Advice for WA businesses to help them safeguard their business continuity in the wake of rising Omicron cases.
Listed entities are now required to make certain disclosures to the market about JobKeeper payments. The information will be made publicly available.
Australia’s not-for-profit sector has changed considerably in the past ten years, but just how has a global pandemic changed the way corporates and individuals view donating?
The long-held 60/40 asset allocation rule is no longer adequate if Australians are to retire comfortably, with an 80/20 ratio of risky vs secure assets far more appropriate in the current market environment.
Businesses need to be ready to make informed decisions if forced into action by circumstances outside their control. Here are some of the key questions business owners should be considering.
The pandemic and rolling lockdowns has forced many Australians to rethink their 2021 holiday plans. While a trip away may bring short term enjoyment, investing in your superannuation through concessional contributions may present long-term benefits.
The loss carry back tax offset essentially allows eligible corporate entities to ‘carry back’ tax losses in their 2021 and 2022 tax returns to offset profits and tax paid as far back as the 2019 tax year. This article addresses how to calculate the loss carry back tax offset for the current year.
There is no question the pandemic has changed the way companies operate forever. However, as companies focus on reshaping their future, they are facing a number of challenges and risks, and how they address these will be deeply intertwined with their approach to risk and resilience.
The ATO has finally released updated guidance in the form of PCG 2021/D2, although the new rules set to apply from 1 July 2021 have been met with universal alarm across the accounting profession.
Australian expats returning to local shores amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will need to consider the tax implications of investments held overseas.