The Queensland Government handed down its 2020-21 Budget on 1 December 2020. It has a strong focus on investing for future population growth, but the sickest parts of the economy, including small businesses and tourism operators, may feel neglected in this year’s budget. Read on to learn more.
The Victorian Government handed down its 2020-21 Budget on 24 November 2021. It has a strong focus on supporting the community and jobs, but business would be justified in feeling they have been ignored. Read on to learn more.
The 2020-21 New South Wales Budget focuses on stimulus and job creation to overcome the impacts of COVID-19. Here are the highlights.
CPA Australia's tenth annual Asia-Pacific Small Business Survey finds that overall, small business conditions in the region are slightly weaker than a year ago.
A new CPA Australia survey finds businesses in China cautiously optimistic in 2019 amid global uncertainties.
Malaysia’s finance minister Lim Guan Eng delivered the Malaysian Government’s budget on Friday 2 November 2018, outlining three key areas of focus.
The New South Wales state budget delivered today by Treasurer Dominic Perrottet announces a forecast surplus of $3.9 billion for 2018-19. Major investments ahead include transport, health and air-conditioning in schools.
The Hong Kong budget, delivered by Financial Secretary Paul MP Chan FCPA on 28 February, announces a surplus of HK$138 billion for 2017-18.
The Hong Kong budget, delivered by Financial Secretary Paul MP Chan FCPA, announced a surplus of HK$92.8 billion for 2016-17.
Doing business outside Australia can be an important way to grow an enterprise. But in the wake of the Panama Papers scandal there is a new tax landscape, with complex issues that both taxpayers and tax practitioners need to manage.
Research shows that if a small business has a focus on technology and innovation, it is more likely to be growing.
Standard Business Reporting (SBR) is the new way of sending data to the Australian Taxation Office.
The ATO’s vision for a renewed and stronger partnership with the tax profession is a welcome development.
If you're running a business, this end-of-financial-year checklist will come in handy.
According to a recent CPA Australia survey of members in China, many accountants are experiencing robust wage growth due in part to a shortage of skilled accountants and strong employment growth.
Before you commit to spend any money, ask yourself these 5 questions.
With an ageing population, it is important that long-term policies are put in place to encourage older Australians to re-enter the workforce and to help overcome discrimination against employing older workers.
10 steps to an approved application.