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Accounting firm’s auditor given the boot by ASIC An NSW man has been disqualified as an SMSF auditor after ASIC found serious independence breaches in his work. ...
Carbon merges with WA accounting firm An accounting and bookkeeping network has announced its 11th M&A deal since 2014, as it looks to expand its presence in Western Austral...
Dob in dodgy competitors, ATO says pre-tax agent strike The ATO and the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) have spruiked their commitment to investigating complaints against dodgy tax practitioners, as...
Silver lining as wealthy clients struggle with super changes Accounting professionals will need to continue to be on their toes as they navigate the layers of complexity with the super reforms one year...
KPMG snags another marketing heavyweight KPMG has continued its aggressive line of hires for its entrepreneurial customer, brand and marketin...
Proposed R&D changes labelled complex, uncompetitive The government’s proposed changes to the R&D tax incentive have been widely panned, with one m...
ATO sets sights on 200,000 taxpayers with short-term rentals Close to 200,000 taxpayers who facilitate rental properties will be reviewed by the ATO as it looks ...
Insights
Single Touch Payroll: What businesses need to know Brad Loftus, RSM With Single Touch Payroll (STP) kicking off for businesses with 20 employees or more earlier this ...
Embrace change now or risk losing everything Lynda Steffens, Intuitive Practice With the start of the new financial year, the time has never been better for accountants to commence...
Navigating contracts with insolvent counterparties Carl Gunther & Gayle Dickerson, KPMG Australia has some of the toughest insolvent trading laws in the world in order to protect creditors...
Who the bloody hell are you? Andrew Van De Beek, Illumin8
Tax & Compliance
Dob in dodgy competitors, ATO says pre-tax agent strike The ATO and the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) have spruiked their commitment to investigat...
Proposed R&D changes labelled complex, uncompetitive The government’s proposed changes to the R&D tax incentive have been widely panned, ...
ATO sets sights on 200,000 taxpayers with short-term rentals Close to 200,000 taxpayers who facilitate rental properties will be reviewed by the ATO as...
M&A
Carbon merges with WA accounting firm An accounting and bookkeeping network has announced its 11th M&A deal since 2014, as ...
Xero acquires Hubdoc with ‘deeper integration’ in mind Xero has acquired Hubdoc in a deal that will initially cost the cloud accounting giant US...
PKF network to lose 10 per cent of partners Mid-tier accounting network, PKF Australia, will lose 10 per cent of their partners as one...
Professional Development
New standards tipped to downplay traditional educators The federal government’s education plans for financial advisers and licensed accountants...
1,000+ tax agents set for CPD audit Tax agents will soon have their continuing professional development (CPD) records reviewed...
Walker Wayland puts ‘time and money’ into live benchmarking Firms within the Walker Wayland network have adopted live benchmarking against each other ...