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‘No need to buy payroll software’: ATO fronts STP confusion The Tax Office has confirmed that micro businesses will not be required to purchase payroll software to be compliant with the proposed single touch payroll  re...
Tax lawyer leaves his firm in new east coast venture A tax lawyer has been recruited by a mid-tier law firm as it looks to support its growing east coast client base. ...
17 companies wound up, $600k entitlements to be recovered ASIC has wound up 17 abandoned companies and appointed liquidators to allow employees to recover close to $600,000 in employee entitlements....
e-Invoicing moves forward with trans-Tasman consultation paper Treasury has released a discussion paper consulting on the e-Invoicing governance arrangements between the Australian and New Zealand govern...
AASB called to stick with current disclosure framework The Australian Accounting Standards Board has been urged to not “reinvent the wheel” and rely on...
SMSF auditor liable for losses following litigation case An auditor’s failure to detect irregularities in an SMSF over a number of years has led to the aud...
Contentious residency, CGT debate booted from Senate line-up The Senate has held off from debating the legislation proposing to deny foreign residents access to ...
Tax & Compliance
‘No need to buy payroll software’: ATO fronts STP confusion The Tax Office has confirmed that micro businesses will not be required to purchase payrol...
Vacant land tax reform legislation released The government has released a draft legislation that will limit deductions for expenses as...
AASB called to stick with current disclosure framework The Australian Accounting Standards Board has been urged to not “reinvent the wheel” a...
M&A
Carbon Group locks in 13th M&A since launch WA-based accounting and bookkeeping network, Carbon Group, has announced another merger on...
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...
Professional Development
Uni to shake-up courses for accountants as employer demands change An Australian university is currently developing a new set of credentials for the accounti...
Technical hiccup sees anxious wait for CA students Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand students have now received their term two ...
Over a quarter of tax agents fail CPE audit More than one in four tax practitioners have failed to comply with their continuing profes...