Issue 19, September 2011
Welcome to the nineteenth edition of Private Matters.
Google and Deloitte Access Economic have released a report that finds the internet contributes $50 billion to our economy, and Private Matters draws some conclusions for our clients.
From the ATO departments Mark Wilkinson provides comment on a draft tax ruling on superannuation pensions; Craig Holland and Hayley Charles summarise Private Ancillary Fund changes; and David Pring previews the upcoming Tax Forum in early October.
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 19
|The Switzer Market Review
Apply perspective to see reality. Will 2011 follow history and deliver a stressful September and onerous October? Read more.
|The tax summit that's now a forum
Tax forum has a solid list of discussion points, but what real reforms can we expect. Read more.
|The internet bigger than Iron ore for Australia
Online contribution bigger than iron ore says Deloitte Access Economics. Read more.
|Private ancillary fund changes
Deloitte Private present a timely overview of Private Ancillary Funds and some pertinent changes from the ATO. Read more.
|Draft tax ruling on super pensions
Suggested changes to super pensions causing some emotion. Read more.