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PKF Australia

Accountants and Business Advisers

Our Blogs

19 Apr 2018

You get what you reward

Are you wondering why your team just won’t deliver the outcomes you are after? You keep on banging on about results this and cashflow that and what about those sales targets – they just don’t seem to get it.

11 Apr 2018

Claiming the cost of repairs on a rental property? What you can and can’t claim

Need to do some repairs on your rental property? You may be able to deduct these repairs and maintenance costs.

11 Apr 2018

ATO cracking down on your work-related expenses

Did you know that the ATO scrutinises every tax return? This year, the ATO is cracking down on taxpayers claiming incorrect ‘other’ work-related expenses. It’s important to make sure you don’t claim more than you are entitled to!

11 Apr 2018

Investing in Bitcoin? Know the tax implications

A bit confused about Bitcoin? What is it and what does tax have to do with it? Here, we share a few key facts and the tax consequences that may arise if you are thinking about investing (or have already invested) in Bitcoin.

11 Apr 2018

Quarterly Insights: Australian Healthcare Equipment and Services March 2018

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

11 Apr 2018

Quarterly Insights: Australian Food Manufacturing & Distribution March 2018

PKF Melbourne Corporate Finance are pleased to present the Food Manufacturing & Distribution Insights for the March 2018 quarter, including a review of key mergers and acquisitions activity in the industry.

04 Apr 2018

Are you data breach ready?

On 22 February 2018 mandatory data breach notifications (Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme) obligations came into effect for organisations with an annual revenue in excess of $3 million per annum.

28 Mar 2018

Removal of the Main Residence Exemption for Foreign Residents

On 9th May 2017, the Australian Government announced a series of reforms to reduce pressure on housing affordability. The main change introduced was the removal of the main residence exemption for Australian Captain Gains Tax (CGT) purposes for foreign residents (both current and future).

27 Mar 2018

Market Update: Current state of play for the sale of your business

The general climate for divestment activity in Australia has been strong for some time. Despite recent jitters on the ASX, equity funding is readily available in a wide variety of forms for good quality opportunities and we have worked on a number of successful IPO’s in the last 12 – 18 months across several offices.

27 Mar 2018

Equity Crowdfunding: A welcome change for Australian businesses

Newly created or converted public companies making CSF offers will not have to comply with certain reporting, audit and AGM obligations that would usually apply to public companies, for up to five years.

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