- The ATO continues to focus on their use of data to risk profile multinational taxpayers
- New Division 7A rules proposed
- Increasing risks of foreign bribery, is your business ready?
- Foreign purchaser stamp duty surcharge on residential property
- Grant Thornton advises on the successful sale of AudioXtra to AUTOBACS SEVEN
- Is your business leveraging government support?
- South Australia State Budget 2018-19
- Is your business ready for Modern Slavery legislation?
- Hybrid Mismatch rules passed by Parliament
- Change in fuel tax credits from 1 August 2018
- Has your trust acquired residential property since 9 May 2017?
- Do you have Employee Share Scheme reporting obligations?
- Assessing risk when implementing profit sharing arrangements
- What Hybrid Mismatch rules mean for Australian tax payers
- Whistleblower Reforms - What do they mean and are you ready?
- Funding junior mining projects in Australia
- New South Wales State Budget 2018-19
- Queensland State Budget 2018-19
- Three steps to prepare for global reporting obligations
- Victorian State Budget 2018-19
- Fraud in focus: ACFE findings – businesses affected, common causes and key learnings
- Refundable tax offsets for greenfield explorers
- Proposed cut to franking refunds will hurt Australian equity investors
- APRA to introduce new prudential standard focusing on cyber threats
- Are you ready to transition to retirement?
- Stricter new conditions for the Capital Gains Tax concessions on Selling a Small Business Entity (SBE)
- New GST rules – Purchaser GST withholding on sales of new residential premises
- Assessing the risk: allocation of profits within professional firms
- Are you considering selling your home?
- Junior Minerals Exploration Incentive Bill introduced to Parliament
- Grant Thornton advises on the successful sale of Kinetic
With the ATO continuing to focus on their use of data to risk profile multinational taxpayers, changes will impact lodgements before the 15th of January.
Division 7A turned 21 this month. These rules, that govern so-called non-commercial loans and payments between private companies and their shareholders and associates, have long been unwieldy and difficult to comply with.
This is our third client alert in a series on proposed law reforms, the previous regarding Whistleblowing and Modern Slavery.
WA is the latest State to levy a surcharge on direct and indirect acquisitions of residential property by foreign purchasers.
Grant Thornton is pleased to congratulate the shareholders of AudioXtra Pty Ltd (AudioXtra), a leading specialist mobile and car electronics manufacturer, wholesaler and distributor, on their sale to the Japanese listed automotive wholesaler and retailer, AUTOBACS SEVEN Co. Ltd. (AB7).
If you are planning to invest in your business there may be a role for government co-funding support to achieve bigger, better of faster outcomes.
The new South Australian government handed down its first State budget on 4 September 2018.
Modern Slavery, in its simplest terms, refers to exploitation of a person for the gain of another person/group and often leaves the person feeling trapped in unethical conditions.
On 16 August 2018, the Federal Parliament passed new legislation on Hybrid Mismatch arrangements, targeting Australian entities operating within a multinational group, with hybrid instruments in place, or plans to restructure such arrangement.
The ATO has announced a change in the fuel tax credits (“FTC”) rate from 1 August 2018. This FTC rate change is reflective of the bi-annual indexation of rates which are made in line with the consumer price index (“CPI”).