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6
Nov

Lease Incentives - Considerations for Lessors

Lease incentives continue to be a major constituent in attracting first-rate long-term commercial tenants.  Incentives can be relatively simple arrangements, such as cash payments and rent free periods, to more complex arrangements combining multiple factors.

27
Oct

ESV Partner Attends TAG Alliance International Conference in Hong Kong

From the 19th to the 23rd of October, Kurt Baker attended the international conference of the TAG Alliances in Hong Kong.  As one of the founding members of The International Accounting Group® (TIAG®), ESV regularly attends these international conferences to gain valuable insight into global commercial, business and taxation issues. 

16
Oct

ESV Sponsors the Aqua Army

ESV has continued its proud involvement in community and charitable events, recently sponsoring the “Aqua Army” in the Camp Quality 2014 esCarpade, Broken Hill to Albury.

9
Oct

Lease Incentives - Considerations for Leasee's

Lease incentives continue to be used by landlords as an inducement to tenants to enter into a commercial lease.   Finding the right commercial premises for your business can be a long drawn out process and when it is finally identified, the accounting, tax and cashflow implications of entering into the...

9
Oct

Professional Partnerships Under Increased ATO Scrutiny

The ATO has issued draft guidance regarding the use of structures in relation to professional practices adopting an effective “look through” approach to the income levels of the Individual Professional Practitioners (IPP). This follows on from the Tax Payer Alert TA 2013/3 issued last year when the ATO which set...

9
Oct

CGT on UK Properties for Non Residents

As foreshadowed in our article on overseas properties the UK government has announced that, from April 2015, non-residents disposing of UK residential property will be subject to Capital Gains Tax (CGT).