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ASIC paid KPMG $118k for chair’s personal tax affairs The corporate regulator paid KPMG over $118,000 for personal tax advice provided to chair James Shipton to help him relocate from the US. Write comment (0 Comme...
ASIC chair steps aside pending investigation The chair of the corporate regulator has stepped aside effective immediately, pending an investigation into relocation expenses incurred by him and his deputy chair. ...
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CPAs give government pandemic response tick of approval CPA members have largely approved of the federal government’s public health response to COVID-19 but have now called for focus to be placed on economic recovery planni...
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1 in 5 businesses seeking credit as revenues stabilise: ABS Around a third of businesses believe they have enough cash on hand to sustain operations for less than three months, as fewer businesses continue to report a decrease in ...
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ASIC concedes failure of early super SOA relief The regulator has conceded its SOA relief around the early super scheme did little to help with the provision of low-cost advice, as a key adviser association called out ...
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Mazars unveils global rebrand The mid-tier network has now rolled out a global rebrand in over 90 countries and territories. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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Flexible hours viewed as ‘career suicide’ for women in accounting, says university research Inflexible workplace arrangements and a lack of leadership positions in accounting firms are driving women out of the profession, says a new university study. Wr...
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Small-business lending going swimmingly, says ABA Flow of credit to small and medium businesses continues to remain strong, with $41 billion in loans approved since February, says the Australian Banking Association. ...
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TPB eyes sanction spike through joint ATO compliance program Tax practitioner compliance actions are set to rise over the next 12 months as the Tax Practitioners Board and the ATO look to further develop a joint compliance program....
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$135k in overinflated work-related deductions see agent terminated A Queensland tax agent who overclaimed over $135,000 in work-related deductions for her clients has had her registration termination affirmed by the Administrative Appeal...
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