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July 2022

Federal Government makes electric vehicles exempt from FBT

Treasury Laws Amendment (Electric Car Discount) Bill 2022 was introduced which proposes to make the provision of zero or low emissions vehicles exempt from fringe benefits tax (FBT).  


Despite interest rates continuing to rise, M&A activity remains strong in the APAC market for the final quarter of FY2022

ASIC Extends 30 June 2022 Reporting Deadlines for Unlisted Entities

ASIC has just announced that they are extending the reporting deadlines unlisted entities with 30 June 2022 reporting obligations to ASIC by one month.  This involves year-ends and half-years ending between 24 June 2022 – 7 July 2022.

Great turnout at Viet Nam Industry and Trade Forum

Moore Australia was pleased to co-host a Viet Nam Industry and Trade Forum on Thursday 21 July 2022 in conjunction with the Western Australia Viet Nam Business Council and Viet Nam Consulate.   

Start-ups - where do I start?

Every successful business begins with a simple thought, an inventive idea or identifying a niche in the market which grows into a viable and commercial operation. For those looking to start their own business, it can seem a daunting task with a seemingly endless web of information available. However, seeking appropriate professional advice and assistance early on will simplify the process and allow you to focus on turning your idea into a reality. Two critical issues to consider during the early stages when launching your start-up business will be what entity or structure the business will operate, and how to fund the business through each stage of its lifecycle. These two considerations will form part of your business plan and the pitch to potential investors.

Introducing - Business Lifecycle Series

Great ideas can lead to great innovations and thriving businesses.  Our team of business advisors have developed a series of articles on the Business Lifecycle covering everything from an idea to succession or sale of your business.   

ATO authority to issue Director Penalty Notice

The Tax Administration Act 1953 empowers the ATO to issue a DPN which ultimately seeks to impose personal liability on a company’s director in respect to certain tax debts owing by the company.