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12 02 2020

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.

06 02 2020

Lessons To Be Learnt From NZ On Tackling Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

It has been estimated that around $1.35 billion NZD from the proceeds of fraud offending and illegal drugs are laundered through New Zealand businesses each year, with the true cost being much higher due to the social harm that is caused. In Australia, the estimate is significantly higher, yet New Zealand is ahead of Australia with how they are trying to tackle the issue.

06 02 2020

New Changes To ASX Listing Rules

The Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) is always reviewing and implementing continuous improvement to their Listing Rules and Guidance to ensure that adequate information is being provided within the market to provide transparency. During the second half of the 2019 calendar year, the ASX released a consultation paper on proposed changes which it has received and reviewed responses to. As of 1 December 2019, the majority of these changes will come into effect.

06 02 2020

Not-For-Profit's Time To Shine

The next round of accounting standard changes is looming over the Not-For-Profit (NFP) sector but is everyone ready?

06 02 2020

Snapshot: PKF International Assurance And Tax Meeting - Dubai 2019

We shared many great ideas within the PKF network and are all up for the challenge to continue with the momentum as we turn these new learnt initiatives into real value for you, our clients.

30 01 2020

Bush Fire Assistance – What Is The Government Doing And What Are The Tax Repercussions?

The devastating bush fires sweeping across the country have shocked not only Australians but the world. Since the spark of the 2019 fire season, over 10 million hectares have been burned. Lives have been lost, destroyed and torn apart. But what is the government doing and what are the tax repercussions?

28 01 2020

Wage Theft Isn't About Good vs Evil: It's About A Fair Go

Woolworths joins a growing list of Australia’s most recognisable brands that are being caught out by wage underpayment including Wesfarmers, Qantas, the Commonwealth Bank, Super Retail Group. Wage underpayment is no longer the domain of gritty corner shops or service stations. Many of these brands have been caught out by complex issues stemming from a handful of clauses in the Agreements and Awards.

21 01 2020

Quarterly Insights: Australian Healthcare Equipment and Services

PKF Melbourne Corporate Finance is pleased to present the Healthcare Equipment and Services Insights for the December 2019 quarter, including a summary of key merger and acquisition transactions observed in the industry.

21 01 2020

Quarterly Insights: Australian Food Manufacturing & Distribution December 2019

PKF Melbourne Corporate Finance is pleased to present the Food Manufacturing & Distribution Insights for the December 2019 quarter, including a summary of key merger and acquisition transactions observed in the industry.

17 01 2020

The Royal Debacle - Achieving Financial Independence

The world’s eyes have been firmly on the British Royal Family since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made the shock announcement that they would step back as “senior” members and seek to become financially independent. Financial independence has become the focus of the debacle with questions abounding about how Harry and Meghan can possibly achieve this goal.

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