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  1. Karen Payne FCA: The inspector-general calls

    Australia’s new inspector-general of taxation, Karen Payne FCA, wants tax practitioners to know her office is here to help...

  2. CAs in public sector roles: Peter Koit FCA

    Working at the Australian Taxation Office, your decisions can have a big impact, says Assistant Commissioner Peter Koit FCA...

  3. Leadership in Government Award winners 2021

    Anna La CA and Brad Medland FCA have been recognised for their leadership in finance in Australia’s public service...

  4. Three priorities for NZs Tax Working Group

    The NZ Tax Working Group’s interim report sets out a full workload before the February deadline for a final report...

  5. 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...

  6. Winding up an SMSF before 30 June? Avoid these pitfalls

    If your client has decided to wind up their SMSF, it’s vital that you’re both aware of potential traps in the process...

  7. What CAs’ tax responsibilities are in a COVID-19 world

    The pandemic crisis has pushed chartered accountants into a more important role than ever for their clients...

  8. Zombie Companies Await Insolvency When Stimulus Packages Stop

    Zombie companies that are surviving on the back of government stimulus packages await a slew of insolvencies when the subsidies run out. Click to learn more...

  9. Losing money to the black economy?

    Many see cash-in-hand business as a victimless crime, but the black economy is a problem for government and the community...

  10. Why a loan from the family business can spell tax trouble

    Get your paperwork right or the ATO will treat that loan from the family business as income come tax time...

  11. Single Touch Payroll concessions for closely held employees

    Single Touch Payroll is mandatory for Australian employers from 1 July, but there’s flexibility for closely held employees...

  12. STP and Payday Filing go to the next level

    Digital systems such as Single Touch Payroll and Payday Filing have helped businesses stay afloat during the pandemic...

  13. 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...

  14. Get up to speed on cryptocurrencies

    Cryptocurrencies were hyped as the next big thing a decade ago. That bubble burst, but cryptocurrencies aren’t going away...

  15. NZ tax transformation: A change that’s worth the pain

    IR’s ‘solutions for tax agents’ website is helping iron out the wrinkles as New Zealand’s new tax system is bedded down...

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