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OECD/G20 reach agreement on solution to address tax challenges of the digital economy
The OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework have agreed on a two-pillar solution to address the tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the economy. This programme of work will ensure that large...
Bitcoin bonanza – or tax-time headache?
Investing in cryptocurrencies, even by SMSFs, is now more common, with up to half a million taxpayers actively in the market last year. But tax authorities are warning they will track down crypto...
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?...
Five things: Cryptocurrency
British comedian John Oliver once quipped about cryptocurrency: “It’s everything you don’t understand about money combined with everything you don’t understand about computers.”...
Much like ﬂexible working, ﬂexible tax payments are gaining traction
NZ companies that adopted smart tax tools because of COVID-19 have kept using them after lockdowns. Brought to you by Tax Traders...
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?...
Get up to speed on cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrencies were hyped as the next big thing a decade ago. That bubble burst, but cryptocurrencies aren’t going away...
Why accountants need insurance
As data-matching grows more powerful every year, the right insurance can safeguard professionals against the increased risk of audits and stronger government scrutiny of clients...
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...
How tax pooling is changing the way accountants manage tax
Smart tech brings clients more cash-flow control by letting them pay tax when it suits best. Brought to you by Tax Traders...
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...
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 ‘...
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...
Making it easier for small businesses to find funding
The ASBFEO acknowledges the important role Chartered Accountants have in guiding successful small businesses during the launch of their Business Funding Guide...
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...