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Federal and Victorian State budgets 2024-25: Melbourne livestream

Pitcher Partners Melbourne brought together a panel of experts for an extensive budget briefing.  The panel included ANZ Senior Economist Catherine Birch and Tax Advisory partners Stuart Dall, Daniel Burt and Irina Tan. Together they discuss the implications of the Federal and Victorian State budget on individuals and middle market businesses. A budget focused on […]

Victoria needs to be the place businesses want to invest

Key points: Victoria is the only state where new business starts have declined from 2021 levels Government policies, labour market shortages and supply chain dynamics significant factors affecting productivity Removal of stamp duty exemptions, Foreign Buyers Duty and increase in payroll tax contributing to an unfavourable business climate Victoria risks losing even more business investment […]

Elena Bogomolova

Elena is a Client Director in the Tax Consulting division of Pitcher Partners Melbourne. She has been advising in relation to employment taxes in a broad range of compliance and advisory matters. Prior to joining Pitcher Partners in 2015, Elena worked at a Big Four accounting firm obtaining extensive experience in the Employment Taxes and […]

Terry Hoban

Terry has over 15 years’ experience as a Global Mobility professional and trusted cross-border tax advisor, supporting the movement of people between Australia, the US and around the world. He has a strong reputation for providing cross-border advice to high-net-worth individuals, with his expertise extending to voluntary disclosure and expatriation advice for US citizens, as […]

Victorian State Budget 2023-24: Analysis

Treasurer Tim Pallas handed down the Victorian State Budget 2023-24 on the afternoon of 23 May 2023. It contains a number of proposed changes to Victoria’s tax regime, the most significant of which for business relate to payroll tax, land tax and stamp duty reform for commercial and industrial properties.

Victorian State Budget 2023-24: Payroll tax

The COVID Debt Levy relating to payroll has been introduced as a temporary measure as part of the COVID Debt Repayment Plan. The levy will apply from 1 July 2023 as a surcharge on Victorian wages (in addition to the Mental Health and Wellbeing Levy) paid by businesses with annual Australia-wide wages over $10 million.

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