Australian Tax

Amazon to block Australians from global websites due to tax | Tulsa’s 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic

CANBERRA, Australia – Amazon will block Australians from buying from its global e-commerce websites and limit them to a smaller sized local platform from July in response to new tax guidelines that customer supporters fear will reduce the series of choice for consumers in Australia. Consumers visiting the U.S. shop Amazon.com will be redirected to …

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Corporate News Blog – Oil & Gas Major Chevron Settles with Australian Taxation Office over Disputed Tax Dues

Research Study Desk Line-up Aegean Marine Petroleum Network Post Revenues Protection LONDON, UK/ ACCESSWIRE/ August 21, 2017,/ Pro-Trader Daily takes a look at the most recent business events and news making the headlines for Chevron Corp. (NYSE: CVX), following which we have released a complimentary report that can be seen by signing up at http://protraderdaily.com/optin/?symbol=CVX. …

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Evaluating Australian Environmental Taxes through Behavioural Economics: A Case Study of the Sydney Harbour Bridge Charge – Austaxpolicy: The Tax and Transfer Policy Blog

In November 2017, the current Climate Change Performance Index was released. The Index’s annual evaluation of environment change policies in 60 countries verified that, in Australia, very little has altered. Like in 2016, we rank as one of the lowest performing nations, at 57th out of 60 (Figure 1). This year’s results “demand that [Australia’s] …

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The New Franking Conundrum – TaxBanter | Australian Tax Training

Business customers remain in the middle of finalizing their 2016– 17 financial statements, calculating tax liabilities and choosing just how much of the year’s profits to pay as dividends. This same process takes place each year … however, it will not be business, as usual, this time! The brand-new suite of tax cuts and essential …

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Largest Tax Cut in Australian History Passed

The Turnbull government has actually secured a major political triumph after pressing its landmark $144-billion earnings tax plan through the Senate. Less than a fortnight before the first round of cuts was because of entering into effect, the Union’s negotiator-in-chief Mathias Cormann locked in the votes of crossbench senators One Country and Centre Alliance to …

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Australian Tax Office releases further guidance regarding Cross-Border Related Party Financing and the Diverted Profit Tax

On 18 December 2017, the Australian Tax Office (ATO) published the following files: Practical Compliance Guideline (PCG 2017/4) (describing the ATO compliance approach to cross-border associated party funding arrangements). Law Administration Practice Statement (PSLA 2017/2) (describing the ATO processes for initiating and implementing a Diverted Profits Tax (DPT) assessment). Draft Law Companion Guideline (LCG 2017/D7) …

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The Australian Implications Of Trump’s US Tax Changes –

An essential policy of the freshly installed Trump administration is to change the taxation program drastically. Surprisingly, the United States has one of the highest corporate tax rates in the world. High levels of business tax are cited as one reason US production has been uncompetitive, and the Trump administration thinks it can resolve charge …

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Digital tax to target tech giants being considered by the Australian Government

Australia could be among the world’s earliest movers in introducing an interim tax on digital business in a bid to raise more cash from multinationals, but tax professionals caution it could spark a tit-for-tat tax war with United States President Donald Trump. A long-awaited Treasury discussion paper suggests Australia could think about matching a European …

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The 2018-19 Australian Budget – saving a windfall with the hope of (decent) tax cuts to come – Hello Wealth

The 2018-19 Budget will be the last before the next election (due by May 2019) therefore had to offer pre-election goodies but in such a way that keeps the go back to surplus on track. Thanks to an enhancement in the budget position given that the Mid-Year evaluation, of around $7bn per annum, this has …

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