Tax Time Monthly: December Edition 2017

In this December edition of Hall Chadwick’s Tax Time Monthly we look at:

  • Law to limit on deductions for travel and depreciation on residential properties
  • Employers with 20 or more employees to report salaries & wages to ATO via Single Touch Payroll from 1 July 2018
  • Legislation for purchasers to withhold and remit GST on new residential property
  • Extension to global entities on country-by-country reporting

  • How well protected is your business?

    Contributed by Ian Gibson of Hall Chadwick Wealth Advisory Pty Ltd (AFSL 495306)

    Business Insurance is often overlooked by business owners due to a lack of understanding of what is available. If you’re like many business owners you have already insured the physical assets of your business from theft, fire and damage. BUT, have you considered the importance of insuring yourself – and other key people in your business – against the possibility of:
  • Death
  • Disability and illness

  • Not being adequately insured can be a very risky oversight, as the long term absence or loss of a key person can have a dramatic impact on your business and your financial interests in it.

    Read more here: How well protected is your business.pdf

    Corporate Advisor | Winter 2017

    In the Winter issue of Corporate Advisor, we explain 12 financial-reporting, regulatory, and corporate-governance topics to inform and help CFOs and directors.

    We’re focusing mainly on regulatory issues that affect the preparation of 30 June 2017 financial reports. Apart from the AASB 1056 Superannuation Entities, there are no significant new accounting standards that require application.

    Our guest contributors from GAAP Consulting include Andrew Parker, who takes a look at new ethical responsibilities for non-compliance with laws and regulations (NOCLAR), and Colin Parker and Carmen Ridley, who explain developments regarding income tax.

    The Hall Chadwick team look forward to working with you on the challenges ahead.

    Read more here: Corporate Advisor Winter 2017.pdf

    Insolvency Presentation in Darwin

    When the wolf is at the door you need expert advice.

    Hall Chadwick and Cozens Johansen Lawyers are pleased to share the successful event of “Keeping the Wolf from the Door” which focused on the recent developments in insolvency industry.
    This complimentary seminar provided knowledge sharing as well as networking opportunities with fellow professionals in the Darwin area.

    Here’s a snapshot of some of the topics covered at the seminar:
  • Draft legislation on Safe Harbour
  • Draft legislation Ipso facto clause
  • Remuneration – What is reasonable?

  • Read more here: Keeping the Wolf from the Door.pdf