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Tax rules for multinationals pass parliament The parliament passed new legislation to give force to an international convention which purports to lessen multinational tax avoidance. ...
New law set to target liquidators, up ATO refund powers The federal government has proposed corporation and tax law reforms plus increased powers for the ATO and ASIC, in line with its push to tar...
CBA defied regulator on super requests, royal commission hears The Commonwealth Bank defied a request from APRA to accelerate the transfer of 60,000 members to MySuper in order to placate the bank’s a...
Fight to restore accountants' exemption heats up As fractures continue to appear in the limited licensing regime for accountants, the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) is now surveying ...
High Court ruling offers relief over franking arrangement The High Court’s recent ruling overturning a decision by the Full Federal Court and the Supreme Co...
Accountants hang on despite ratings crash for finance sector The ethical image of accountants and tax agents have continued to hold firm despite a dramatic drop ...
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 i...
Insights
Preparing for the hybrid mismatch rules Ronen Vexler, John Ratna & Rohit Raghavan, PwC The proposed new hybrid mismatch tax rules can apply in a broad range of scenarios and, when releva...
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
Who the bloody hell are you? Andrew Van De Beek, Illumin8
Tax & Compliance
Tax rules for multinationals pass parliament The parliament passed new legislation to give force to an international convention which p...
New law set to target liquidators, up ATO refund powers The federal government has proposed corporation and tax law reforms plus increased powers ...
CBA defied regulator on super requests, royal commission hears The Commonwealth Bank defied a request from APRA to accelerate the transfer of 60,000 mem...
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
Accountants hang on despite ratings crash for finance sector The ethical image of accountants and tax agents have continued to hold firm despite a dram...
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...