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  1. Whistle while you work

    A look at the status quo of whistleblowing within Australia and New Zealand...

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  2. Use it, don’t abuse it. Small businesses and the $20,000 instant asset write-off

    Small business was the big winner in this year’s Federal Budget, with the Government announcing the extension by 12 months of the 100% tax write-off for most types of business equipment costing less...

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  3. The Regulator of 2030

    Latest future[inc] paper on regulating our digital future...

  4. TBA reporting and Actuarial certificate issues explained

    Based on our conversations with Accountants it would seem there is confusion about some aspects of the new super measures...

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  5. Reporting of pensions for Transfer Balance Cap purposes

    As most will know, in general terms, investor’s will no longer be permitted to have pensions of more than $1.6 million in retirement phase pensions from 1 July 2017...

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  6. Its almost Tax Time 2017

    For CAs in Public Practice who provide individual tax return preparation services...

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  7. 2017 Budget good balance of spend and save

    The 2017 Budget contains broad voter appeal ahead of upcoming election. For many, the main appeal will lie in the announcement of tax reductions for almost all, but at a higher level Finance Minister...

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  8. Tax cuts for nearly everyone

    It’s no surprise that Finance Minister Steven Joyce has included in his first Budget a $2 billion a year ‘Family Incomes Package’ that includes tax reductions...

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  9. Income recognition by not-for-profits

    Summary of key changes in a new package of Australian standards for NFPs to recognise income...

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  10. Are foreign investors still welcome in Australia’s residential property market?

    The 2017-18 Commonwealth Budget contains a number of new measures targeting non-resident residential real estate investors, but will it be enough to reduce pressure on housing affordability...

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