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Taxable Payments Reporting System to affect road freight industry from 1 July 2019
Road freight businesses must report payments made to contractors each year, using the Taxable Payments Annual Report.
Australia
7 Dec 2018
2
The family farm – When is the transfer of a farm to a relative duty free?
It is possible for a transfer of your farm to a relative or a family trust to be duty free under certain circumstances.
Australia
30 Nov 2018
3
Residential Focus – media releases, articles, papers, reports, in practice and courts and recent cases
Newsletter contains links to media releases, articles, what is in practice & courts & recent cases about residential laws.
Australia
28 Nov 2018
4
ATO collection powers for debt recovery - garnishee notices, statutory demands, bankruptcy notices
Non-payment of debts by the taxpayer may result in liquidation or bankruptcy, once proceedings are issued by the ATO.
Australia
26 Nov 2018
5
No ifs or butts: warehouse manager personally liable for customs duty on stolen cigarettes
Liability for dutiable goods is not limited to the warehouse licence holder and may extend to directors and employees.
Australia
26 Nov 2018
6
Lay of the land: Property Tax Update: Tighter laws for vacant land deductions
These proposed amendments will deny deductions for losses or outgoings as they relate to a taxpayer holding vacant land.
Australia
22 Nov 2018
7
The ABC of CGT in your fam­i­ly law prop­er­ty settlement
This article sets out how CGT is generally treated by the Family Court in family law property settlement proceedings.
Australia
19 Nov 2018
8
Xenith IP Group responds to Australian Senate Committee inquiry on future investment in research and development
This is a submission to the Senate Committee which is considering changes to the Government's R&D tax incentive regime.
Australia
17 Nov 2018
9
Dealing with lease incentives when buying commercial property: implications for lawyers and future buyers
When drafting special conditions for lease incentives, lawyers should be aware of this method to determine adjustments.
Australia
16 Nov 2018
10
Individual tax residency rules ripe for reform
Proposed changes could have significant impact upon the tax profile of individuals with overseas connections.
Australia
14 Nov 2018
11
NSW government gives stamp of approval to bracket reform to stamp duty regime
Commentary on new NSW stamp duty laws which seek to index stamp duty brackets to the CPI from 1 July 2019.
Australia
13 Nov 2018
12
Duty and Taxes – the two real certainties in business and asset acquisitions
This article discusses some of the tips and traps to be mindful of during the initial stages of planning an acquisition.
Australia
29 Oct 2018
13
Overseas activities: two things charities should know
ATO Draft Ruling TR2018/D1 has a useful explanation of the 'in Australia' requirement for tax exemption for non-DGRs.
Australia
24 Oct 2018
14
Lay of the Land Property Tax Update: Rely on ruling in good faith to prevent GST withholding penalties
What you need to know about the new ATO ruling that provides guidance in relation to the new GST obligations.
Australia
9 Oct 2018
15
Transfer pricing annual review 2018 – Financier Worldwide
Advice on the significant changes and developments in transfer pricing over the past 12 months.
Australia
9 Oct 2018
16
Reporting Australian Superannuation Funds As Foreign Trusts For Tax Purposes
Current US tax laws do not provide any definitive guidance on the US tax classification and treatment of hybrid foreign retirement plans such as an Australian Superannuation Fund
Australia
9 Oct 2018
17
ATO extends the Taxable Payment Reporting System
The ATO's Black Economy Taskforce has extended the TPRS to encourage businesses to keep sufficient business records.
Australia
8 Oct 2018
18
Trust split arrangements may give rise to capital gains tax
Draft determination TD 2018/D3 says that trust split arrangements of the type described will cause a CGT event to arise.
Australia
1 Oct 2018
19
Concerned about CGT when selling an inherited property? The ATO is here to help
ATO has the discretion to extend the period that beneficiaries are able to disregard any CGT implications beyond 2 years.
Australia
12 Sep 2018
20
Federal Court case supports ATO position on trust splitting - so what are my other options?
As trust splitting is likely to give rise to adverse tax consequences, it could be necessary to consider other options.
Australia
10 Sep 2018
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