100% Pure BEPs: NZ responds to the OECD’s BEPs Action Plan

100% Pure BEPs: NZ responds to the OECD’s BEPs Action Plan

With the introduction of a new tax bill in New Zealand to counter multinationals’ BEPs activities, it is a good time to revisit Australia’s own BEPs progress. … Read More

Tax and Risk: Lessons from The Paradise Papers
Are you tax-ready in 2018?

Are you tax-ready in 2018?

Did you know that most landlords can no longer claim a deduction for travel costs connected with an investment property? So that trip to the Gold Coast to inspect your rental unit is no longer deductible. There are also restrictions on claiming depreciation on second-hand assets used in a rental property. There are exceptions, in […] … Read More

Infographic: reach BEPS success

Infographic: reach BEPS success

A global Thomson Reuters survey has found low levels of confidence among tax executives about how prepared their systems and processes are for the new BEPS regime. With mistakes being costly, around $525,000 in fines costly, Australian businesses cannot risk a late lodgement to the ATO. Download the full infographic here and learn what best-practice BEPS […] … Read More

Infographic: Confronting the BEPS obstacles

Infographic: Confronting the BEPS obstacles

The BEPS regime is almost upon us and multinational businesses bear the burden of implementing new systems and new processes to make the BEPS measures work, or face crippling fines. Survey data confirms that many finance and tax executives lack complete confidence in their BEPS implementation. You can view our extensive survey data and insights by downloading […] … Read More

BEPS: Making sure you get credit, not blame

BEPS: Making sure you get credit, not blame

If you’re working as the chief financial officer or running the tax team for a multinational company, you will have noticed a change in the climate. Around the world, a lot more people are interested in what you do. It’s suddenly not just the media and political junkies who care about multinational corporate taxes. Arguments […] … Read More