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...
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Australia has no death tax, but bequeathing your superannuation to adult children could land them with a big tax bill...
The NZ Tax Team identify aspects of the 10 year bright-line test and interest deductibility changes that require further consideration...
The revised criteria for when a home is your main home for the purposes of the bright-line test and the change of use rule may result in compliance costs and a large tax bill...
Significant changes to property taxation will soon be open for consultation, and the NZ Tax Team wants to hear from members...
There are further changes and enhancements to Inland Revenue’s START system from April 2020. Many Inland Revenue functions will be offline between 9 and 16 April 2020 and members should be aware that...
If you haven’t already registered for our NZ Tax Roadshow, our Tax Team will be coming to a town near you in April and May 2019. There are so many changes and proposals in the tax world this year...
The New Zealand Government has announced its updated tax policy work programme for 2019-20, which the Minister of Revenue says, “reflects the need to encourage productive investment and ensure the tax...
Cryptocurrency is not currency as we know it. No physical notes or coins exist. For most cryptocurrencies, there is no central agency controlling supply and regulation. We use the term “...
While we wait for the Government’s response to the Tax Working Group report, we discuss key recommendations...
Advice to the members of the ATO Tax Practitioners Stewardship Group answering queries about use and disclosure of TFN...
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the employment landscape. How can training and tax reform support the new work environment?...
How does Australia’s taxation of labour compare from a global perspective?...
CPA and CA ANZ has lodges a joint submission on draft TR 2021/D2 Income Tax: personal serviceds income and personal services businesses...
When an employer is party to an employee share scheme, when does and employer’s expenditure or loss under s DV 27(6) or income under s DV27(9) arise?...