A recent decision made by the New South Wales court of Appeal has again raised the profile of the grouping provisions for Payroll Tax purposes. Specifically, the case concerned revolved around the interaction of grouping provisions and companies or employing entities that may on the face of it be unconnected.
Further to the Government’s tinkering in respect of the taxation of superannuation last year, additional requirements have been put into place for superannuation funds, including SMSF’s who will now have to report certain income stream events to the ATO.
Treasury has finally released the draft legislation detailing the changes proposed in the 2017-18 Federal Budget surrounding the CGT main residence exemption.
On Wednesday 16 August ESV hosted clients and guests from the property and funds management industry at a boardroom lunch to celebrate Bledisloe Cup and ESV’s Community Partnership with Randwick Rugby. Guests had the pleasure of listening to rugby legends Bob Dwyer and Owen Finegan speak of the highlights of...
The retrospective change in the small company tax rate is starting to register for companies across the country. The tax rate change came at a significantly late point in the 2016/17 tax year and as such may have caught some taxpayers by surprise.