Lateral hires support succession and a CFO is often uniquely placed to step up as CEO Making the jump can minimise business disruption, retain business knowledge and leverage relationships Team trust, an ability to influence and broad business knowledge can ready a CFO for the top job In a dynamic talent market it’s more important … Continued
As part of its tax transparency obligations, the Australian Taxation Office (“ATO”) is required by law to publish certain information on R&D tax incentive claims reported by taxpayers.
When the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) market stalls — as it seemed to do last year — there is a tendency to focus on the negatives of tough economic conditions, low risk appetite and rising interest rates. But Pitcher Partners’ Dealmakers survey shows the Australian M&A market is about to go up a few gears in 2024. … Continued
Key points: Australian retailers are facing numerous economic challenges and disruptions to business Maintaining a firm oversight on costs and developing contingency plans will strengthen your business Customer loyalty, value creation and investing in your people are key to growing market share The retail headwinds just seem to keep coming. Retailers have endured narrowing margins, … Continued
Think before you swipe right on that dating app – because if you hook up with the wrong person, your tax situation could completely change. What could be more romantic than thinking about tax on Valentine’s Day? The calculations, the spreadsheets, the auditing… #love.
2023 was a challenging/difficult/disastrous year for the property industry ….feel free to choose your own adjective, but for almost all in the industry this covers the spectrum. 2024 is predicted by most to be more of the same with cautious green shoots of optimism about 2025. Accepting that none of us can predict the impact … Continued
Companies that have undertaken R&D activities during the year ended 30 June 2023 are required to register their activities with AusIndustry prior to 30 April 2024. This deadline is strictly enforced by AusIndustry.
January is best known for making (and breaking) resolutions, but it’s also when many couples start divorce proceedings —and that can deliver a financial shock, particularly for women. While some might welcome starting a new chapter in the new year, women can find themselves more susceptible to financial challenges following a divorce, faced with a sudden decline in household income and wealth.
Under pressure to provide cost-of-living relief to middle Australia, Prime Minister Albanese announced a proposed redesign of the stage 3 tax cuts legislated to apply from 1 July 2024. Treasury advice estimates that the proposed changes will offer some cost-of-living relief, in the form of a lower income tax liability in 2024-25 compared to 2023-24, … Continued
For the first time for December 2023 balance dates, we should start to see financial statements becoming more streamlined and contain more useful accounting policy information.