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PKF Australia

Accountants and Business Advisers

Our Blogs

22 May 2012

What my last wave can teach you about income protection

For the first 30 seconds it was all about survival, with the first priority getting to shore, but within the first minute of the injury I was already wondering about what would happen to my family financially if I was off work for an extended period of time, or even if my injuries were permanent.

21 May 2012

When disaster strikes

The recent storms which ravaged Newcastle and surrounding areas were an outstanding representation of the Novocastrian spirit, and sense of community support and goodwill that epitomises our great city.

19 May 2012

New drought support package for farming community

On 8 May 2015, the Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss announced a new $333 million package for drought assistance.

28 Apr 2012

Australian IPO Markets

CY2014 was the most active year for initial public offerings (IPO’s) over the last 10 years, with more than A$15 billion being raised across 69 IPO’s.

28 Apr 2012

Insolvency Reform

There has been some insolvency ‘action’ in the Parliament and in the Courts recently with the release of two long awaited reports, and the handing down of a High Court decision clarifying some previously ‘cloudy’ timing issues.

16 Apr 2012

Safe harbours on the horizon

Directors should be acutely aware of their personal financial liabilities and in particular their exposure to liability for insolvent trading under the Corporations Act.

30 Mar 2012

Proposed changes to financial reporting for providers of residential aged care and home care

To improve and simplify financial reporting in the Aged Care sector, a new Comprehensive Financial Report (CFR) is in development. This new streamlined report will replace the current reporting structure and come into effect for the 2015-16 financial year.

27 Mar 2012

Get prepared: It's FBT time again

As you know, the end of March signals the end of the Fringe Benefits Tax year, and all the associated reporting requirements.

03 Mar 2012

Have your say: Government calls for input on Single Touch Payroll

Single Touch Payroll (STP) is set to dramatically reduce the reporting obligations of payroll departments to the ATO by simplifying ongoing requirements to a once-off automated submission.

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