Tax

Tax

Innovation

Will innovation and science play a role in the Federal Budget?

In recent years, Australia has been vocal in its desire to evolve to a tax system and broader economic policy that is profoundly pro-innovation. – read more..

Leadership

Just how competitive do we want to be?

When it comes to taxation competitiveness and particularly corporate taxation, we have pretty modest goals and aims – to be a bit competitive (but not too much) – read more..

Leadership

Some early signs of significant shifts in global tax policy

Tax mismatches and arbitrages will no longer be the basis for competitive advantage. – read more..

Advisory

Investing in US property? Consider the tax consequences and plan appropriately

Australian investors must closely examine their structuring into US property – read more..

Consumer Business

reThink consumer business models

New tax treaty will have a wide ranging impact on business, particularly on multinationals. – read more..

Tax

R&D tax treatment may change in 2017

As we near the finale of the 2016 Deloitte Tech Fast 50 competition, and the close of 2016, it is timely to consider what further tax developments we can expect in 2017 which will affect innovative rapid growth tech companies. – read more..

Tax

Tech Fast Trend: Top tax tips for international expansion of fast growing businesses

For those businesses nominating for Technology Fast 50, the challenge is more about moving beyond the start-up phase where cash is burned and revenue limited. Getting cash into the business is king! Once in growth phase, tax losses are likely to be carried forward to shelter some scaling of revenue and profitability, which is a natural outcome of the tax system. – read more..

Tax

Superannuation changes: $500,000 lifetime non-concessional contribution cap to be dumped

An individual with a super balance of more than $1.6 million will no longer be eligible to make non-concessional contributions. – read more..

Tax

Superannuation changes: $500,000 lifetime non-concessional contribution cap to be dumped

An individual with a super balance of more than $1.6 million will no longer be eligible to make non-concessional contributions.

– read more..

Tax

Tax transparency affects retailers the most

‘Tax transparency is here to stay, and business will face increasing pressure to be more transparent about their tax affairs.’ – read more..