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05 March 2020

Those operating in the tourism sector should be considering both existing and new taxation concessions, along with turnaround strategies to minimise exposure to Australia’s natural disasters and coronavirus, which could impact cash flows for some time.

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04 March 2020

As Coronavirus cases continue to rise, it is an important time for organisations to consider how they plan to continue their operations should key employees become ill. BDO has compiled a list of items that an organisation should consider and prepare for as part of their business continuity plan.

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04 March 2020

I commenced my auditing career in early 2014 as a graduate auditor at BDO in Singapore. Working in Singapore was very rewarding and once I was promoted to Senior Auditor, I thought it was a great time to seek a new challenge, so I started looking abroad and considered moving to Australia. I saw a...

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03 March 2020

Adam Myers speaks about his time in Canada. The major themes that came through from his conversations were that capital-raising conditions are tough, and investors, particularly institutional investors, were targeting producing assets, most of whom didn’t need cash.

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03 March 2020

Jenine Waters and Kamal Prasad discuss two ways Australian businesses are accelerating their growth

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03 March 2020

The Treasury Laws Amendment (Combating Illegal Phoenixing) Bill 2019 passed through the Senate on 5 February 2020 and has now received royal assent. This means that from 1 April 2020, directors can be personally liable for unpaid GST in some instances.

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02 March 2020

Greenfield mining is a difficult enterprise. The nature of exploring completely unexplored areas in search of new resources encompasses a high level of risk. Junior explorers engaging in greenfield mining often encounter long periods before profitability, given the lengthy process between...

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02 March 2020

Growing a business is no easy task. There is no magic formula that guarantees success, but there is a reason the leaders of many thriving organisations share certain characteristics. That reason is relatively simple – a leader’s traits directly impact the outcomes of their business.

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29 February 2020

BDO provides expert analysis for the 2020 Federal Budget.  The date for Federal Budget 2020-2021 has been announced by the Federal Government - it will be handed down in Parliament on May 12 2020.

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