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Women and retirement savings: the need for more data
The Australian Taxation Office should produce reports that detail superannuation savings for single people and couples to help address the gender gap...
E-invoicing: lessons and insights from the ATO and MBIE
The ATO and the MBIE came together in a Trans-Tasman presentation to raise awareness of the benefits of e-invoicing...
Watch out for organised crime
CAs can find themselves unwittingly involved with organised crime, but there are ways to spot the warning signs...
Australian Federal Budget 2021-22 - Banking on growth to tackle social issues
The Budget reframes the economic credentials of the Coalition government which is banking on economic growth to gradually restore depleted coffers whilst simultaneously boosting spending to address a...
ATO large private group’s tax gap: we need to do more on company tax
The large private group tax gap released today by the ATO highlights the important contribution this segment of the taxpayer population makes, says Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA...
Coronavirus has infected the Australian economy and the stimulus package could be the prescription
The Australian Government’s $17.6 billion dollar economic stimulus package presents a unique chance for small-medium sized businesses to take the economic fight to coronavirus...
Tax return and payment deadlines deferred by ATO
The tax return and tax payment deferral arrangements announced by the ATO today will be a welcomed relief for hard pressed Australians, businesses and tax agents...
Chartered Accountants ANZ set record straight after Opposition Leader's ABC interview
Michael Croker from Chartered Accountants ANZ set record straight after Opposition Leader's ABC interview...
ATO guidance on JobKeeper integrity rules helps set practical ground rules
The ATO’s Practical Compliance Guidelines PCG 2020/4 deals with arrangements which could be considered ‘schemes’ designed to exploit JobKeeper...
Chartered Accountants: ATO should re-draft discretionary trust guidelines
CA ANZ has lodged a lengthy submission on the ATO’s draft guidance on s100A of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 dealing with reimbursement agreement...
"Talk to my accountant": How to avoid becoming a victim of tax fraud
Accountants are warning Australians to be on alert for tax scams as they work through their end of year tax returns this month. The ACCC reported Australians lost $851 million to scammers capitalising...
ATO casts the NALI net too wide says joint bodies
ATO casts the NALI net too wide says joint bodies...
New tax report provides glimpse into Australia’s rising tax debt
The Inspector General of Taxation (IGOT) report released today provides much-needed granular insights into Australia’s tax debt with tax debt levels expected to rise even further due to the...
Your PAYG instalment notice may need a COVID-19 reality check from your chartered accountant
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) is urging PAYG instalment taxpayers to COVID-19 check their September 2020 PAYG instalment notice from the ATO by talking to their local...
Stopping the ‘fake IDs’ of business: New risk assurance approach needed for ABNs
Those who declare they are in business should act like a business from day one, says CA ANZ Australian Tax Leader Michael Croker in response to the Treasury consultation paper released today...