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BE BROADMINDED AND LOOK BEYOND THE USUAL SUSPECTS WHEN CHOOSING A SUCCESSOR

CEOs who follow ESG principles when hiring new leaders create a stronger business for the future.

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Using FTAs to unlock booming opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region

Do you know what a free trade agreement (FTA) is and how it works? Do you know how many Australia currently has?

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2022-2023 Federal Budget Report

The Treasurer, the Honourable Josh Frydenberg MP, handed down the 2022-23 Federal Budget at 7:30 pm (AEDT) on 29 March 2022.

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2022-2023 Federal Budget Summary

Learn all about the key takeaways from the 2022-2023 Federal Budget with our summary of all the major budget announcements.

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Moore Australia welcomes migration agents Minh Nguyen and Ruobing Yang

Moore Australia (NSW) is proud to welcome Minh Nugyen as a registered migration agent, and Ruobing Yang as Migration Advisor to the team. Between them, they represent over 20 years’ experience in Migration.

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S100A and Trusts – what is the ATO concerned with?

Trusts are a popular structure for family businesses and groups because of its inherent asset protection, flexibility and ability to pass assets to future generations with limited tax consequences. Moore Australia tax experts discuss what the ATO is concerned with and upcoming changes. 

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WA COVID-19 BUSINESS ASSISTANCE PACKAGE

The West Australian Government has announced a $72 million package for businesses impacted by the Level 2 public health and social measures.

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Flood Disaster Assistance available

Large parts of south-east Queensland and Northern New South Wales have been devastated by floods.  Emergency crews are stretched beyond normal limits and thousands of residents and businesses have a long road ahead.   There are a number of relief and recovery programs available to residents in both Queensland and New South Wales from state and federal Governments.  The information is regularly updated and we’ve put together a few links that we hope will help you find information a little easier.  

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Brisbane office closed due to flooding

Effective, Monday 28 February 2022, our Brisbane office has closed until further notice, as the flooding along the Brisbane River subsides. 

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2021-22 Federal Budget measures enacted and other updates

Over the last couple of weeks, various Bills have received Royal Assent and various measures which were announced in last year’s Federal Budget have now become law.

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NSW Small Business Support Program

Eligible businesses can receive 20% of their weekly payroll paid as a lump sum for the month of February 2022. The minimum payment will be $750 per week and the maximum payment is set at $5,000 per week. Non-employing businesses will receive a lump sum of $2,000 (i.e., $500 per week).

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Car Parking Fringe Benefits – changes to consider before 1 April 2022

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) released a Taxation Ruling (TR) 2021/2 which considers when a parking station is considered a commercial car parking station for the purposes of Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) provisions.