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  1. Budget 2020: Did Josh hit the mark?

    Budget 2020 was “all about jobs” and Treasurer Josh Frydenberg seems to have delivered on what businesses want...

  2. What middle-market businesses really need from Josh Frydenberg

    Privately owned mid-market businesses will drive Australia’s post-COVID recovery, but where’s their seat at the policy table?...

  3. That’s a big hole, Josh

    Josh Frydenberg’s economic update was a barrage of numbers but the 6 October Budget will have the useful details...

  4. Feel the burn of new anti-phoenixing laws

    Australia’s new anti-phoenixing laws introduce criminal penalties and A$200,000 fines for directors and dodgy advisers...

  5. What are the tax traps for receivers selling assets?

    Different tax obligations apply if a distressed asset is sold by a receiver or by a creditor as mortgagee-in-possession...

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  6. NZ election signals the pointy end of policy work

    We at CA ANZ are already thinking about this year’s NZ election, and wants to hear members’ views on key issues...

  7. Who should do the sums on campaign promises?

    Professional bodies don’t often call out politicians’ rubbery figures during elections, but an independent agency should...

  8. No need to panic about NZ government debt

    Debt is a means to an end, and softening the hard line on NZ’s government debt level is a sensible move...

  9. What’s the bright side to Brexit for Aussie and Kiwi businesses?

    Andrew Oury CA sees a post-Brexit UK trade deal as a boon for Aussie and NZ exporters and any staff keen on a London stint...

  10. Australian Federal Budget 2019-20: CA ANZ reacts

    The Coalition has unveiled Australia’s first budget surplus in a decade, and tax breaks to entice voters as an election looms...

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