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September 2018 Archives - Tax with Integrity

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In case you missed it – The company tax Bill that did pass Parliament.

Company Tax Bill

Amidst all the drama in Canberra recently, you could be forgiven for missing an important company tax rate change.

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GST spotlight headed to smaller end of town

Gst Small Business

With large multinational and public companies put on notice by the ATO over their GST compliance obligations, smaller taxpayers have been warned of “greater frequency and rigour” of reviews heading their way.

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Superannuation Amnesty – Maybe! Maybe Not!

Super Amnisty

          An amnesty to allow unpaid superannuation to be reported and paid without penalties has hit a big snag. The amnesty announced in May 2018 lasting for 12 months was concessional in allowing employers to catch-up unpaid compulsory superannuation with reduced penalties. However, the legislation has not passed and will not be considered until Federal Parliament …

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ATO drills in car-sharing focus this tax time

Ato Car Sharing

The tax office has reiterated it will be paying close attention to taxpayers earning income through car-sharing platforms, in line with its focus on the share economy this tax time.

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What is Bankruptcy?

What Is Bankrupcy

Bankruptcy is a legal process whereby a person is declared unable to pay their debts.

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Update of Australia’s vital statistics

Auatralian Statistics

          Please click on the following link to see all this interesting information. The areas covered are: Overview Markets GDP Labour Prices Money Trade Government Business Consumer Housing Taxes Climate   Access all this data here.

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ATO speaks on risk factors, surveillance triggers for FY19

Risk Factors Survailance

The ATO has outlined key risk factors, behavioural triggers and paper trails that will draw its attention to your client’s SMSF this financial year.

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ATO’s corporate residency guidance cops backlash

Corporate Residency

The tax office’s new approach to determining whether entities are resident under the central management and control test has drawn flak from industry bodies, noting technical issues with the guidance and disagreeing with the interpretation of the law.

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