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  1. Joint accounting bodies welcome Australia-UK trade agreement

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (Chartered Accountants ANZ), CPA Australia and the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) welcome the in-principle announcement of the Australia-United...

    22/06/2021

  2. Submission on OECD Secretariatunified approachproposalAustralian feedback

    The Australian Tax Team, in conjunction with CPA Australia has provided feedback to the OECD Secretariat on theUnified Approachproposal to pillar one issues arising from the taxation of digital...

    11/11/2019

  3. Submission on OECD Pillar Two GloBE rules for New Zealand

    CA ANZ's feedback on OECD Pillar Two: GlobBE rules for New Zealand...

    15/07/2022

  4. Submission to the Inquiry into the current and future nature impact and risks of cryptocurrencies

    CA ANZs feedback to Government of current cryptocurrency taxation in New Zealand...

    03/09/2021

  5. Taxing Digital, a distraction from something far bigger?

    While work on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting started by tackling multinationals utilising tax havens and other measures, the international focus has now shifted to digital services companies...

    05/03/2019

  6. Challenges in year two of BEPS reporting

    Complying with base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) reporting isnt simple, but there are ways to make it easier...

    24/01/2019

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