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At a recent Economics Committee hearing, gas industry representatives and outside experts disagreed on the potential for resource rent taxes to deter investment.

The nation's largest private groups have once again been put on notice about the consequences of not maintaining fit-for-purpose tax governance and reporting frameworks.

Payroll expert warns accountants will be exposed to additional financial and legal risk should the FWC accede to the ACTU’s double-leave-half-pay reform.

Following a “significant” tribunal decision, the ATO has committed to business as usual despite its confirmed RDTI powers.

The Audit Office found the ATO’s transfer pricing review frameworks to be “largely effective” despite consistently falling short of its aims.

The new standard aims to boost the transparency and comparability of financial statements by standardising presentation and adding a range of metrics.

The ATO is targeting unlawful tax and super scheme promoters, citing “serious” penalties and reputational risk.

Sail through the busy season with all the advantages cloud accounting offers.

The self-employed and trust beneficiaries are gaming Australia’s progressive tax system to pay less, and our tax system gives them “myriad” opportunities to do so, expert says.

Australia's tough stance on global tax avoidance was undermined by its vote against a “genuine” attempt to fix a “broken system”, academic says.

A taxpayer charged with attempting to make a false research and development tax offset claim was unsuccessful in claiming the ATO had unlawfully shared information with prosecutors.

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