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While property owners have become an easy target for state governments to raise revenue, experts warn the measures will hurt tenants and distort the market.

The joint bodies have called for policy changes to combat the critical shortage of external auditors.

The savings will be redirected to high-demand advisory work with a focus on technology and AI.

Recent KPMG research has revealed that only 29 per cent of companies feel ready to have their ESG data assured despite looming regulatory deadlines.

The TPB’s draft guidance does not rule out whether practitioners will be required to report offending actions that occurred before 1 July 2024, the association says.

Engaging staff as contractors rather than employees can pose significant risks for not-for-profits, particularly directors, warns HLB Mann Judd.

The Greens party have called for PwC to be restricted from tendering for government work for five years in the final inquiry report.

The committee has made a raft of recommendations aimed at the consulting and accounting sectors in its final report for the consulting firm inquiry.

A selective capital reduction to extinguish Division 7A loans that raised the Tax Office's eyebrows was not a “sham”, the Federal Court has ruled.

The IPA has cautioned against certain proposals to extend the ATO’s investigative powers and says a more comprehensive review is required.

The Queensland government plans to adjust the eligibility criteria for the regional payroll tax discount and extend the 50 per cent payroll tax rebate for apprentices.

The court has clarified the meaning of ‘dominant use’ when claiming exemptions for primary production land in a ruling against a billionaire’s horse racing stable.

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