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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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Professor John Pollaers

AFCA reveals new chair

Professor John Pollaers has been confirmed as the new chair of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority. READ MORE
Mazars hire and promotions

Mazars makes big 4 hire, 2 senior promotions

A former big four director has now joined Mazars as a partner in its audit and financial advisory division, as the firm ...READ MORE
ATO offers lodgement deadline support

ATO offers lodgement deadline support

The ATO has launched a new concierge service to help tax practitioners with their lodgement program as it resists calls ...READ MORE
Tanya Titman and Ian Kellock

Government appoints 2 new Board of Taxation members

A mid-tier partner and a partner at a global law firm have now been appointed to the Board of Taxation following the dep...READ MORE

Independent watchdog to scrutinise ASIC, APRA

Financial regulators ASIC and APRA will now be subject to oversight from an independent authority after it was found tha...READ MORE
Labor vows to criminalise wage theft

Labor vows to criminalise wage theft

Labor Leader Anthony Albanese has promised to criminalise wage theft, just months after the Morrison government dumped i...READ MORE

Board of Tax probes ATO, AusIndustry administration of R&D tax incenti...

The delivery of the research and development tax incentive is set to undergo scrutiny by the Board of Taxation as the go...READ MORE

Full expensing, loss carry-back extended to 2023

The government will extend the temporary full expensing and loss carry-back measures for a further 12 months as it attem...READ MORE

‘A temporary stimulus measure’: $1,080 tax offset extended

Up to 10.2 million workers will continue to benefit from a $1,080 tax offset for a further year as the government locks ...READ MORE

Tax residency rules set for overhaul to attract talent

Individual tax residency rules and the tax treatment of employee share schemes are set for an overhaul as the government...READ MORE

Superannuation boost for 300k workers as government scraps minimum SG ...

Businesses employing casual and part-time employees will now have to pay for their superannuation as the government axes...READ MORE

ATO handed mandate to police not-for-profits

Not-for-profit entities will soon have to disclose why they should be exempt from income tax as the government turns to ...READ MORE

Facebook browsing leads to taxpayer’s work-related deduction downfal...

Close scrutiny of a Tasmanian man’s internet browsing history has led to him being denied his work-related expense cla...READ MORE
FBT dying tax

FBT is a ‘dying tax’, says mid-tier

A mid-tier firm has called for fringe benefits tax to be scrapped, starting in regional Australia, arguing that the inef...READ MORE
ATO debt recovery action can now be paused by the AAT

ATO debt recovery action can now be paused by the AAT: Josh Frydenberg

Small businesses will now be able to pause ATO debt recovery action through the Administrative Appeals Tribunal as part ...READ MORE


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