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What accountants need as NSW re-opens
Accountants need legal clarity about employment and workplace issues, plus nationally technological consistent app and disaster assistance frameworks...
Australian Federal Budget 2021-22 - Overview
Breadth and depth of NZ Coronavirus response applauded
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) today applauded the breadth and depth of the Government’s $12.1 billion Coronavirus package to support businesses, workers, beneficiaries and...
Coronavirus business package also delivers on need for tax reform
The Government’s $12.1 billion Coronavirus business support package delivers on three tax changes long sought by businesses and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand CA ANZ)...
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...
Government’s digital business plan: “A good start to an economic marathon”
The digital transformation announcement from the Prime Minister yesterday signalled a strong push from the Government to build an economic infrastructure that supports the nation’s road to recovery...
Accountants welcome JobKeeper 2.0 but say more needs to be done
Many businesses across Australia, but particularly in Victoria, will breathe a collective sigh of relief at Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s quick pivot on COVID-19 JobKeeper arrangements to apply from 28...
Accountants respond to Jobkeeper 2.0 bill and turnover test
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) has welcomed the introduction of the Coronavirus Economic Response Package (Jobkeeper Payments) Amendment Bill 2020 into Federal Parliament...
Small business and sustainability to be at centre of recession recovery
Yesterday’s GDP figures revealed a jump in household savings, suggesting that many Australians are already bunkering down, reducing personal debt levels and saving for tough times ahead...
Submission on OECD Secretariat ‘unified approach’ proposal – Australian feedback
The Australian Tax Team, in conjunction with CPA Australia has provided feedback to the OECD Secretariat on the ‘Unified Approach’ proposal to pillar one issues arising from the taxation of digital...
Submission on charities business exemption
CA ANZ recently provided feedback on two draft QWBAs - PUB003359a and PUB003359b which set out the Commissioner’s views on when the charities business exemption must be used, and whether the charities...
Submission on payment times reporting
The Payment Times Reporting rules are needlessly complicated and will substantially increase compliance costs for reporting entities and administration costs of government. The draft rules require...
Submission on the expansion of the Reportable Tax Position Schedule to large private companies and corporate groups
Comments to the ATO on its proposal to expand the Reportable Tax Position Schedule to large private companies and corporate groups...
Ireland’s Apple Tax case – shining a light on OECD developments
While jurisdictions around the world are contemplating how to keep the revenue coffers in the black in light of COVID-19, Ireland recently celebrated a legal victory that meant they missed out on 13...
Cryptocurrency Cryptopia and Cash in the Mattress
Cryptocurrency is not currency as we know it. No physical notes or coins exist. For most cryptocurrencies, there is no central agency controlling supply and regulation. We use the term “...