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Moore Australia (WA) client joins ASX with $6M IPO

Moore Australia congratulates client Singular Health, for making its debut on the ASX today.

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Property and Taxes - inheritance nuances

They say trust is hard earned but easily lost. The same can be said for a person’s wealth. Death and taxes (the only two certainties in life) are topics not often discussed within family groups around the dinner table. However, I strongly advocate that family members have discussions regarding wills and wishes while they can, to avoid unintended tax implications eroding the asset pool upon succession due to a lack of communication or well considered advice.

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Payment Times Reporting - what you need to know

The new Payment Times Reporting Scheme (PTRS) applies from 1 January 2021 and requires certain entities (including but not limited to) companies to publicly report on their payment terms and practices for their small business suppliers. This is achieved primarily through the imposition of a bi-annual reporting requirement whereby effected entities must provide details of their payment terms for small business. This information is then published on a public register which can then be accessed by any interested party.

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Incentivising key employees and retaining talent

Forward thinking businesses understand that retaining key loyal staff, especially in the current environment is critical to business survival and igniting growth, but how do you keep staff happy in such difficult trading conditions?

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Director Identification Number requirements explained

2020 saw the Government enact the Treasury Laws Amendment (Registries Modernisation and Other Measures) Act 2020 (Cth). The legislation sets out the legal framework for the new director identification number (DIN) regime. Learn more about DIN as Noé Vicca outlines the requirements and action required.

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Lead advisory and cross-border transactions in the post-pandemic era

With a ‘new normal’ to how transactions are being executed in the post-pandemic era, Asia Pacific (APAC) is seeing a flurry of M&A activity across the region. Find out more about our Lead Advisory Services offered by the Moore Australia Corporate Finance Division, as well as how cross-border transactions in the APAC region differ and what makes them successful.

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OECD releases Transfer Pricing Guidance for COVID-19

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) released guidance on the transfer pricing implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Nghi Huynh from Moore Global's member company Arminino in America summarises the key points in her blog.

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What is a Discretionary Trust?

Many of Moore Australia’s clients have discretionary trusts. For some clients, understandably discretionary trusts can be hard to get their head around given they are largely driven by historical trust law and from a tax perspective, some complicated tax law.  

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Property and Taxes - unpleasant surprises

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) state that "the most common capital gains tax (CGT) event happens when you sell or give away a CGT asset such as real estate, including your family home, holiday home, investment property, hobby farm or vacant block of land". Nearly all investors are aware of CGT in relation to investment properties, but the situation is different in relation to other properties, especially family homes.

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A message from the VIC CEO

As the year comes to a close, we reflect on another 12 months of steady growth and development for Moore Australia (VIC).

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Manufacturing Modernisation Fund Round Two

The program guidelines and key funding details have been released for Round Two of the Manufacturing Modernisation Fund, which aims to help Australian manufacturers scale-up, compete internationally and create jobs.

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2020-21 Victorian State Budget

On 24 November 2020, the Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas handed down the 2020-21 Victoria State Budget. The aim of the Budget is clear: to protect and create jobs, look after families, build strong and connected communities and build towards a strong economic recovery.