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How transfer pricing actually works – and why it’s abused

Multinational tax avoidance is proving to be a sore point for Australians. You’ve heard about the big players – Facebook, Google, Apple – and there is speculation they might be engaging in dodgy transfer pricing practices. The problem is, while everyone’s steeped in a debate about fiscal-moral-legalism, nobody’s explaining the practical implications of a mispricing

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Gumtree or Facebook group sourced assets, and the realities of making a claim

A recent case before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) brought into focus a growing phenomenon that small business owners should keep in mind for work-related or business expense deduction claims, especially where the acquisition of claimable assets is made in a certain way. peer sourced assets, and the realities of making a claim The case

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