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Buying assets: who needs tax due diligence?

Michelle Bennett shows how buyers can minimise risks and reap the profits they are hoping for by properly conducting their due diligence.
Modified date: 10/09/2014
Regulatory update

Video: Indirect tax and big data

Dermot Gaffney, Head of Indirect Tax at KPMG Australia and Tim Gillis, KPMG's Global Head of Indirect Tax, talk indirect tax and big data.
Modified date: 8/09/2014

Tax in the Cloud: A briefing for Tax Directors

This report addresses a number of direct and indirect issues, challenges and opportunities that can arise when adopting cloud services.
Modified date: 5/09/2014
Survey report

A principled approach to ATO debt recovery

Peter Murray elucidates the ATO's approach to debt recovery when tax disputes arise.
Modified date: 29/08/2014
Regulatory update

The identity crisis of Bitcoins: money or something else?

Keith Polkinghorne discusses the still unsettled GST treatment of Bitcoin transactions in Australia, and the potential tax risks.
Modified date: 18/08/2014
Business and industry issue; Regulatory update

Majority of countries not treating GST refunds efficiently: KPMG survey

A global KPMG survey has shown that the majority of countries are not processing GST refunds efficiently.
Modified date: 14/08/2014
Press release

Income tax assessments: Object or amend?

Catherine Dean clarifies the difference between making an objection and requesting an amendment, when tax return errors arise.
Modified date: 13/08/2014
Regulatory update

Carbon tax repeal & fuel excise indexation: getting it right

Michael McAuliffe tallies up the effects of the carbon price repeal on fuel tax credits.
Modified date: 30/07/2014
Business and industry issue; Regulatory update

A debt transfer isn’t liable to stamp duty, is it?

Cullen Smythe debunks the myth that stamp duty is not owed on transferral of a debt.
Modified date: 16/07/2014
Regulatory update

Dispute settlement: Is there a GST sting in the tail?

Kate Law reminds taxpayers involved in disputes to consider whether GST is payable on the settlement sum.
Modified date: 15/07/2014
Regulatory update
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