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  • 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
  • Reform of the aged care sector
    The Living Longer Living Better legislation which recently passed the Senate, is good legislative change for a critical growth sector long term, but it will no doubt disrupt in the short to medium term.
  • Deloitte response to the change in Federal Government
    This document summarises the key Coalition tax policy announcements, and our tax action plan for the new Government.
  • Tax highlights
    In this edition the highlights discussion of draft tax ruling (TR) on the meaning of “exploration” for Petroleum Resource Rent Tax purposes and First promoter penalties case – Commissioner’s appeal allowed.
  • Tax highlights
    In this edition the Pre-election Economic and Fiscal Outlook report is released and in receipt of “money” due to a non-resident Federal Court ruling.
  • Mining services update
    You could understandably hold the view that coal mining is a sector to avoid or exit but the coal sector is in transition, moving from a growth phase to one of consolidation and improving returns.
  • Tax highlights
    In this edition the highlights emphasize on China to sign Multilateral Tax Convention and the Approved worker entitlement fund.
  • Tax highlights
    In this edition the highlights emphasize on constitutionalising MRRT, Western Australia 2013-14 Budget, and Pre-election Economic and Fiscal outlook.
  • Tax highlights
    This week’s tax highlight features details of August 2013 Economic Statement, ESS update and latest release of IMR.
  • Transfer Pricing Law Reforms
    Back in May, the Government commissioned the Board of Taxation (BoT) to investigate the impacts of Australia’s adopting the authorised OECD approach (AOA) to the attribution of profits to permanent establishments (PEs).
  • Tax highlights
    This week’s Tax highlights feature base erosion and profit shifting, an update on exposure draft and ket federal tax measures.
  • Deloitte response to Australia’s transfer pricing landscape
    Australia’s transfer pricing landscape has changed dramatically. We've analysed the reforms, documented what the changes mean and how business could respond. For more information download our recent paper.
  • Tax highlights
    This week’s Tax highlights mention about transitions to ETS, car fringe benefit update and 15 specific erosion profit shifting action plan.
  • Tax highlights
    This week’s Tax highlights touches upon treasurers announcement on ETS, ATO's release of international dealings schedule and private company loans taxation determination.
  • Board of Taxation: Review of the Legal Framework for the Administration of the GST
    In December 2008, the Board of Taxation made 46 recommendations to the Federal Government following its review of the Legal Framework for the Administration of the GST.
  • Tax highlights
    This week’s Tax highlights emphasises on Progress of current Bills, customs related developments and meal allowances.
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