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    Quick tax wins still to be had

    In the first of a four-part series on business tax planning, Mark Beyer passes on some end-of-financial-year tips. EVERY good accountant will explain that tax planning should commence at the start of the financial year. ...
    Quick tax wins still to be had

    ATO ruling on vouchers leaves some confusion

    A TAX ruling designed to clarify the GST treatment of vouchers has left some uncertainty about the treatment of certain types of vouchers. ...
    ATO ruling on vouchers leaves some confusion

    Super crackdown

    THE Australian Tax Office has reported a big increase in compulsory Superannuation Guarantee payments following new measures to boost compliance. ...
    Super crackdown

    Clough bucks trend

    In the final part of a six part series on corporate superannuation, Mark Beyer looks at organisations that have resisted the outsourcing trend. ...
    Clough bucks trend

    Australian firms are prompt on payment

    AUSTRALIAN companies are among the fastest payers of sales invoices, an international survey has found. The average payment period by Australian firms was 36 days, according to accounting firm Grant Thornton’s International Business Owners Survey. ...
    Australian firms are prompt on payment

    Questions over super advice

    AUSTRALIA’S major accounting bodies have questioned Federal Government moves that limit the ability of accountants to provide advice on superannuation. ...
    Questions over super advice

    Trusts require careful thought

    MASTER trusts have been one of the fastest growing segments of the funds management industry over the past decade. For many employers they provide an easy and effective solution to all of their superannuation needs. ...
    Trusts require careful thought

    Reporting tips for charities

    NOT-FOR-PROFIT organisations have been told they should improve reporting standards to meet the needs of donors and funding providers. ...
    Reporting tips for charities

    Overwork taxes agents

    A SURVEY of small and mid-sized tax practices has found a sharp increase in average working hours over the past three years, from 47.4 hours a week to 54.6 hours. ...
    Overwork taxes agents

    Buck turns into Mellon

    SUPERANNUATION administration and consulting firm NSP Buck officially launched its new office and new name in Perth last week. ...
    Buck turns into Mellon

    Plenty of choice with outsourcing services

    WHILE many companies have completely outsourced their superannuation to master trusts and industry funds, others have chosen to keep their funds in-house. ...
    Plenty of choice with outsourcing services

    Industry funds take broad aim

    In the third of a six-part series on corporate superannuation, Mark Beyer looks at industry funds. ...
    Industry funds take broad aim

    Tailor superannuation to suit

    In the second of a six-part series on corporate superannuation, Mark Beyer looks at some of the issues employers need to address when reviewing their fund. ...
    Tailor superannuation to suit

    Survey looks at fund shortfall

    THE Australian Securities and Investments Commission has launched a survey of defined benefit superannuation schemes offered by company super funds. ...
    Survey looks at fund shortfall

    In-house moves to outsourced

    In the first of a six-part series on corporate superannuation, Mark Beyer looks at the impact of increased regulation. AUSTRALIAN companies are voting with their feet. ...
    In-house moves to outsourced

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