Federal Budget 2022-23 – Hall Chadwick

The Federal Treasurer, Mr Josh Frydenberg, handed down the 2022–23 Federal Budget at 7:30pm (AEDT) on 29 March 2022. In an economy emerging from the pandemic, the Treasurer has confirmed an unemployment rate of 4% and an expected budget deficit of $78 billion for 2022–23. As international uncertainties add pressure on the cost [...]

2022-03-30T17:11:40+11:00March 30th, 2022|Federal Budget|

TAX MATTERS November 2021

Welcome to Tax Matters November 2021. In this we cover the important considerations for businesses with their tax position as we move into 2022. We include: Destination Single Touch Payroll Phase 2. All Aboard Income or Gift? Undeclared Foreign Income The Second Payment Times Reporting The Right Way to Lodge an Objection [...]

2021-12-03T14:24:32+11:00November 26th, 2021|Business Services, Business Update|

The Gig Is Up

Many people turned to the gig economy to make ends meet during COVID-19 and as brief as these gigs may have been, the income received, cash or otherwise, must be declared in their 2020/21 income tax return. The message from the ATO this year is clear – if you earn income on [...]

2021-11-12T16:32:44+11:00August 26th, 2021|Publications, Taxation|
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