- 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
The abolition of stamp duty on non-residential property, announced in the South Australian Government’s 2015/16 state budget has been controversial, but long awaited.
The Victorian property industry continues to buzz with activity and new government planning reviews; however recent data appears to indicate some slowing in the state. We also look at foreign investment tax implications and upcoming property law review
Whilst the effects of the mining downturn continue to be felt in Perth with rising office vacancy rates, some positive changes to local planning scheme regulations should assist in reducing construction waiting times. We also look at the new unsolicited bids process for state owned assets.
The property industry is celebrating the appointment of South Australian Jamie Briggs as our first Minister for Cities and the Built environment.
These key considerations arose from our recent event and panel discussion on Adelaide CBD’s property outlook featuring speakers, The right Honourable Houssam Abiad (Adelaide City Council), Ms Lily Jacobs (CEO - Renew SA) and Mr Daniel Gannon (Executive Director SA - Property Council).
Junior minerals explorers that have undertaken greenfields mineral exploration in Australia between 1 July 2014 and 30 June 2015 have until 30 September 2015 to determine:
Fraud in focus: Increasing risks of financial crime impacting Australian charities and Not for Profits - Reports & increasing risks of financial crime
Of the approximately 600,000 charities registered with the Not for Profit sector, 6,000 new entrants were registered between December 2012 and December 2014.
Fraud in focus: Increasing risks of financial crime impacting Australian charities and Not for Profits - Summarising the risks
The growth in number of Australian charities and Not for Profit organisations, the demand for their services domestically and abroad, together with the increasing complexity of financial crime activity, all contribute to an increasingly high-risk environment.
Fraud in focus: Fraud in focus: Increasing risks of financial crime impacting Australian charities and Not for Profits - What to do
There is a wealth of documentation plus accepted standards and guidance to assist Directors and committee members ensure their organisations have strong integrity frameworks in place in order to ensure compliance with obligations relating to financial crime.
Fraud in focus: Increasing risks of financial crime impacting Australian charities and Not for Profits
The Not for Profit sector contributes around $43 billion to Australia’s gross domestic product, derived from approximately 600,000 organisations . This is an attractive sum of money for people intent on unlawful gain, which typically occurs through theft, fraud, bribery and corruption, money laundering and the financing of terrorism.