- 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 New South Wales (NSW) Treasurer, Gladys Berejiklian, delivered the 2015-16 State Budget on 23 June 2015. In her opinion, “the State is buzzing”.
The South Australia Treasurer, Tom Koutsantonis, commenced his budget speech on 18 June 2015 by declaring that “this government is embarking on the most comprehensive state tax reform in South Australia’s history”, which will make the State “a beacon for business investment”.
The 2015/2016 financial year will have 27 fortnightly pay periods.
In recent times there has been an increase in the number of new clients who are considering closing their existing Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF). In reviewing these clients situation it became obvious the obligations, costs and potential trustee penalties outweighed the benefits provided by being your own Trustee.
After a healthy recovery from the lows experienced during the Global Financial Crisis, investment markets are once again facing headwinds including falling oil and commodity prices, geopolitical risks and monetary policy challenges. Investors looking for new ways to diversify in this uncertain environment should consider investments that can perform differently from stock or bond market movements.
Employers with more than 20 employees must be compliant with SuperStream from 30 June, however smaller businesses with 19 or fewer employees have up to 12 months to be compliant.
The payroll tax rebate scheme, also known as the “Jobs Action Plan,” is an initiative by the NSW State Government to offer rebates through the NSW Office of State Revenue (“OSR”) to employers that have increased their employment levels in New South Wales from 1 July 2011.
Do you ‘cash out’ fringe benefits and think this solves everything? Think again, You may have a latent tax problem.
Simplifying your corporate affairs will free up time, and save you money. Overly complicated group structures and maintaining redundant entities erode profits through unnecessary costs each year.
On 3 June 2015, the Australian Taxation Office (“the ATO”) published GST Ruling GSTR 2015/2 which sets out the Commissioner of Taxation’s views on the GST treatment of certain transactions arising in the context of development lease arrangements entered into between government agencies and private developers.