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ATO reaches out to help Indigenous businesses thrive
Artificial gold bullion recycling arrangements a tax driven scheme
Government’s tax avoidance laws sees Google settle with ATO for $481.5m
ATO nets another e-commerce victory
Full Federal Court finds Racing Clubs are liable for SGC on unpaid super for jockeys
ATO receives five more years of policy details from insurers about ‘lifestyle assets’ like yachts, fine art
Statement on ANAO performance audit: Tax Avoidance Taskforce – Meeting Budget Commitments
Statement from Commissioner Chris Jordan: A message to tax professionals
Watch out for illegal SMSF super schemers
Staff numbers to improve government service delivery in Darlinghurst and Redfern
Thieving fake tax agent stopped by ATO
Savvy scammers exploiting deadlines to target Aussies
Drought affected communities hit by job cuts
Property flipper new kid on jail block
Victorian building developer digs hole for himself over GST fraud
ASIC bans former director of property development companies from managing corporations
Race is on to find $20.8 billion in super
E-invoicing provides greater benefits for business
ATO Assistance for drought affected communities
Landmark case for ATO strips phoenix enabling liquidator of his registration
ATO to visit 800 businesses in Frankston and Croydon in response to black economy warning signs
ASIC acts against SMSF auditor misconduct
Fairer treatment for tax compensation claims
Australian Taxation Office to visit 300 businesses in Bega and NSW south coast in November
ATO receives 230 tip-offs per day as focus on black economy continues
Levelling GST playing field for Australian hotel room sales
Time’s up for Sydney SMSF super schemer
ATO to visit 400 businesses in Bankstown following spike in dob-ins about black economy behaviour
ATO protecting honest Hobart businesses from black economy
ATO celebrates 20 year milestone of regulating self-managed superannuation funds
ATO kicks off Stay Smart Online week as online tax fraudster heads to jail
Stress less if you have nothing to confess
Ombudsman welcomes proposed extension of super amnesty
ASIC remakes instrument about departed former temporary residents’ unclaimed superannuation
Education through Claymation wins ATO competition
Small businesses reminded to get Single Touch Payroll ready
Property developer’s house of cards condemned
2 weeks till Single Touch Payroll deadline
Tax help is now at hand at Council’s Deakin Avenue Service Centre
Fake car salesmans GST scheme runs out of gas
Jail time for tax agent caught stealing refunds from clients
ASIC bans News South Wales director from managing corporations for five years
ATO protecting honest businesses from unfair competition
Court finds in favour of Glencore
ATO reveals almost 90% of income tax paid by small business is paid voluntarily
ATO continues to support flood-affected Queenslanders
ATO protecting sunny Far North Queensland businesses from shady black economy
ATO heads to top end to protect honest businesses from black economy