TaxWise® business news - November 2017

Author: The Tax Institute

Published Date: 2 Nov 2017


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This issue of Taxwise covers:

  • new rules for accessing the 27.5% corporate tax rate from 1 July 2017
  • when does a company carry on a business? ATO releases guidance
  • small business tax concessions at a glance
  • deductions for small business
  • safe harbour reforms for company directors
  • tax consequences of trust splitting
  • government cracks down on illegal phoenixing
  • streamlined reporting with Single Touch Payroll
  • lump sum payments for healthcare practitioners
  • superannuation guarantee “ new measures announced
  • understanding the sharing economy and tax
  • industry assistance payments to taxi licence holders
  • FBT: Uber case: definition of taxi' “ ATO Technical Discussion Paper
  • GST determination “ Simplified accounting methods (SAM)
  • reduction of wine equalisation tax (WET) rebate cap
  • other legislation that may impact on you or your business.















  • Published By:The Tax Institute
  • Published On:2 Nov 2017

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