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19 November 2019

Structuring executive pay is no new topic – in fact, some would say it’s been in play since the Viking Era when raids began on England in the late eighth century. Likened to a ‘corporate takeover’, monks were slaughtered and countless treasures or ‘cash incentives’ were carried away. Taking...

/en-au/insights/advisory/articles/the-rise-of-executive-kings-when-the-upside-is-one-sided
19 November 2019

Australia’s recycling industry faces an uncertain future, with China having effectively closed its borders to foreign waste products. Our response to date has included stockpiling, landfilling, and trying to find other international destinations for our waste. However, none of these are long-term...

/en-au/insights/advisory/articles/recycling-an-opportunity-too-big-to-waste
18 November 2019

For QBCC licence holders, the benefits of trusts carry a burden when it comes to assessing the Minimum Financial Requirements (MFR).

/en-au/insights/real-estate-construction/articles/are-trusts-friend-or-foe-for-qbcc-licensees
15 November 2019

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has released the long-awaited rewrite of the car parking fringe benefits Taxation Ruling. A draft ruling TR 2019/D5 was released on 13 November 2019.

/en-au/insights/tax/articles/employer-alert-car-parking-fringe-benefits-come-to-the-suburbs
15 November 2019

Where there are signs of financial distress, early intervention provides more options for advisers to support a director and engage in a turnaround and restructuring strategy.

/en-au/insights/advisory/articles/clients-in-financial-distress-warning-signs-to-be-aware-of
14 November 2019

The tourism sector remains core to Australia’s economy and both small and large inbound tourism operators (ITO’s) - and domestic tourism in general - now face increased competition and regulation.

/en-au/insights/tourism-hospitality/article/compliance-issues-for-the-tourism-sector
14 November 2019

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is actively targeting employers who aren’t paying employees and certain contractors their full compulsory superannuation guarantee entitlements. If caught not complying, the employer (or its directors if it is a company) could be at risk of receiving a 12...

/en-au/insights/superannuation/articles/should-you-be-paying-your-contractors-superannuation
14 November 2019

In a disaster situation such as drought, cash flow is your key to preparedness, management and recovery. But when approaching a bank, there’s always the risk that you can’t get the finance that you need or that suits your business.

/en-au/insights/advisory/articles/fighting-drought-by-improving-cash-flow-talking-to-financiers
14 November 2019

With record low interest rates, many term deposit holders are questioning where else they can invest to maintain their income. While you can’t get away from having to take a bit more risk to generate additional returns, this may be a sensible approach, depending on your circumstances. 

/en-au/insights/private-wealth/articles/the-high-cost-of-cash
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