Proposed changes to the federal government’s company tax cut could see some small businesses missing out.
Tax rulings still have an important role to play but the Australian Taxation Office is also using alerts as a tool to give taxpayers real-time views.
Proposed changes on tax deductibility will affect some landlords more than others.
Three experts weigh up the benefits of providing a tax deduction for a healthy lifestyle.
A new draft guideline from the Australian Taxation Office is set to simplify the taxation of income that many sportspeople earn from their image rights.
The Australian Tax Office has warned of a crackdown on all work-related expense claims, but is that necessary or fair?
Multinational corporations must deal with new laws and closed loopholes to ensure profits are taxed in countries where they are earned.
In an online world, outages happen. They can be incredibly frustrating and severely impact work schedules but the down time doesn’t have to be time wasted. Here are some ways to keep your business on track and stay productive should your systems go down.
As the world’s zero-tax havens disappear and corporate tax rates are slashed, many economists say the outcome will be smaller government budget deficits, stronger growth, higher wages and more jobs. While presidents and prime ministers are advocating tax reform, not everyone is convinced.
Recent changes to the Foreign Resident Capital Gains Withholding (FRCGW) regime mean that more Australian residents are likely to be affected by the tax for transactions as common as the sale of the family home.
Lodging a tax return can seem daunting for students. Parents who may be helping to navigate these uncertain waters can also find it challenging. To assist, CPA Australia has put together eight tax tips for students for the year ending 30 June 2017.
Small businesses may be eligible for a range of tax benefits. To assist, CPA Australia has put together the following tips.
Do you know the tax deductions and offsets for which you might be eligible?
Fringe benefits are very tempting, but in some workplaces sacrificing salary is not such a tax-effective way to pay for them.
Oil-producing countries are being forced to rethink their tax mix as oil prices remain low.
The right strategies to manage tax risk are vital if practitioners are to minimise the possibility of clients being audited.
The ATO’s push towards full digitisation is a potential plus for tax agents and clients.
Governments globally are cutting – or promising to cut – company tax rates, but what does this mean for advanced economies?
Many think high-income earners face the heaviest tax burdens but when rising taxes meet decreasing benefits, low-income earners can see earnings slashed. Welcome to a complex policy conundrum.
Swapping art for accounting, Collins made a career applying technology to strategy.