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Moore Australia welcomes ATO announcement of cryptocurrency data matching

Moore Australia today welcomed the announcement of the new ATO data matching programme, geared at cryptocurrency.  The data matching programme will obtain client identification details and transaction details from cryptocurrency designated service providers, and will extend to the 2023 financial year.  

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Year End Tax Planning for Businesses

With the end of the 2020-2021 financial year fast approaching, there are many tax planning strategies that as a business owner you need to consider and have in place before 30 June 2021. If you haven’t done so already, now is the time to review your tax affairs to ensure you have taken advantage of relevant reliefs available to you, addressed items that need to be done, and considered planning opportunities. Our team has worked together to prepare a handy ‘Year End Tax Planning Guide for Businesses’ which is available for you to download.

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Moore Australia client debuts on the NSX with $4.2m IPO

Congratulations to our client Smart Auto Australia Limited for making its debut on the National Stock Exchange in Sydney yesterday. “We are thrilled for Smart Auto Australia, and their NSX listing today”, says Moore Australia (WA) Managing Partner, David Tomasi.  

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Cryptocurrency - tax issues to consider for individuals

We may not understand the dynamics of how cryptocurrency works (very few do), but the last few days and weeks have highlighted the volatility of the cryptocurrency market. Whilst we are not economists and cannot explain how a couple of tweets can cripple the crypto market, we are well placed to advise you on the tax ramifications of buying and selling cryptocurrency.  

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The Inconvenient Truth about Sustainability

World leaders are adopting tough emissions targets in an attempt to significantly reduce the impact of global warming by 2050. However, question marks remain over how the necessary reductions can be achieved.

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A sharper focus on intangibles

The taxation of intangible assets is a complex area of taxation and further complexity is added where there are international related party dealings in respect to these assets. Significant legislative and interpretative changes are being made in relation to the taxation of intangibles which impact taxpayers.  

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Property and Taxes - Commercial property considerations

A must read for current and prospective commercial property investors! Beyond its immediate impact, the COVID-19 pandemic also shook up the commercial real estate market. The long-term ramifications of this will be felt for a while. For example, with many employers incorporating flexible work from home policies, there has been a substantial shift in how businesses factor in the importance of and need for spacious offices. In addition to the impact the pandemic has had on the commercial office sector, a substantial impact can also be seen on the retail sector with the increasing number of vacancies in retail spaces over the last 12 months. With all these long-term issues engulfing the property market, owners of commercial properties will be considering offering generous lease incentives to attract prospective tenants.  

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Superannuation Guarantee: Employer considerations

The superannuation guarantee rate will increase from 9.5% to 10% from 1 July 2021.  We look at how this impacts businesses and give practical tips for employers to consider in the lead up to the change.

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FRC APPOINTS MOORE AUSTRALIA DIRECTOR TO AUASB

Moore Australia is proud to hear the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has announced the appointment of Moore Australia Director, Michelle Shafizadeh to the Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (AUASB). As the independent Commonwealth body responsible for developing, issuing, and maintaining auditing and assurance standards in Australia, the AUASB is recognised as contributing to enhanced credibility in external reporting through independent auditing and assurance.  

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2021-2022 Victorian State Budget

On 20 May 2021, the Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas handed down the 2021-22 Victorian State Budget. A number of tax-related measures were announced in a Budget that is designed to assist Victoria in bouncing back from the pandemic, with a focus on creating jobs and caring for Victorians, particularly mental health initiatives.  

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2021-2022 Victorian State Budget

On 20 May 2021, the Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas handed down the 2021-22 Victorian State Budget. A number of tax-related measures were announced in a Budget that is designed to assist Victoria in bouncing back from the pandemic, with a focus on creating jobs and caring for Victorians, particularly mental health initiatives.  

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Helping Victorian Schools Meet Their Reporting Requirements

Victorian schools, are you ready for the VRQA Financial Management Guidelines?