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Hammond Taylor
This update contrasts and critiques the key immigration policies of both Labor and the Coalition in the 2019 election.
HHG Legal Group
This most recent leaders debate in front of 48 undecided voters addressed varying topics to indicate differing policies.
Swaab
This article examines Labor employment policies and provides insight as to how Australian businesses may be impacted.
Marque Lawyers
With new laws and a Federal election coming, it is a good time to check your compliance with political donation laws.
Cooper Grace Ward
Casual employees in horticulture will be paid overtime and agriculture programs receive additional funding in the Budget.
Holding Redlich
There will be information about new sponsorship arrangements for family visas as well as about the new regional visas.
Bartier Perry
Both major parties have delivered key tax and superannuation proposals, so that taxpayers can decide at the ballot box.
Cooper Grace Ward
Many of the Budget measures are in response to the recommendations in the Report of the Migrant Workers' Taskforce.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
With an election soon, this Budget was directed at infrastructure projects, personal tax cuts and incentives for SMEs.
Holding Redlich
The 'status quo' is expected to remain, with respect to government policy on employment and safety related issues.
Holding Redlich
The NSW election saw a focus on small and medium enterprises and incentives for private sector investment in renewables.
Hazelbrook Legal
The Government has provided the financial regulators with a suite of new funding ‘to strengthen the financial system'.
Shelston IP
This is a submission to the Senate Committee which is considering changes to the Government's R&D tax incentive regime.
Shelston IP
The proposed changes to the R&D Tax program will benefit foreign multinationals over Australian based multinationals.
Pointon Partners
This article offers further detail to consider tax announcements mentioned in the 2018 Federal Budget papers.
McCullough Robertson
The NSW Treasurer's second budget, the last before the next election in March 2019, ticks all the voter friendly boxes.
McCullough Robertson
Guidance on the exercise of establishing rating categories for differential rating & challenges that may occur to decisions made.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The Queensland Government's FY2018-19 budget has been announced and it includes an increase to two property taxes.
McCullough Robertson
Business will see from this budget and in the next few years a lift in the tempo of investment in public infrastructure.
Kott Gunning
Court found that lots in retirement village were not used exclusively for a charitable purpose & hence rates applied.
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Holding Redlich
There will be information about new sponsorship arrangements for family visas as well as about the new regional visas.
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This update contrasts and critiques the key immigration policies of both Labor and the Coalition in the 2019 election.
Marque Lawyers
With new laws and a Federal election coming, it is a good time to check your compliance with political donation laws.
Swaab
This article examines Labor employment policies and provides insight as to how Australian businesses may be impacted.
Cooper Grace Ward
Many of the Budget measures are in response to the recommendations in the Report of the Migrant Workers' Taskforce.
Cooper Grace Ward
Casual employees in horticulture will be paid overtime and agriculture programs receive additional funding in the Budget.
Bartier Perry
Both major parties have delivered key tax and superannuation proposals, so that taxpayers can decide at the ballot box.
HHG Legal Group
This most recent leaders debate in front of 48 undecided voters addressed varying topics to indicate differing policies.
Hazelbrook Legal
The Government has provided the financial regulators with a suite of new funding ‘to strengthen the financial system'.
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With an election soon, this Budget was directed at infrastructure projects, personal tax cuts and incentives for SMEs.
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