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When we reflect on 2020 as a business community, I wonder what will stand out in the long term? For many of us, the past few months have brought about more change than the sum total over our lifetimes.
The Australian Real Estate Investment Trust sector is facing a number of challenges as weaker macro-economic conditions impact asset classes in varied ways.
As many Australian companies welcome staff back into their corporate offices after weeks of working from home, employees keen to avoid overcrowded public transport and looking closely at their options for the daily commute.
Latest research from advisory firm BDO into the cash position of ASX listed explorers reveals financing inflows plummeted 48%, to a new four-year low.
BDO Australia has commented on the challenges being faced by businesses across Victoria, as it’s reported more than 130 businesses across the state have gone into liquidation or voluntary administration since the COVID19 crisis began.
Updated 13 May 2020Mark Molesworth (BDO Tax Partner) was quoted in the AFR today in the ‘Letters to the Editor’ section (‘Time for some real tax reform’) requesting tax reform in a post COVID-19 environment.According to Mark, “… we keep hearing that business as usual will not be the same post...
Australian manufacturing could be set for a revival. After reaching a high of nearly 30 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) in the 1960s, manufacturing has since fallen to 6 per cent of GDP.
Fintech lenders say they are seeing a surge in businesses wanting to take out loans against expected research and development tax incentive refunds, despite tax experts warning of the risks involved.
A leading Superannuation expert has issued a warning to those who are considering accessing their accounts to help soften the financial blow of Coronavirus, as the ATO confirms more than *456,000 Australians have already been approved to access their money – totalling $3.8billion.