TaxWise® business news - June 2016

Author: The Tax Institute

Published Date: 2 Jun 2016


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This issue of Taxwise covers:

  • the end of the financial year is coming!
  • 2016-17 Federal Budget small business measures
  • reduction in the company tax rate
  • National Innovation and Science Agenda measures expanded
  • 2016-17 Federal Budget changes to GST and other indirect taxes
  • GST cross-border transactions between businesses
  • four years to get it right: time limit to review BAS
  • applying the small business restructure rollover
  • updated information on CGT rollovers
  • FBT changes
  • 100 days to go until SuperStream deadline for small businesses
  • employees vs contractors: do you know the difference?
  • businesses targeted for employee and contractor obligations
  • managing your tax debts
  • supporting your small business: what's new?
  • other ATO updates.


  • Published By:The Tax Institute
  • Published On:2 Jun 2016

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