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  1. 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...

  2. No CGT, so what’s next for New Zealand’s tax reform?

    The NZ government said no to a capital gains tax, but what tax changes do Kiwi CAs see as important?...

  3. Fairer dealings at the ATO, especially for small business

    ATO Second Commissioner Andrew Mills says reforms to the tax office’s dispute processes signal its commitment to fairness...

  4. What to do if you and the ATO don’t see eye to eye

    Fairer ATO dispute resolution procedures mean talking to the taxman should not come with a sense of dread...

  5. 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...

  6. Does the ATO have too much power?

    Bowing out after 10 years, Australia’s Inspector-General of Taxation Ali Noroozi worries about the power wielded by the ATO and highlights the importance of trust and independence...

  7. Michael Andrew tackles the cheats

    The former global head of KPMG is taking on the black economy, from organised crime to everyone who pays a tradie in cash...

  8. Supercharging CA practices

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

  9. Pension tension over retirement changes

    Ageing populations are weighing down the Australian and New Zealand economies, but voters don’t want to see changes to the retirement system, a new CA ANZ survey shows...

  10. Tax reform still a hard budget sell

    Results of the new CA ANZ Ipsos poll show there is lukewarm support for key Australian budget themes of lower company tax and cutting the deficit...

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