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Five reasons you need to switch to tax automation

More than simply improving efficiencies and meeting tax compliance obligations, using the right tax technology is essential to a healthy bottom line. It’s common that businesses will persist with systems that are familiar — a case in point is the humble spreadsheet. A long-time mainstay of many businesses, it remains useful for basic collating of […]

Five reasons you need to switch to tax automation

Five reasons you need to switch to tax automation

More than simply improving efficiencies and meeting tax compliance obligations, using the right tax technology is essential to a healthy bottom line. It’s common that businesses will persist with systems that are familiar — a case in point is the humble spreadsheet. A long-time mainstay of many businesses, it remains useful for basic collating of […] … 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

Bank levy solution to company tax cut deadlock?

Bank levy solution to company tax cut deadlock?

The big bank levy could be the key to curing two of the Turnbull government's biggest headaches: its continuing failure to legislate for company tax cuts and the scandals now emerging from the banking royal commission. However, Any wins for the government around securing company tax cuts would be likely to come on top of personal tax cuts this budget. … Read More

Cuts to individual tax rates a likely Federal Budget centerpiece. But at what cost?

Cuts to individual tax rates a likely Federal Budget centerpiece. But at what cost?

Personal tax cuts are shaping up as a likely Federal Budget centrepiece, but the question of how exactly they'll be funded is still anyone's guess. Terry Hayes, Tax Consultant to Thomson Reuters, looks beyond the simple revenue loss equation to understand why they could be a 2018-19 budget certainty, despite the finance question. … Read More

International tax complexity for Australian investments: a real-world example

International tax complexity for Australian investments: a real-world example

With a quarter of all foreign investment in Australia coming from the United States, it is important to consider the potential impact of the US tax reforms on inbound Australian investments. A recent court case has provided a real-world example of how US private equity investors can structure certain Australian investments to deliver “look through” treatment for the purposes of US tax law. … Read More