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22 May 2019

Planning ahead and managing the relationships that make up a family business can be hard. It’s even harder when you need to consider ‘letting go’ and putting in place the steps for an effective succession.

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21 May 2019

The Public Trustee has announced the results of the Gaming Machine Operating Authorities tender, which closed on 3 April 2019.

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17 May 2019

With tax time fast approaching, it is time to start thinking ahead. There are a number of opportunities to manage your 2019 tax liability that you should consider in the lead up to 30 June. To take the pressure off, we have listed the top five tax tips to action before it is too late.

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15 May 2019

Almost nothing remains certain in the world of cyber security, with the exception of one thing – the threats you faced yesterday will not be the threats you face tomorrow.

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13 May 2019

If you have not heard about blockchain or Bitcoin by now, many people would say you must have been living under a rock. While most people have heard about these things, few really know much about the detail that sits behind them.In this month’s article we will explore the high level elements you...

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10 May 2019

BDO in Australia and BDO in New Zealand recently released the results of their annual cyber security survey, in partnership with AusCERT. The survey data highlights some alarming trends in the frequency and severity of cyber attacks, as well as some interesting shifts in the business strategies...

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09 May 2019

The ATO recently announced its big plans for data matching of crypto transactions undertaken by Australian taxpayers. Its intention is to wrangle data from the hands of many Australian crypto designated service providers (DSPs) as part of a data matching program to ensure people trading in crypto...

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07 May 2019

By its very nature, income tax law is subject to a range of interpretations. As a result, reporting entities and their auditors may be, in certain cases, uncertain about whether a position adopted in the entity’s tax return would ultimately be sustained. Further, given the diverse risk profiles...

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Article: Navigating BEAR and the icy terrain of a post-Royal Commission landscape

07 May 2019

The Banking Executive Accountability Regime (BEAR), which creates increased standards of accountability, came into force for the largest banks from 1 July last year and will apply to all other Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions (ADI) from 1 July 2019.

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