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  1. Waikato Business Summit “most important ever”

    The 2021 Waikato Business Summit will be the most important ever for attendees...

  2. Australian Federal Budget 2021-22 - Legacy super policy boondoggles fixed

    Big changes to superannuation outlined in the 2021 Budget set out to tackle legacy issues that have been buried in the superannuation system for years...

  3. Australian Federal Budget 2021-22 - Banking on an economic comeback to address urgent social issues

    The pre-election 2021 Budget reframes the Government’s economic credentials, outlining a plan to invest rather than reform, says Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ)...

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  4. CA ANZ Checklist for small business impacted by floods

    The rain may have eased but many small businesses are facing periods of closure due to flood damage, clean ups as well as significant revenue loss...

  5. Don’t let tax burst the trans-Tasman bubble

    The lifting of trans-Tasman travel restrictions announced this week provides welcome relief for long-suffering businesses that depend on tourists as well as business travellers, says Michael Croker...

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  6. Chartered Accountants on NSW stamp duty reform: “It’s good to be bold, but let’s know the facts.”

    More transparency of the financial and distributional impact of stamp duty reform is needed to safeguard future generations...

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  7. “Stark choice” on FBT confronts businesses in wake of 39% tax rate

    The new 39 percent top personal tax rate coming into effect on 1 April will result in many Kiwi businesses paying more Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT) than they need to...

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  8. Shameful ASIC fee increase warrants immediate review

    ASIC hikes financial adviser licence fees despite adviser numbers nosediving. Industry calls on government to cancel or reduce increase and review ASIC funding model...

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  9. NZ tax bill injects uncertainty and costs into business sales

    Tax legislation which will add uncertainty and increased costs to sale negotiations of New Zealand businesses is expected to come into effect from 1 July 2021...

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  10. New levy not the answer to better quality aged care

    Introducing a new ‘Medicare-style’ levy is not the answer when there are better revenue options available, says Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) today in response to the Royal...

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