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BDO Australia released annual Partner promotion figures today, announcing 15 new Partners from 1 July spread across the firm in audit (5), tax (1), business services (4) and advisory (5).
BDO tax partner, Leisa Rafter, commented on the tax elements of today’s Queensland state budget announcement.
NSW treasurer Matt Kean has handed down a big spending budget ahead of a state election next March, with the government aiming to return to surplus by 2024-25 by leaning on increased payroll tax receipts.
Latest research from business advisory firm BDO into the cash position of ASX-listed explorers shows activity in the sector has slowed following a record high finish to the 2021 calendar year, but explorers remain cashed-up for the future.
Sustainability professional, Brett Spicer, has been appointed as Sustainability Partner within BDO in Australia’s Advisory team and starts with the firm on 30 May 2022. Brett brings diverse knowledge and experience managing complex commercial relationships in the ESG space and will work across...
BDO Melbourne welcomes Stefanie Merlino as a Partner in its People Advisory practice.“Stefanie adds strength and depth to our leading People Advisory offering, ensuring we can continue to meet the increasing client demand for employment tax and payroll related compliance and advice services...
The Reserve Bank of Australia’s decision to raise the cash rate for the first time in over 11 years marks the end of the cheap loans era, with borrowers urged to take a closer look at their funding arrangements.
BDO in Australia is pleased to welcome Chris Korte as a partner in the firm’s Digital & Technology Advisory (D&TA) team.
BDO and AusCERT say the federal governments technology investment boost is a good first step to heighten the resilience of Australian businesses. However, there is a need for business guidance to avoid another ‘pink batts’ fiasco. The emergence of questionable ‘pop-up’ providers is a reality, say...