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.
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A common concern for businesses is how to efficiently finance innovation programs
Stricter lending standards have been a common theme imposed upon Australia’s big four banks. A fear that a large number of new apartment buyers may not be able to settle on purchases made off the plan has led to the tightening of loan-to-value ratio requirements.
We discuss the changes proposed for superannuation on Budget night 2016.
For many businesses, an increase in access to tax concessions can have a major impact. A key point in the recent Federal Budget announcements was that the Government will seek to provide small businesses with access to a number of tax concessions.
“Incentives may be taxable fringe benefits provided by the motor vehicle dealerships, where the dealerships actively or passively participate in the provision of the benefit”
The blackest hat in Australia’s tax reform debate is worn by negative gearing. Yet negative gearing isn’t evil, and it isn’t a loophole in the tax system.
“Borne out of the 1985 Draft White Paper produced by the Hawke/Keating Government, the taxation of capital gains was introduced primarily for equity reasons and to improve economic efficiency.”
“Deloitte tax@hand is the first tax app to provide a global outlook, as well as meaningful, data-driven local insights, information and strategic advice on the big tax issues that affect your business. It’s a one-stop shop for all things tax, as and when you need it.”
“Following the amendments to the Thin Capitalisation safe harbour, debt deductions denied are estimated to rise from $0.8 billion to $8.7 billion – in view of these changes, there is likely to be an increase in ATO Thin Capitalisation review activity”