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This section provides access to the most recent BDO press releases.
BDO is pleased to announce the merger of Whelan & Cook (W&C) with the existing BDO Business Services team from 1 July 2017. W&C is a Melbourne-based business advisory, tax and accounting firm.
The ATO has today issued a Draft Practical Compliance Guideline that deals with taxation issues associated with cross-border related party financing arrangements -effective from 1 July 2017.
Following the worldwide ‘WannaCry’ cyber attack that took place on the weekend, leading advisory firm BDO said it’s Australia’s small businesses who are the most at risk from these types of future attacks.
Mark Molesworth, Partner with tax experts BDO, said the Treasurer has flagged his intention to dig, tunnel, fly, and power its way out of a deficit with the launch of its A$75 billion infrastructure plan.
With the Treasurer looking at legislated measures to slow the impact of negative gearing and capital gains tax on housing affordability, Leading tax advisory firm BDO has called for a revisit of the Henry Review1
As Donald Trump approaches his first 100 days in office (Saturday 29 April, 2017) he looks set to today announce his principles for US Tax Policy and plans to slash the corporate tax rate to 15 per cent.
Chevron’s loss of an appeal in the Full Federal Court is arguably the biggest transfer pricing case won by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) according to BDO.
Leading tax advisory firm BDO has called for a holistic approach to tax reform in relation to housing affordability rather than ‘tinkering at the edges’ and changing negative gearing incentives or capital gains tax concessions.
Last year’s Federal Budget posed some of the most significant changes to superannuation in the past ten years and means that individuals and advisers have a number of matters to action before the new rules commence on 1 July 2017.