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Jotham Lian

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Jotham Lian is the editor of Accountants Daily, the leading source of breaking news, analysis and insight for Australian accounting professionals.

Before joining the team in 2017, Jotham wrote for a range of national mastheads including the Sydney Morning Herald, and Channel NewsAsia.

You can email Jotham at: [email protected] 

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ATO coy on work-from-home deduction shortcut

The ATO says it will make a decision soon on a possible extension of the home office expenses shortcut method as large s...READ MORE
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‘The uncertainty is too great’: Governments pushed on reopening de...

CPA Australia chief executive Andrew Hunter has urged state and territory governments to come clean with their reopening...READ MORE
ATO announces STP Phase 2 blanket deferral

ATO announces STP Phase 2 blanket deferral

Australian employers will now have two more months to transition to the second phase of Single Touch Payroll as the ATO ...READ MORE
ATO sets out recommended approach to legal privilege claims

ATO sets out recommended approach to legal privilege claims

The ATO’s recommended approach to making legal professional privilege claims has now been published, providing tax ad...READ MORE
Regional NSW set for pilot vaccine passport trial

Regional NSW set for pilot vaccine passport trial

Selected businesses in regional NSW are set to picked for a pilot trial of the new vaccine passport as the government wo...READ MORE
Gavan Ord

Business closures ‘inevitable’ as defaults rise

Accountants have been urged to broach the “taboo” subject of business closures with their clients as extended lockdo...READ MORE
New casual employment laws to kick in with $66k penalties

New casual employment laws to kick in with $66k penalties

Australian businesses with long-term casual staff could soon face fines in excess of $66,000 if they fail to offer them ...READ MORE
Treasury

Treasury consults on increase to charities financial reporting thresho...

The revenue thresholds defining small, medium and large charities are set to be raised, saving over 5,000 charities the ...READ MORE
Perth

Rogue agent sees over 2,000 taxpayers impacted

Over 2,000 taxpayers in Western Australia who used an unregistered preparer to lodge their tax returns could now be requ...READ MORE
Accountants urged NSW to defer JobSaver rule change

Accountants urged NSW to defer JobSaver rule change

The NSW government’s decision to force businesses to retest their eligibility for the JobSaver and Micro-Business Gran...READ MORE
ATO

ATO eyes foreign income disguised as gifts, loans

The ATO will ramp up reviews and audits of Australian-resident taxpayers who attempt to conceal foreign source income as...READ MORE

‘Incredulous’: Service NSW confirms JobSaver fortnightly retest

Accountants and bookkeepers will be forced to reconfirm their clients’ eligibility for JobSaver and the Micro-Business...READ MORE
ATO tightens the net on gig economy

OnlyFans, Twitch, Patreon: ATO tightens the net on gig economy

Australians with side hustles, including those on online platforms OnlyFans, Patreon or Twitch, are being warned by the ...READ MORE

CA ANZ ‘monitoring’ KPMG cheating fallout

KPMG Australia partners and staff implicated in its internal cheating saga could soon hear from Chartered Accountants Au...READ MORE

ATO unfairly shut out late JobKeeper enrolments, says IGTO

The ATO failed to be “fair and reasonable” when considering late enrolments for the JobKeeper program, causing eligi...READ MORE

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