- New South Wales Real estate & construction update
- State revenue offices and the ATO information sharing
- Redundant corporate entities?
- Streamlined process for new business applications
- Imported building materials under scrutiny
- Tightened lending rules threaten industry growth
- Any GST hike must be offset
- New PM appoints Minister for Cities
- Reforming Australia’s Federation and Tax System
- A message from our Global Head of Real Estate & Construction
- Adelaide CBD property outlook – Key considerations
- The deadline is looming for the Exploration Development Incentive
- Valuing Employee Share Schemes (ESS) – Impending Tax Changes
- Queensland State Budget 2015-16
- New restrictions on entertainment salary packaging
- NADA conference day three
- NADA conference day two
- Do you have the keys to NADA 2015? Day 1
- South Australian State Budget 2015-16
- 27 Pay Periods in 2015/16
- Corporate simplification and solvent liquidations
- Fringe Benefits – Hidden FBT and deemed dividend issues
- NSW Payroll Tax Rebate
- SuperStream compliance
- Should I maintain my SMSF?
- Art and collectables as alternative investments
- Tax alert: GST ruling published
- Western Australian State Budget 2015-16
- New funding opportunities for Australian food & beverage companies
- Super fund investment choice – What are the options?
- Nominating beneficiaries for your superannuation benefits
- Superannuation consolidation
- Victorian State Budget 2015/16
- Encouraging innovation in Australia’s Life Sciences and Biotechnology industries
- Fraud in focus: Fraud and corruption in Banking and Financial Services
- Tax alert: Refunds of excess GST
- New Employee Share Scheme Bill Introduced
- SuperStream employer webinars
- Staying vigilant against fraud
- Tax Alert: Are you meeting your employment tax obligations?
- Tax alert: No change to R&D tax offset rates
- Act now to be ready for FATCA
- Tax alert: Changes to Employee Share Scheme Tax Laws
As major car manufacturing in Victoria ceases, Victorian automotive supply chain companies are offered intensive transitional support.
The Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda was launched on 7 December 2015. Designed to stimulate business innovation in Australia, it includes a number of proposed tax reforms targeting start-up businesses, which we summarise in this article.
Following approval in both houses of parliament, legislation to cap FBT concessions for certain entertainment benefits from 1 April 2016, and limit the ways car deductions can be made from 1 July 2015, now awaits Royal Assent.
The Government has released draft legislation on new reporting standards for transfer pricing documentation and Country-by-Country reporting (CbC reports) that will impact many Australian companies. These new reporting standards are the first tangible impacts flowing from the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project.
The Andrews Labor Government recently released the Plan Melbourne Discussion Paper, its long-term vision for affordable housing close to jobs, targeted infrastructure and public transport, aimed at maintaining Melbourne as one of the world’s most liveable cities.
Business failure is commonly attributed to economic cycles or factors that are outside of a business’s control. In reality, failure typically arises as a result of both external and internal factors, with the interaction between these factors and how management address these matters, being the true underlying cause.
Proposed legislation under consideration by the Federal Government will levy substantial fees on developers who plan to sell their 100 plus lot residential developments to foreign purchasers if enacted. The fees will apply to both Australian and foreign-owned developers.
Charles Parsons was named the 2015 Distinguished Family Business of the Year at the National Family Business Conference.
Family businesses starting out or looking to grow often struggle with accessibility to working capital (i.e. cash). For many, super is often perceived as a cash reserve just sitting there not being utilised effectively. Can superannuation also offer private and family owned businesses retirement benefits to its members AND an opportunity to amplify their business?
The Office of State Revenue announced this week that there will be additional scrutiny on retrospective NSW Payroll Tax Rebate applications made after 23 November 2015.