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As the Royal Commission into the misconduct in the banking, superannuation and financial services industry rolls on and uncovers more unscrupulous behaviour by the corporate and financial sector, the government is attempting to get on the front foot by addressing the perceived persistent misconduct by...

Departure Prohibition Orders (DPOs) have long been used as a tool by the government as a way to stop those who owe debts from leaving the country before they pay their debts, even if they are just going on a holiday. It has been used...

With the 31 October fast approaching, so is the deadline for lodgement of many tax returns. If you’re making the last-minute scramble to gather all your tax documentation, keep in mind there are some changes in this year’s tax return particularly in relation to rental...

The sharing economy has become a big disrupter in the Australian market. It seems like everyone is getting in on the action of making a little extra money on the side whether it be renting out a spare room, driving for a ride sharing service,...

As a way to combat the rise in black economy, the government is planning to extend the Taxable Payments Reporting System (TPRS) to entities that provide road freight, IT, security, investigation, or surveillance services. The TPRS is a transparency measure that was first applied to the...

There’s finally some certainty about the corporate tax rate(s). Legislation has recently passed Parliament and the fate of other proposed changes has also been finalised. The rate of 27.5% applies to corporate tax entities known as “base rate entities”. These are companies which carry on...