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From 1 January 2019 the QBCC will reintroduce annual reporting requirements for license holders. This is in answer to a number of high profile...

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The Queensland Government introduced legislation to help secure payments to subcontractors in the building and construction industry as part of the...

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New legislation is being proposed which will implement Director Identification Numbers (DIN) in Australia. Under the proposal, all directors of...

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From 1 January 2019 the QBCC will reintroduce annual reporting requirements for license holders. This is in answer to a number of high profile...

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The Queensland Government introduced legislation to help secure payments to subcontractors in the building and construction industry as part of the...

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New legislation is being proposed which will implement Director Identification Numbers (DIN) in Australia. Under the proposal, all directors of...

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I don’t know if you watched the cross examination of the NAB board chairman by the Banking Royal Commission or not, but he is the epitome of...

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From 1 July 2019, businesses will no longer be able to claim a deduction for payments to their employees where they have not met their PAYG...

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The taxable payments reporting system (TPRS) has been used for business in the building and construction industry for a number of years. However, this...

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We will be closed for the Christmas period from Friday 21 December until Monday 7 January. We wish everyone a Merry CHRISTMAS and a Happy New...

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If it isn’t bad enough that the ATO make it easy for cyber criminals to fool you, now you have to be careful the ATO don’t fool you.

In a recent...

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I read some interesting statistics that made me think twice, did you know Australia’s population has grown almost 45% since 1991. I thought the place...

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For all those Apple lovers who have to have the latest gadget, smart watches used for work have been added to the FBT exemption list. So, now you can...

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