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    New Zealand tax reform in 2019

    Taxation reform is part of New Zealand’s Business Transformation program, so what’s changing in the tax landscape in 2019?...

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    Big changes for every Kiwi taxpayer in April

    From 26 April 2019, all NZ taxes and taxpayer data will be running in Inland Revenue’s START system...

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    Time for another go at tax reform in Australia

    As the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to push Australia’s net debt to A$677 billion by 2021, is tax reform an ambition too far?...

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    Get on the front foot with New Zealand IRD payday filing

    Mandatory payday filing hits NZ from April 2019, and chartered accountants can help clients cope with these payroll changes...

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    Single Touch Payroll concessions for closely held employees

    Single Touch Payroll is mandatory for Australian employers from 1 July, but there’s flexibility for closely held employees...

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    Supercharging CA practices

    For Amanda Gascoigne, a sea change crystallised her aim to pursue her passion for making accounting practices stronger and smarter...

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    Why the future is bright for accountants

    A new report from CA ANZ finds the future of financial advice is likely to involve a hybrid of machine and human contact...

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    Meeting face to FaceTime: Natalie Macdonald CA and Stephen Long CA

    Natalie Macdonald CA and mentor Stephen Long CA share an understanding of regional accounting, despite being 1000km apart...

  9. CA ANZ responds to release of discussion paper on the Tax Practitioners Board

    CA ANZ applauds the close examination of the independence of the Tax Practitioners Board following the recent release of the Discussion Paper on the review of the TPB...

  10. Small business tax avoiders costing Australians billions

    The ATO Small Business Tax Gap report released today highlights a $11.1 billion tax gap, almost two-thirds of this credited to black economy behaviour such as not declaring income, workers paid cash ‘...

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