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Registered agents impersonated in tax scam The ATO has warned of increasing reports of a new tax scam involving fraudsters impersonating registered tax agents. ...
New payments platform set to shake-up invoicing, payroll The roll out of the New Payments Platform earlier this year is “just the start” of Australia’s payment future, with accountants and bo...
Cash crackdown justified, but give biz a break, says IPA The government’s crackdown on the black economy is necessary in maintaining the integrity of the tax system but an amnesty should be affor...
Accountant to face trial over ‘false, misleading’ invoices A Melbourne accountant has been committed to stand trial after being charged with two counts of authorising false or misleading invoices und...
TPRS could extend to all ABN holders, mid-tier predicts With the taxable payments reporting system now legislated to cover the cleaning and courier industri...
MYOB bullish on ‘extraordinarily generous’ desktop phase-out MYOB chief executive Tim Reed has brushed off suggestions that the software firm’s phase-out of su...
Super shake-up for women gets mixed reaction Labor’s plans to boost superannuation guarantee payments for women, as well as scrap an eligibilit...
Tax & Compliance
Cash crackdown justified, but give biz a break, says IPA The government’s crackdown on the black economy is necessary in maintaining the integrit...
ATO dodges ‘flak’ with penalties approach to STP The tax office has offered assurances that it will take a facilitative approach in the ini...
R&D tax incentive changes snuck into omnibus bill The government’s proposed R&D tax incentive changes have been released under the gui...
M&A
New Deloitte acquisition marks focus on automation for tax Deloitte has announced the acquisition of a tax software specialist as it looks to prepar...
Mid-tier moves in on South Australia region A mid-tier network has completed the acquisition of an accounting firm and rebranded two e...
Ex-PKF firm locks in new home After defecting from the PKF network in July, a Perth-based accounting firm has joined a n...
Professional Development
60% of CAs to ditch advice if new education changes pass A survey of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand membership revealed 60 per...
Associations’ CPD value under question, new poll shows Close to half of accounting professionals in a recent poll believe their professional body...
Accounting education tipped to face ‘enormous mismatch’ Australia’s accounting education standard could be facing “enormous mismatch” if maj...