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Ever since the global financial crisis, the waters around Australia’s remuneration committees have grown choppy - public scrutiny abounds, not to mention lurking Royal Commissions.
When the unexpected happens, businesses and individuals can face significant losses, including damage to physical property and business interruption (or loss of income) caused by the event.
25 January 2020 marks Chinese New Year, and the beginning of the 60 year zodiac cycle with the metal rat. It signifies creativity, which can also reflect a trial and error process before one gets to a sustainable winning combination.
A payroll tax rebate will be available to eligible organisations who can demonstrate over a full financial year that they have employed more than their starting level of full-time Queensland employees.
At BDO our thoughts go out to those in our communities who have been directly affected by the devastating bushfires and the continuing drought taking place across large parts of our country.
Applications for the Queensland METS Collaborative Projects Fund are now open, fast-tracking collaborative projects for mining equipment, technology and services companies.
The report from the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO) has confirmed what many in the industry have known for some time - the current administrative approach by AusIndustry and the ATO to the R&D Tax Incentive program is inconsistent with the objective of the...
Maria is the legal principal and leader of BDO Migration Services, an incorporated legal practice that specialises in all aspects of Australian immigration and nationality law for corporate and private clients.
The 2019-20 mid-year economic fiscal outlook (MYEFO) released on Monday 16 December 2019 shows the government is maintaining a budget surplus for 2019-20 but it has been reduced from $7.1 billion to $5 billion.