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  • State of Queensland Agriculture
    The recently released State of Queensland agriculture report set the baseline against which the Queensland Government’s ambitious strategy to double agricultural production by 2040 will be measured.
  • 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.
  • Maximising shareholder value
    Companies and shareholders should start considering the potential impacts of tax rate reduction and paid parental leave (PPL).
  • A trillion dollar issue
    The impact of financial crime on an organisation’s brand, reputation and revenue is significant.
  • 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.
  • Product Innovation in a hyper connected world: The Australian Maker Movement
    Australia finds itself at a disadvantage for labour- intensive, low-skilled manufacturing however, technologically voracious and interconnected Australians have collectively built a digital foundation for the vibrant maker movement.
  • Tax highlights
    In this edition we touch upon employee share schemes and the meaning of "commercial parking station" for FBT purposes.
  • Review of the roles and functions of native title organisations
    Native title is an important instrument in terms of closing the gap on Indigenous advantage. However, if the instrument is not functioning well, it has the potential to detract from the achievement of broader Indigenous policy objectives.
  • Tax highlights
    In this edition we touch upon 2014-15 Federal Budget, Tax Roadmap and Budget repair levy bills introduced into Parliament.
  • Thin capitalisation and section 23AJ exposure draft
    The Government released exposure draft (ED) legislation relating to the thin capitalisation regime in Division 820 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (ITAA 1997).
  • Tax highlights
    In this edition we touch upon reforms to thin capitalisation, G20 International Tax Symposium and 2014-15 State budget updates.
  • Cases
    Read about the latest tax cases.
  • A New Penalty Regime for SMSF Trustees
    The new administrative directions and penalties for contraventions relating to self-managed superannuation funds will become effective from 1 July 2014 and applies to contraventions on or after that date.
  • Division 293 Tax – contribution surcharge on very high income earners
    Division 293 tax notices are starting to be issued by the Tax Office. We discuss the concept of Division 293 tax and its application from 1 July 2012.
  • ATO Releases – Rulings/Determinations
    Read about the latest rulings and determinations by the ATO.
  • SuperStream: Super Contribution Data & Payment Standards – A Guide to Employer Requirements
    From 1 July 2014, the SuperStream Data and Payment Standards become mandatory for large and medium employers (with 20 or more employees as at 1 July 2014).
  • Legislation
    On 24 March 2014, the Government released ED legislation and explanatory material concerning proposed amendments to prevent “dividend washing”.
  • 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.
  • Operational intelligence
    Insightful use of information focuses on operational intelligence as one of the key levers for uplifting operational efficiency.
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