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PKF Australia

Accountants and Business Advisers

Our Blogs

02 06 2015

Is your charity complying?

A guide to the ACNC’s regulatory approach and self-assessment compliance test are the latest tools available from the regulator.

02 06 2015

IASB concludes its response to the global financial crisis

The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) completed the final element, impairment, of its comprehensive response to the global financial crisis by issuing IFRS 9 ‘Financial Instruments’.

02 06 2015

APRA rules on risk management

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has released the final version of its new risk-management standard and associated guidance.

02 06 2015

More Australians are buying property with super, here’s why

Leading up to 2015 budget announcements in May 2015 there was a lot of media attention on the possible decision by the government to remove the ability for SMSFs to borrow to acquire property.

31 03 2015

Treasurer signals major tax reform is coming

The Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey has released Re:think, a 196-page positioning paper to open national dialogue on Australia’s future tax system and shape a clear change prior to the next election.

19 02 2015

R&D Tax incentive registration date looms

The research and development (R&D) tax incentive provides a targeted tax offset to encourage certain companies to conduct R&D that benefits Australia.  It is a broad-based, market driven program that aims to boost company competitiveness, improve productivity and deliver economy-wide benefits to Australia.

12 02 2015

YouTube income deemed assessable By ATO

Taxpayers who earn money by posting content to YouTube will have to declare their income as assessable after a recent ruling by the ATO.

06 02 2015

How to price your products appropriately for the market

Choosing the right pricing strategy strengthens your chance of achieving turnover and profit in line with your objectives.

21 01 2015

How effective are your Retention of Title clauses?

Retention of Title (“RoT”) or “Romalpa” clauses generally form part of a suppliers’ terms of their credit application and are often replicated on invoices and statements.

14 01 2015

Bankruptcy from both sides of the fence

No one wants to go bankrupt and no one wants their debtors not to pay them. However the ‘Big B’ is something most business people will have to deal with from one side of the fence or the other.

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