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04 May 2018
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29 May 2017
Revised draft legislation to implement hybrid mismatch rules in Australia has been released for public comment by 4 April. Australian taxpayers need to be aware of the new integrity measures and key changes to the exposure draft from 2017 and act soon.
With the end of the Fringe Benefits Tax year just days away, the Australian Tax Office (ATO) has confirmed they are taking a close look at car parking. Specifically, the ATO is focussing on the validity of valuations used in relation to car parking fringe benefits.
The Government is proposing to tighten the eligibility factors for the CGT concessions that are generally available to small businesses and deny eligibility for assets unrelated to the small business effective from 1 July 2017.
Legislation has been introduced to remove the Capital Gains Tax (CGT) exemption for the sale of a main residence by a foreign resident as part of the Government’s range of reforms to reduce pressure on housing affordability.
Long-awaited tax consolidation integrity measures have recently passed the Australian House of Representatives in the form of Treasury Laws Amendment (Income Tax Consolidation Integrity) Bill 2018. So what does the next chapter in consolidation hold and what are the implications for M&A activity?
The top priority of Australia’s innovation policy should be to increase business expenditure on R&D to push us to the forefront of the global innovation race.
On 18 December 2017 the ATO released a Draft Practical Compliance Guideline PCG 2017/D14 to assist employers to identify to what extent they need to determine if an employee's private use of a vehicle is within the concessions for the purposes of the car related Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT...
On 24 November 2017 draft law was released in Australia to implement the OECD hybrid mismatch rules to prevent multinational groups from exploiting tax differences across jurisdictions.
The vacancy tax has now been substantially enacted after Treasury Laws Amendment (Housing Tax Integrity) Bill 2017 (new law) passed the Senate on 15 November 2017 without amendment. The Bill now awaits Royal Assent.