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Local file, local flavour: Lessons from BEPs one year on

Local file, local flavour: Lessons from BEPs one year on

BEPs first anniversary is approaching. What can we learn from the unique challenges faced by multinationals operating in Australia? And what will Year 2 bring? Joanne Ting, CbC and Transfer Pricing technology specialist gives us a preview ahead of the upcoming webinar with BDO and The Tax Institute. … Read More

No free rides in the crypto-currency tax race

No free rides in the crypto-currency tax race

Whether a crypto-dabbler or serious crypto-currency trader, anyone thinking they have a free ride past the tax tollgate will be in for a shock. The ATO is fine-tuning its strategy to chase and bill those failing to declare their gains resulting from the sale of bitcoins - or any other type of cryptocurrency. Luis Vazquez looks at the tax implications for all taxpayers. … Read More

Beyond the bandwagon effect: Why a digital tax strategy is essential for Corporate Australia

Beyond the bandwagon effect: Why a digital tax strategy is essential for Corporate Australia

Adopting a digital tax strategy has gone from “bandwagon trendy” to a global business imperative. Thomson Reuters’ Product Manager, Ghaleon Ong, shares his take-aways from the recent CTA Convention on what it takes for Australian companies to devise and implement a well-defined digital tax roadmap. … Read More

How confident are you in your corporate tax compliance process?

How confident are you in your corporate tax compliance process?

Manual processes and spreadsheets have served corporate tax teams well, but in today’s environment, accuracy and speed in tax calculating and reporting is no longer an aspiration, but a necessity. How confident are you in your tax system? Glenn Francis, Senior Customer Success Manager for ONESOURCE shares tips on how to tell if it's time for an upgrade. … Read More

Much hot air? Too late? What to make of the Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance

Much hot air? Too late? What to make of the Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance

The Senate Economics References Committee has handed down its final report into corporate tax avoidance, more than three and a half years after launching its inquiry. We consider the relevance of the final report for today’s tax landscape and look where the tax reform journey will take us next. … Read More