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Private Matters

Issue 20, October 2011


Welcome to the twentieth edition of Private Matters.

Deloitte Private likes to keep at the cutting edge of social media and new technology for business, so in this issue of Private Matters two of Deloitte’s digital executives introduce us to some new health sector and arts/entertainment applications and outline how Yammer has helped creativity and communications here at Deloitte.

The always perceptive Switzer Market Review provides some positive insight into the trauma of the global markets; David Pring tells us some of the better outcomes from the tax forum; while Mark Wilkinson gives careful advice on a new ATO ruling on structuring borrowing in an SMSF.

Deloitte Private has strong local knowledge as well as access to global networks to help us best advise and service Australian private business. We hope you find these exclusive articles useful to your business this year.

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Private Matters, Issue 20

The Switzer Market Review The Switzer Market Review
Global markets took a battering at the hands of Europe during September and early October. Read more.
What did emerge from the tax forum What did emerge from the tax forum
Some interesting issues did emerge for consideration, some soon and others later. Read more.
ATO's recent SMSF ruling - tread carefully ATO's recent SMSF ruling - tread carefully
Find out about the necessary taxation nuances to consider from a recent SMSF ruling. Read more.
Deloitte keeps Yammering away Deloitte keeps Yammering away
Social networking tool enhances productivity, creativity and communication for Deloitte management and staff. Read more.
New app means better health on the move New app means better health on the move
A new app means health consumers can get quality assured advice - anytime, anywhere. Read more.

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