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|

After rent relief and property concessions: the tax implications

Property and tax is a tricky subject that goes beyond these rent relief measures and concessions. As the schemes start to dial back, it’s important to remember that tax and your dealings with property is an ongoing conversation you may need to revisit and reacquaint yourself with. Over the last 18 months, [...]

DBIA for UK: eCommerce Webinar July 2021

Australia offers UK companies a huge opportunity with a natural affinity and appetite to conduct business with British brands, especially with the new Free Trade Agreement in principle. Business West, the delivery partner for the UK Department for International Trade (DIT) hosted a roundtable webinar covering the eCommerce apetite in Australia [...]

DBIA for UK: Webinar June 2021

With our thanks to Hurst Accountants UK for hosting Doing Business in Australia 2021, online! In this, Robert Lissauer speaks on entering the Australian market, the strategic considerations, mistakes to be avoided and of course, the opportunities for UK businesses entering or indeed, expanding in the Asia Pacific region. Hurst Accountants UK [...]

Foreign Investors & the Federal Budget 2021-22

Australia has long welcomed foreign investment to support economic growth and innovation.  Ease of doing business, sound governance and strong institutions have been the hallmarks of Australia’s foreign investment attractiveness.  In this Budget, the Government has taken a proactive position to further promote Australia’s appeal to foreign investors. A new early engagement [...]

2021-05-19T12:10:45+10:00May 14th, 2021|Federal Budget, International Business|
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