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Five things you need to get right this FBT season

Five things you need to get right this FBT season

With the FBT season now in full swing, it’s vital for tax professionals and managers to have the latest information. FBT expert Stephen O’Flynn outlines five things you need to get right with your 2019 FBT returns. FBT rate updates While there have been no major changes to the FBT rules, the following rates have […] … Read More

How will Australia close the tax gap on the digital economy?

How will Australia close the tax gap on the digital economy?

Just how to tax the digital economy has been a sore point for the international community since BEPS’ inception.  And it was only one a year ago at the IFA Congress, that the OECD’s Pascal Saint-Amans and IFA President Porus Kaka were both lamenting the continued lack of global consensus on implementing BEPs Action 1. […] … Read More

GST: Time to Renovate or Detonate?

GST: Time to Renovate or Detonate?

Two of the biggest changes to Australia’s GST regime came into effect on 1 July 2018, impacting the property sector and overseas online retailers. They follow a legislative trend which is prompting many practitioners to ask, is it time to rethink our indirect tax system? … Read More

5 Star Rating: CPA Practice Advisor reviews Thomson Reuters’ ONESOURCE

5 Star Rating: CPA Practice Advisor reviews Thomson Reuters’ ONESOURCE

Best suited for companies of all sizes that are tasked with handling global sales and use tax, VAT, and GST, ONESOURCE Determination and Compliance, offers a complete solution. ONESOURCE is designed to work with a variety of third-party applications to deliver complete indirect tax management from initial tax determination and calculation to complete compliance including forms processing and remittance. … Read More

Outstanding draft tax legislation adds to Government’s “to do” list

Outstanding draft tax legislation adds to Government’s “to do” list

Federal Parliament already has a lot on its tax legislation plate for 2018, and that will only be added to by the finalisation of draft tax legislation into Bills in Parliament. Currently, there is a backlog of important draft legislation awaiting finalisation, including: Controversial GST amendments proposing to give effect to the Government’s 2017-18 Budget […] … Read More