Category: Australia

The New Requirement for Director IDs

December 10, 2021 | Daniel Wilkie

In June 2020 new legislation was passed that changes how directors are required to identify themselves. This change was the first step made in an...

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COVID-19 Financial Support for Individuals and Businesses – August 2021 Update

August 23, 2021 | Dianne Lee

While the Federal Government’s Jobkeeper and Cash Flow Boost have wrapped up, the ongoing pandemic and resulting lockdowns continue. This means that businesses and individuals...

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Federal Budget Update 2021

May 12, 2021 | Matthew Marcarian

Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg presented the Australian Budget on 11th May 2021.  Our Principal, Matthew Marcarian outlines the key budget announcements that may affect our...

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Tax obligations of expats living in Australia on a “Distinguished Talent Visa”

April 23, 2021 | Dianne Lee

There are many pathways that you can take when coming to live in Australia on a permanent basis. The “Distinguished Talent Visa”, subclass 858, is...

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Australians moving to the USA: Key Differences in the Australian and US tax system

April 2, 2021 | Dianne Lee

Like any overseas move, moving from Australia to the United States will mean that you will encounter a brand new taxation system.  If you’re used...

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Changes to Foreign Surcharge: Discretionary Trusts with property in NSW or VIC

March 22, 2021 | Daniel Wilkie

Discretionary trusts provide flexibility in relation to revenue and capital distributions. This is one of the reasons they are a common choice for families. However,...

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Employee Share Schemes: Overview of Tax Concessions and Considerations

January 29, 2021 | Matthew Marcarian

Employee Share Schemes (ESS) involve an employer giving employees a benefit through the provision of shares in the company that the employee is working for....

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Why Living Abroad For Six Months Doesn’t Automatically Mean You’re No Longer An Australian Tax Resident

January 19, 2021 | Daniel Wilkie

When it comes to tax residency, the six month rule is quite simple to understand: live in a country for at least six months, or...

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What To Consider When Trading In Cryptocurrency

November 13, 2020 | Daniel Benmayor

This year has seen the ATO crack down on individuals who have been trading in cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin. This is a reminder for those...

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Federal Budget Changes

October 12, 2020 | Dianne Lee

This Federal Budget has been shadowed by the economic uncertainty and unusual difficulties faced under the coronavirus. This means there has been a general expectation...

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