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  1. That was then. What’s next?

    Increased government spending and stimulus packages did a fine job of cushioning the COVID-19 blow to the economy. Fiscal policy had a good pandemic!...

  2. Happy days are here again. Mostly

    It won’t all be plain sailing, but the spending data points to a couple of good years for economies on both sides of the Tasman...

  3. Could flexible tax payments for Aussie SMEs be on the horizon?

    A small policy change could give businesses flexibility around when they pay their tax. Brought to you by Tax Traders...

  4. Have you been caught by a secret audit?

    If you or your clients are targeted in an ATO covert audit, who can you call? Meet Australia’s tax ombudsman...

  5. 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...

  6. 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?...

  7. 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...

  8. 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...

  9. 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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  10. 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...

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