As the new legislative changes to superannuation are rolled out, national law firm Gadens has flagged what key areas professionals will need to act on, with time already “running out” on certain items.
The ATO is urging accountants to inform clients that it is ramping up its data collection from financial institutions and online selling sites for use in its data-matching programs.
Accountants with SME clients should be urging them to recall the new deadlines for employees on working visas to ensure compliance.
Behavioural economist and psychologist Daniel Kahneman has begun 2017 by retaining his place near the top of The New York Times best-seller list, wedged among the latest John Grisham legal thriller, The Whistler, and the psychological thriller The girl on the train by Paula Hawkins.
All is not lost if you have a judgement against a debtor, but you know they have no assets.
The curtain coming down on another year has a way of focusing the mind on how time is passing.
The Turnbull government has launched an invitation for public comment to the Black Economy Taskforce ahead of an interim report in March, in an effort to stamp out tax evasion and loopholes.
Including a car in a salary package is a popular remuneration arrangement, and doing so as part of a salary sacrifice package will often give rise the a “novated lease”.
A lot of SMSF trustees are confused by the CGT transitional relief provided in the super reforms and are selling off fund assets ...
Several SMSF professionals have revealed that their clients are being increasingly the target, and victims, of dodgy property schemes promising high yield and minimal risk.