The same business test to be replaced by a “similar business” test

  The bill Treasury Laws Amendment (2017 Enterprise Incentives No 1) Bill 2017 will be among the first batch of legislation that the government is to consider for 2019 (Parliament resumes on February 12). UPDATE: As of February 12, this legislation has now successfully passed Parliament. The bill (click here for a copy) contains changes

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SG on leave loading? Yes, and no — so it pays to check

  An issue has surfaced in recent times that in some cases may require a change in the approach taken by some employers with regard to them being fully compliant with superannuation guarantee obligations. The problem for some may not be so much ducking the rules, but rather being in sore need of clarification on

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What clients need to know with regard to “luxury” sets of wheels

  According to the government, a vehicle is a “luxury” if it costs more than $66,331 (for 2018-19) or $75.526 (for “fuel-efficient” cars). It was $65,094 for 2017-18, with the same fuel-efficient price level. The target to be rated fuel-efficient by the way is for the vehicle to use less than seven litres of fuel

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Funding of up to $7,000 for finance sector women available

  Women & Leadership Australia is a national initiative committed to supporting the presence of women in business and community leadership roles. Building on the success of the organisation’s “100 Days for Change” campaign last year, Women & Leadership Australia is this year administering an initiative to support the development of female leaders across Australia’s

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