Many organisations may experience a security breach at some point. A security breach poses a significant risk to your organisation, so you must handle a breach seriously and immediately to minimise organisational damage. Further, each security breach response needs to be tailored to the circumstances and organisational environment of the incident.
The Victorian Government has announced further land tax relief measures, comprising an increased 50% land tax discount for eligible landlords and a new 25% land tax discount for eligible owner-occupiers.
Pitcher Partners has released its first independent national research report canvassing the trends, challenges and opportunities faced by mid-market businesses across Australia.
Pitcher Partners has acted for PFD Food Services in connection with ASX-listed Woolworths Group’s $552m acquisition of a 65% equity stake and related distribution centres.
Pitcher Partners Melbourne is pleased to present its second annual Charitable Committee report, detailing the firm’s collective efforts to support the community.
On Friday, the Treasurer issued amendments to the Coronavirus Economic Response Package (Payments and Benefits) Rules (the Rules) to give effect to the Government’s earlier announcement that it would extend the employee test date to 1 July 2020.
The superannuation guarantee amnesty gives employers the opportunity to review historical compliance with their superannuation guarantee (SG) obligations and rectify any underpayments or late payments for quarter(s) between 1 July 1992 to 31 March 2018. However, the concessions offered under the Amnesty are only available until 11:59 pm on 7 September 2020.
With Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ recent announcement of Stage 4 lockdown for Metropolitan Melbourne, a raft of restrictions have been put in place for businesses.
In response to the economic implications of Victoria’s Stage 4 restrictions, the Federal Government has announced “tweaks” to the JobKeeper 2.0 payment rules – the rules that govern entitlements after 27 September 2020.
The ATO has commenced reviewing the eligibility of businesses that have accessed the JobKeeper scheme, with the intention to review all enrolled taxpayers within its top 500 private group program, as well as a broad range of taxpayers outside of that group. The compliance phase of the JobKeeper program aims to verify that businesses that … Continued