Issue 15, May 2011
Welcome to the fifteenth edition of Private Matters.
While the 2011 Federal Budget has dominated economic news in May, our taxation and superannuation experts are certainly not in accord with all its thrust in their specialist areas. We take a look at their budget responses while Peter Switzer adds his insights into a post Bin laden world economy.
Deloitte's General Counsel has some very valuable tips on Social Media policy; and for everyone interested in simplifying superannuation administration should read about Deloitte Private's latest solution.
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 15
|Peter Switzer's post Bin Laden Market Review
The death of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden represents a dramatic start to May and an event whose consequences markets will closely monitor. Read more
|Social media policy that empowers and entrusts
It's no secret that Deloitte in Australia displays an unabashed enthusiasm for social media: conversations with Deloitte staff are often peppered with references to a Yammer group or a Twitter feed. Read more
|Not so super 2011 Federal Budget
The Federal tax summit in October can't come soon enough for businesses who want reform of the taxation system. Read more
|IT review and roadmap
Most Australian organisations, large or small, devote significant (and well-justified) effort to reducing expenses as a matter of course. Read more
|Business waits for tax reform
It's fair to say that Deloitte Private Superannuation partner John Randall is none-too-impressed with the 2011 Federal Budget. Read more
|The simple solution for SMSF
Deloitte Private has recently developed and implemented a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) solution that employs 'real time' processing and other features to greatly simplify the SMSF administration process. Read more