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  1. CASE: Court sets aside ATO garnishee notices

    Summary of judgment in Australian Federal Court case Fyna Projects Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation (2018) on the power of the ATO to issue garnishee notices to third parties...

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  2. Liberal Party Policies for the 2019 Federal Election

    A roundup of the policies mooted by the Liberal Party for the 2019 Australia Federal election...

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  3. acuity

    Ahead of the curve in an evolving market

    Franchise Accountants offers tax pooling to ease stress and keep cash in clients’ pockets. Brought to you by Tax Traders...

  4. ATO discussion paper: Issues concerning earnout arrangements

    CA ANZ comments on the ATO Discussion paper concerning earnout arrangements which shows there is still uncertainty over the tax treatment of these arrangements...

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  5. How the Royal Commission impacts tax advisers

    While Commissioner Hayne devotes almost no attention to tax issues, CAs specialising in tax have several reasons to be interested in the Final Report...

  6. Current trends in mergers and acquisitions

    Discover what two leading experts believe are current trends in mergers and acquisitions that you should be aware of...

  7. NZ Capital Gains Tax recommendations start of long process

    The Tax Working Group recognises substantive consultation will be required for its proposed Capital Gains Tax and Inland Revenue will need additional support...

  8. Australian Greens Party Policies for 2019 Federal Election

    The Australian Greens Party has published their tax policy platform on their website and in various media releases...

  9. Minister hints at win for NZ tax team

    At a recent CA ANZ event, the Minister of Revenue hinted that there might yet be a chance for a taxpayer advocate service, despite the Government’s initial decision not to proceed. CA ANZ strongly...

  10. Time’s up for cheques

    The Inland Revenue and ACC will no longer accept cheques from customers “who are able to use alternative payment options” from March 2020...

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