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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

How smart workflow management brings success in sport and tax

How smart workflow management brings success in sport and tax

Footy has much to teach corporations about successful tax management. The tax compliance stakes are just as high as those in running a national sporting competition: hefty fines, unforeseen changes, not to mention the impact on an organisation's image when called out for errors and perceived misdemeanors. Read how you can manage your corporate tax workflow like a winner with our ONESOURCE Workflow Calendar. … Read More

What the ATO’s proposed GST compliance measures mean for Corporate Australia

What the ATO’s proposed GST compliance measures mean for Corporate Australia

The ATO will take on indirect tax in the next phase of building its whole-of-tax compliance framework. The proposed GST Large Business Program is aimed at Top 100 businesses in Australia. Neha Mahindru, our Indirect Tax solutions specialist, looks the implications for large corporations and their tax management systems. … Read More

Inside the Federal Budget 2018-19: Delivering a stronger economy

Inside the Federal Budget 2018-19: Delivering a stronger economy

Treasurer Scott Morrison has delivered the Federal Budget for 2018-19 and the Thomson Reuters Tax News Team has all the tax measures covered in our comprehensive Federal Budget Report. Here is a wrap-up of the highlights from Budget Night. … Read More

Narrowing budget deficit and a small cut to personal tax rates – Here’s what’s in store for Malcolm Turnbull’s 2018 Federal Budget