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Former Bondi accounting firm hit with $30k fine A former Sydney accounting firm will now be forced to pay close to $30,000 in penalties after failing to comply with Fair Work directions. Write comment (0 Comme...
JobMaker ‘highly discriminative’ to small businesses, sole traders: IPA The strict eligibility criteria for the JobMaker hiring credit, including the need to report through Single Touch Payroll, are set to potentially shut out or disincentiv...
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Federal Court orders wind-up of unlicensed SMSF firms The Federal Court has ordered the wind-up of two unlicensed financial services businesses which ASIC alleges provided direct property development investment opportunities...
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What Melbourne’s reopening means for accountants and bookkeepers Melbourne accountants and bookkeepers will be forced to wait a little longer to return to the office according to the latest guidance from the Victorian government. ...
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CPA Australia’s outgoing president reflects on term CPA Australia’s immediate past president, Peter Wilson, has assured members that the board will continue to build on his goal of restoring confidence in the professiona...
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Businesses push for reopening as Victoria records no new coronavirus cases Melbourne businesses are waiting on a reopening announcement today with bated breath as the state records no new cases overnight. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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ASIC paid KPMG $118k for chair’s personal tax affairs The corporate regulator paid KPMG over $118,000 for personal tax advice provided to chair James Shipton to help him relocate from the US. Write comment (27 Comm...
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ASIC chair steps aside pending investigation The chair of the corporate regulator has stepped aside effective immediately, pending an investigation into relocation expenses incurred by him and his deputy chair. ...
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CPAs give government pandemic response tick of approval CPA members have largely approved of the federal government’s public health response to COVID-19 but have now called for focus to be placed on economic recovery planni...
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1 in 5 businesses seeking credit as revenues stabilise: ABS Around a third of businesses believe they have enough cash on hand to sustain operations for less than three months, as fewer businesses continue to report a decrease in ...
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