- Key learnings from recent GST court decisions
- APRA proposes revisions to reporting under ARS 210
- Government reviewing research and development tax incentives in construction
- High Court decision highlights the importance of a diligent review of land tax assessments
- New South Wales update
- Western Australia Update
- Queensland update
- South Australia update
- Victorian first home owner grant, duty and tax changes announced
- Government abolishing 457 Visas
- Fraud and corruption in the Victorian Public Sector
- PPSA - Ensuring our clients' assets' are protected and secured
- Recent Superannuation Changes
- It's FBT time again
- APRA revises residential mortgage requirements for responsible lending
- Home care services: What haven't you thought of?
- The ATO announces FTC rate increase, effective 1 February 2017
- A message from our Global Head of Real Estate and Construction
- Victorian State Budget 2017-18
- Time to take advantage of the payments regulation changes coming into effect
- Special alert: Grant Thornton World scam
- $320 million in new Commonwealth funding announced
- Queensland State Budget 2017-18
- Increase to penalty rates for multinationals failing to lodge ATO documents on time
- Diverted profits tax has increased the tax challenges for multinational companies
- New South Wales State Budget 2017-18
- Multinational anti-avoidance legislation
- Significant impact of CbC reporting obligations for multinational companies
- Do you have an Employee Share Scheme reporting obligation?
- GST changes to the Low Value Goods threshold
- South Australia State Budget 2017-18
- Do your employees travel a lot, live away from home or have they relocated?
- GST and digital currency update
- Tax reduction opportunities for small business
- Change in fuel tax credits from 1 July 2017
- 2017 amendments to the PPS Lease Law
The ATO has announced a change in the fuel tax credits (“FTC”) rate from 1 July 2017.
2017 amendments to the PPS Lease Law
An article in the 4 July 2017 edition of The Australian has caused a bit of a stir by suggesting a broader range of corporate entities than was previously thought would be eligible for small business tax cuts.
On Thursday 29 June 2017, the Australian Government released draft legislation on removing the double taxation of digital currency, aligning the GST treatment of digital currency with money.
Have you ever struggled with determining the correct tax treatment of different travel costs for your employees? Were the employees travelling on business, living away from home, or perhaps they relocated?
With a strong focus on “putting South Australians first” and building on the foundations of the previous budget, Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis MP delivered South Australia’s 2017-18 State budget on 22 June 2017.
From 1 July 2018, GST will be extended to low value goods imported by Australian consumers.
Has your company (or parent company) provided free or discounted shares or rights to receive shares to employees, directors or individual consultants (Employees), or their nominees, during the 2017 income year?
Australia has continued its aggressive, unilateral approach to tackling Base Erosion and Profit Shifting, with the Diverted Profits Tax (DPT) introduced to combat multinational companies shifting profits out of Australia.
The Tax Law Amendment (Combating multinational Tax Avoidance) Bill 2015 (“MAAL”) casts the spotlight onto corporate activity that encourages the reduction of tax liabilities in Australia.