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Significant impact of CbC reporting obligations for multinational companies

21 Jun 2017

The Australian Government has continued its push for transparency on how Significant Global Entities (SGE) organise their operations and tax affairs.

New South Wales State Budget 2017-18

20 Jun 2017

NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has unveiled budget “that builds for the next generation” in his budget speech on 20 June 2017.

Increase to penalty rates for multinationals failing to lodge ATO documents on time

20 Jun 2017

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has substantially increased penalties that apply to Significant Global Entities failing to file tax documents on time or that make a false or misleading statement related to tax matters.

Queensland State Budget 2017-18

15 Jun 2017

The Queensland State Budget 2017-18 was handed down by Treasurer Hon Curtis Pitt MP on 13 June 2017 with a high-spending mandate focused on employment and infrastructure.

$320 million in new Commonwealth funding announced

07 Jun 2017

$320 million in new Commonwealth funding announced

Special alert: Grant Thornton World scam

30 May 2017

In recent months, Grant Thornton has been aware of a scam that has been using our name without consent, targeting people by posing under the name of ‘Grant Thornton World’ or ‘Thornton World’.

Victorian State Budget 2017-18

02 May 2017

The Victorian State Budget for 2017-18 was handed down on Tuesday 2 May 2017.

Time to take advantage of the payments regulation changes coming into effect

01 May 2017

The Reserve Bank of Australia’s changes to the cards and payments regulations set to come into effect on 01 July 2017 will come as welcome news for retailers.

A message from our Global Head of Real Estate and Construction

20 Apr 2017

The lead-up to the federal budget has put the issue of housing affordability squarely in the spotlight and it seems we also have a commitment from a number of our State Governments on addressing the problem.

New South Wales update

20 Apr 2017

Housing affordability and infrastructure spending is at the top of the priority list for new NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian.