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December 2019 Newsletter

Land Tax takes centre stage with the State Government securing passage of its controversial changes through Parliament, and we look (again) at the best way to make a tax effective Christmas gesture for your team.

 

Plus, read below for our Christmas closure times.

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June 2019 Newsletter

This time around we highlight again the imminent arrival of Single Touch Payroll and urge any business that employs people to get their systems ready or make contact with us to find out more. We also highlight the increasing incidence of phone scams purporting to be from the Tax Office, and new personal liabilities for directors of employers who fail to meet their Superannuation Guarantee obligations.

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2019-20 Federal Budget

The 2019-20 Federal Budget was handed down last night, the first delivered by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg. The big headline is a forecast return to surplus for 2019-20 year for the first time in a decade. While there were, as always, a broad range of announcements across different sectors and interests, we are of course primarily interested here in those measures that specifically impact the world of tax and business. From that point of view, there is very little in the Budget to get excited about or even mention. Add to that the fact that almost all of these announcements are contingent on the Coalition winning the upcoming election, and it makes for a very uneventful Budget update.

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