Regulatory and Compliance
Regulatory compliance is an organization's adherence to laws, regulations, guidelines and specifications relevant to its business. Depending on your the industry and type of business, the regulations
Protect your franchise value with written agreements and commercial strategies that adhere to complex franchising law.
Advise and handle all aspects of trust and estate planning and administration by experienced probate lawyer.
Advise, coordinate and handle all aspects of business transaction, merger, acquisition and disposals.
Apply for a trademark, or apply for a patent and protect against infringements of your intellectual property.
Earlier this year, the Australian parliament passed new laws allowing medicinal cannabis to be prescribed to people with painful and chronic illness where existing treatments weren’t successful in...
What is an OHS management system and what should it include? An OHS management system is a combination of commitments from company management in the form of policies, organisation arrangement,...
Lets say a budding entrepreneur has an idea for a start up. It doesn't have to be revolutionary. In fact, there are other companies running the exact service he/she wants to provide. Its...
In addition to the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs), some Australian SMEs may also have legal obligations under the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The world of...
Key Takeaways ATO has rolled out Single Touch Payroll or STP for businesses with 20 or more employees. Businesses are required to report to the ATO every time they pay their employees sending data...
Yes, I think negative gearing should be scrapped... over time... I think a wind down period of 10 or even 20 years maybe, will have a positive effect, couple with making mortgage interest on your own home, principle place of residence, tax deductible, to encourage home ownership... I think it will also lead to higher quality and better considered and designed home building in this country.
SMEs received a few goodies in the budget: extension of $20K write-off for another year, $300 million for states to cut red tape, continued commitment to cut company tax rate. What's missing for SMEs...
It seems that the Budget 2017 does have small business in mind. While there may not be lots of small immediate perks, the budget helps to create a good foundation for small business to thrive.
Last year’s budget announced plans to reduce red tape for businesses. The GST reporting will be simplified starting July this year. What other “burdens” would you like to see scrapped as a small...
I hope I live to see the day when Payroll Tax is abolished.
I cannot understand why taxing businesses for employing people is still OK in this day and age.