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PKF Australia

Accountants and Business Advisers

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26 06 2014

NSW Budget 2014

The New South Wales Treasurer, Andrew Constance, released the State’s Budget on 17 June 2014

20 06 2014

Payroll Tax: Be ready for your Annual Reconciliations

When is Payroll tax lodgement and payment due? 21 July 2014

16 06 2014

Fair Entitlements Guarantee (FEG): proposal to tighten employee safety net

There has been a lot of press surrounding the belt tightening measures introduced by last month’s Federal Budget, but proposed changes to cap some claims under FEG seem to have flown under the radar.

30 04 2014

Business sale earnout arrangements back in spotlight

In December last year the Government announced it would proceed with the long-standing proposal to provide “look-through” treatment for qualifying earnout arrangements.

24 04 2014

Lending to companies? Stay ahead of the queue

“Neither a lender or a borrower be” seems like good advice but is hardly realistic in the world of business.

01 04 2014

What happens to your personal guarantees if you die?

Usually, business owners are required to sign personal guarantees to secure their business loans. This gives the finance lender access to all of your personal assets in the event that you default on a loan.

25 03 2014

System integration - getting it all together

In a recent blog post our Sydney Assurance Partner, Scott Tobutt, wrote about the importance of risk management in the governance apparatus of your business, its impact on strategy, and practical steps towards implementing a risk management system.

18 03 2014

Claim R&D Tax credits before 30 April

With the R&D Tax Incentive 30 April 2014 deadline looming, we thought we would take the opportunity to provide you with some further details on the program.

11 03 2014

Achieve a rewarding business exit

Business owners are often so focused on running their enterprise that they neglect to plan for a rewarding business exit.

19 02 2014

Fringe Benefits Tax changes

The Coalition Government has reversed the proposed car fringe benefits changes, restoring the status quo. As a result, the statutory formula method is still allowed as an alternative to the log book method.

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