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  1. 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...

  2. Get ready for Tax Time 2018

    CAs need to be prepared for questions from clients about how the tax policies of major Australian political parties could affect their future tax status...

  3. Tighter SME capital gains tax rules may be ‘adverse’

    Proposed government changes to tighten capital gains tax concessions for small business could have unintended consequences for SMEs, farmers and others, according to a CA ANZ submission...

  4. New ATO scrutiny for corporates

    An Australian Taxation Office (ATO) submission to a Senate inquiry signals a focus on surging thin-cap manipulation and details other measures to reduce the corporate tax gap...

  5. Simplifying single touch payroll

    The new single touch payroll system comes into effect on 1 July this year. What do accountants need to know and tell their clients?...

  6. Corporate tax wins for ATO

    Corporate giants now accept that shifting millions in profits to havens such as Bermuda is “not right”, says ATO chief Chris Jordan...

  7. Tax agents still least happy with ATO service

    The ATO scores high on integrity but lower on service and technology in its latest survey, which shows little improvement in community perceptions...

  8. ATO's 2018 hit list targets smaller tax avoiders

    In an interview with Acuity, Australian Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan FCA spells out his new agenda for 2018, where he sets small business and big spenders in his sights...

  9. ATO powers up with data-matching tech

    More powerful data-matching tools from the ATO are catching out more tax avoiders. What can accountants do to comply?...

  10. The strangest excuses for not paying your tax on time

    Each year people fail to pay their tax on time. We asked the Australian Tax Office and New Zealand’s Inland Revenue for some of the strangest excuses they have received...

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