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  • 1 January 2015: Change to VAT place of supply rules in EU
    In February 2008 the European Union (EU) Council of Finance Ministers adopted the so-called ‘VAT Package’ which involved major changes to the rules governing the place of supply for services.
  • Tax highlights
    In this edition we update on Exploration Development Incentive, thin capitalisation changes and latest news on Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.
  • Tax highlights
    We provide our synopsis of the latest legislative developments, cases, announcements, and ATO information and releases.
  • Global Powers of Consumer Products 2014
    The 7th annual Global Powers of Consumer Products identifies the world’s 250 largest consumer products companies, as well as industry trends and M&A activity.
  • Tax highlights
    We provide our synopsis of the latest legislative developments, cases, announcements, and ATO information and releases.
  • Tax highlights
    We provide our synopsis of the latest legislative developments, cases, announcements, and ATO information and releases.
  • Tax highlights
    We provide our synopsis of the latest legislative developments, cases, announcements, and ATO information and releases.
  • Tax highlights
    We summarise the webinar on transfer pricing and latest bills which got introduced into Parliament last week.
  • Tax highlights
    In this edition we touch upon employee share schemes and the meaning of "commercial parking station" for FBT purposes.
  • Tax highlights
    In this edition we touch upon 2014-15 Federal Budget, Tax Roadmap and Budget repair levy bills introduced into Parliament.
  • Tax highlights
    In this edition we touch upon reforms to thin capitalisation, G20 International Tax Symposium and 2014-15 State budget updates.
  • 2014-15 WA Budget Brief
    The new Western Australian Treasurer, Mike Nahan handed down a ‘no surprises’ budget on May 8, largely adopting previous government commitments on infrastructure spending and avoiding any hard decisions on revenue or expenditure.
  • Tax highlights
  • Tax highlights
    In this week we update on ATO releases guidance on transfer pricing laws and Managed funds – arrangements for an Asia Region Funds Passport.
  • Tax highlights
    In this week we update on ATO releases guidance on transfer pricing laws and Managed funds – arrangements for an Asia Region Funds Passport.
  • Tax highlights
    In this week we update on Corporations law amendments – ED legislation release updated, FATCA – Australia now treated as having an IGA ‘in effect’ and Free trade agreements – Japan and Korea
  • Tax highlights
    In this week we update on Commissioner wins appeal, Consultation hub – list of matters under consultation updated and FATCA announcement – implications for Australian financial institutions.
  • Tax highlights
    In this week we update on Board of Taxation discussion papers released, OECD discussion draft on tax challenges of the digital economy and Tax Determinations released on fringe benefits tax (FBT)
  • Tax highlights
    In this current edition, we discuss about OECD's base erosion and profit shifting project, annual review of ATO draft and an update on exposure draft released by Government on 'dividend washing'.
  • Tax highlights
    In this week we update on Draft Tax Determination (TD) released on interpretation of UK tax treaty in respect of dividend withholding rates, Policy design for the Exploration Development Incentive, and OECD – BEPS developments.
  • Son of Holdback & Luxury Car Tax (LCT)
    Deloitte has developed a number of questions being posed by our clients in the motor dealer sector, and our typical responses. Dealers are encouraged to obtain their own advice on the LCT consequences of the Son of Holdback decision.
  • December 2013 Model half-year report
    For entities with June year-ends, the December 2013 half-year reporting season will see application of new standards in major areas.
  • Fate of outstanding tax measures - Government announcement
    The Government has announced the outcome of the review concerning whether or not 64 unenacted tax and superannuation measures would proceed. The attached document sets out the key measures that will proceed and those that will not proceed.
  • The tax road ahead – Government announcement
    Deloitte comments on the Government’s new tax position superannuation, section 25-90, debt/equity integrity rule, Self-education expenses, R&D Tax incentive
  • Deloitte and Kaggle churn prediction
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