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25 02 2019

Superannuation Contribution Limits

Contribution limits prevent me from putting more into my super now…. what do I do?

25 02 2019

Successful Leaders, Time is of the Essence

What are the most successful leaders out there actually doing with their most valuable resource: time? What goes in their diaries?

25 02 2019

Tax Tips for Doing Business Overseas

When considering doing business overseas, it is important to have proper planning at the start of the process. Generally, the purpose of tax planning is to ensure the structure is efficient for tax purposes (i.e. to get the lowest effective rate possible within the desired risk profile) and to make sure there are no hidden tax costs that have not been considered.

19 02 2019

Are you paying the right amount of land tax?

With only 60 days from the date of your assessment to file an objection, it is important that you turn your attention to your land tax to ensure you are paying the right amount and that you are not paying more than you need to.

22 01 2019

ASIC Releases Proposed Industry Funding Fees

In 2017, the Federal Government passed laws whereby ASIC will recover most of its regulatory costs via levies from the industries that it regulates.

22 01 2019

Data Analysis - Is Your Organisation Still Sitting On The Sideline?

Being able to see through the vast swathes of data is an ever-increasing concern for most organisations, yet surprisingly this is not just a recent phenomenon.

22 01 2019

Interim Reports - New Disclosures For AASB 9 & 15

There are a number of disclosure matters that you need to consider in relation to their impact on the interim half-year financial report.

21 01 2019

To Hedge Or Not To Hedge Under IFRS 9

IFRS 9 introduces a number of choices to the application of hedge accounting, and its overall objective is to improve the value of financial statements in decision-making by capturing the impact of an entity’s risk management strategies on its financial operations.

21 01 2019

NFP Sector Getting Caught In Red Tape With Peppercorn Leases

A peppercorn lease refers to leases of assets where the required lease payments are significantly below market value.

18 01 2019

Quarterly Insights: Australian Healthcare Equipment and Services

PKF Melbourne Corporate Finance is pleased to present the Healthcare Equipment and Services Insights for the December 2018 quarter, including a review of key mergers and acquisitions activity in the industry.

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