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  1. New Deputy PM to revive regions

    Former media man and Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has a primary goal – to grow Australia’s regions with the help of big-ticket train transport...

  2. Technology builds transparency

    The ATO will soon require Australian multi-national corporations to supply fact-based evidence to justify their tax positions...

  3. Bitcoins to become a US$400 billion global enterprise

    Despite the lack of regulation, price volatility and negative media coverage, bitcoin is attracting big backers...

  4. Tax detox with Inland Revenue's Naomi Ferguson

    The woman leading New Zealand's Inland Revenue, Naomi Ferguson, outlines why modernisation was needed and how it will make life easier for taxpayers...

  5. The tax office has cryptocurrencies in its sights

    An early 2022 survey by Roy Morgan found that over one million Australians own at least one type of cryptocurrency, redefining crypto’s place within investment portfolios...

  6. Budget 2017 wrap

    A detailed look at the key components of Treasurer Scott Morrison’s 2017 Budget, handed down on 9 May, 2017...

  7. 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...

  8. Is taxation ethical and fair?

    When is it ethical to levy a tax and what are the ethics of seeking to minimise, let alone trying to avoid, your tax obligations?...

  9. Australian Budget 2017-18 wish list

    Eight key things Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison needs to address when he hands down Budget 2017-18...

  10. 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...

  11. Does the ATO’s digitalisation mean the death of compliance?

    Many experts say the ATO’s move to a digital platform will mean accountant’s compliance work will dry up. But is that true?...

  12. 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...

  13. 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...

  14. Chris Jordan’s Tax Office: The Big End of Town and beyond

    Chris Jordan’s Tax Office: The Big End of Town and beyond...

  15. Supercharging CA practices

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

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