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07 December 2018
16 October 2018
11 October 2018
BDO and Thomson Reuters are holding an event where you can hear from the ATO about their ongoing Justified Trust Programs. Under these programs, Australia's 'Top 1000' companies (that is, those over $250m revenue) and SME 320 (private groups) are being systematically engaged and risk assessed.
It's a great feeling when you finally get through the sale of your business. You've got that lump sum in the bank and tax effectively out of your business and the stress of the last few months (or longer) is behind you. However, there are still questions to consider even after you complete the...
BDO is pleased to invite you to register for our Financial Reporting and Accounting Standards webinar series for 2019.
Most of us want to be in control of our finances, but taking the first steps towards financial planning can seem daunting. It doesn’t need to be though if you first take a step back and assess what stage of life you are in and how this impacts your financial position.
The period of uncertainty and caution exhibited over the last few years which saw many of the ASX Listed Junior Explorers take their foot off the accelerator, may have come to an end.
Over the last few years, individuals across the world have slowly started to appreciate that their data has real value. People are realising that the personal information they have been eagerly posting onto social media platforms is valuable.
The ATO is focusing on Australian taxpayers who distribute goods or digital products/services acquired from related foreign entities. The release of draft guidance PCG 2018/D8 provides the latest ATO framework for inbound distributors to assess their transfer pricing risk.
Australia has continued a robust and restrictive legislative reform program. It aims to protect Australian jobs by increasing the quality and economic contribution of skilled migrants, and by only accessing them when the required skills are unavailable in Australian workers.
Recently BDO Melbourne was pleased to collaborate with the Australia China Business council to host the Future of Retail Forum.