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  • Cybercrime is not just a tech problem
    Cybercrime is increasing in frequency, size and sophistication so technological defences alone are no longer sufficient.
  • 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'.
  • Fraud and corruption health check – why you need it and what should it look like
    The risks and realities of fraud and corruption are widely recognised as a significant issue for organisations, regardless of industry or geography.
  • Commercial contracting – risks and red flags
    In this article, we look at key trends in commercial contracting and highlight some of the red flags and key commercial terms which should be considered to mitigate contract risk and assist parties to realise the intended value embedded in contracts.
  • Protecting the knowledge economy
    While the value of intellectual property (IP) can be difficult to quantify, protecting inventions, designs, images, symbols and logos, as well as systems, processes, business plans, and customer lists developed by individuals or businesses is critical.
  • 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.
  • Tax highlights
    In this week we update on Employee remuneration trust arrangements – draft taxation ruling (TR) released, Comments received on discussion draft on transfer pricing documentation and country-by-country reporting and NSW payroll tax rebate announced.
  • 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.
  • Mining Indaba Special Edition
    In this special edition, we look at the performance of Western Australian listed companies with operations in Africa over the past 12 months.
  • NFC is failing but drugs may save payments
    Near Field Communication (NFC) was hyped to be the vehicle by which we would abandon our leather wallets but it hasn’t happened yet.
  • 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.
  • Tax highlights
    In this edition we highlight the release of TD 2013/D9, decision of Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, and an update on G20 Australia 2014.
  • Cases
    Read about the latest tax cases.
  • ATO Releases – Rulings/Determinations
    Read about the latest rulings and determinations by the ATO.
  • Your annual Trust check-up
    We discuss all things related to trusts: to assist you in complying in 2013 and changes to trust rules on the horizon.
  • Mission possible: how you can claim CGT concessions on your next “rental” property sale
    Did you know you may be able to sell “rental” real estate tax free by accessing concessions designed for business sales?
  • Tax highlights
    The latest highlights emphasizes on Carbon Tax and MRRT bills update, GST on low value imports, and tax challenges of digital economy.
  • Tax highlights
    This edition talks about unlegislated tax submissions and superannuation measures, DIS issued on MBI properties case, and an update on right to private ruling to future income abrogated by amending legislation.
  • Tax highlights
    This edition emphasises on Introduction of Carbon tax and minerals resource rent tax (MRRT) repeal bills, Research and development (R&D) bill to deny large business access and the issue of Interim Decision Impact Statement (DIS) on AP Group Ltd case.
  • Tax highlights
    This edition emphasises on Government’s position regarding announced but unlegislated measures, an update Macquarie Bank's appeal, Government proceeding with restrictions on refunds of overpaid GS and Opening of Parliament this week.
  • Tax highlights
    This edition emphasises on IGT Annual report 2012-2013, ATO Annual report 2012-2013 and an update Macquarie Bank's appeal.
  • Tax highlights
    This edition emphasises on Draft legislation to repeal (MRRT) and update on the term 'Money' in the provision of tax law.
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