2019-20 Federal Budget Update

On 2 April 2019, the Treasurer, Mr Josh Frydenberg, presented the 2019-20 Federal Budget. The Budget reaffirmed the delivery of tax cuts to lower and middle income earners and promised significant spending on infrastructure, all with an expected Budget surplus in FY2020 of $7.1bn.On 2 April 2019, the Treasurer, Mr Josh Frydenberg, presented the 2019-20 Federal Budget. The Budget reaffirmed the delivery of tax cuts to lower and middle income earners and promised significant spending on infrastructure, all with an expected Budget surplus in FY2020 of $7.1bn.

Businesses with turnovers up to $50m will get assistance from the increase in the immediate tax write off for assets acquired after Budget night to 30 June 2020 with a value up to $30,000.

But there is a catch. With the Federal election looming, and expected to be called within the week, the Budget announcements last night may be yesterday’s news if the Coalition is not re-elected in May.  The Labor Party have already announced that should they form Government in May, it will hand down its own Budget, and many of the policy announcements made by Mr Frydenberg may never materialise….

Inside our 2019-20 Budget Report:
  • 2019-20 Federal Budget Highlights
  • Personal Tax Rates
  • Tax Integrity & Superannuation
  • Indirect Taxes
  • Social Security & Other Measures
Read and download your e-copy here: Hall Chadwick Budget Update 2019-20.

Tax Time February Edition 2019

Inside Tax Time February Edition:

    1. Income Tax
  • The battle for your vote continues- Government and Labor announcements and notable pending legislation before the election
  • ATO updates practice statement on home office running expenses
  • Treasury issues consultation paper on Initial Coin Offerings
  • LinkedIn Account is not offers to the public at large: Fortunatow and FCT

  • 2. State Taxes
  • Courier driver is carrying on an enterprise for GST

  • E-copy now available here: Tax_Time_February_2019

Corporate Advisor | Summer Edition 2019


Inside this issue, you will find : 12 financial-reporting, regulatory, and corporate-governance topics of crucial importance to CFOs and directors.

Topics include :
  • ASIC focuses for 31 December 2018 reporting
  • Don’t forget new AASB 15 and AASB 7 disclosures
  • Bigger is better for proprietary companies
  • ASIC asks 17 entities to explain treatments
  • And many more…
The Hall Chadwick team looks forward to working with you on the challenges ahead.

E-Copy now available here: Corporate Advisor | Summer 2019


Hall Chadwick Association Spring Edition 2018

We are pleased to welcome you to the Spring Edition of the Hall Chadwick Association’s 2018 Newsletter. We have had extraordinary changes this year so far! In this Spring Edition, we share with you what’s been happening within the Hall Chadwick Association starting with Brent Kijurina writing his first column as Chairman of the HCA, introduction to newly appointed Partners, PKF Lawler joins the Hall Chadwick Association as Hall Chadwick WA, the expansion of a new office in Adelaide, office moves to accelerate business growth and many more.

Stay updated with your e-copy here: Hall Chadwick Association | Spring Edition 2018

Seminar Paper: Interpreting Financial Statements

Blair Pleash and Kathleen Vouris recently delivered a presentation on interpreting financial statements to Piper Alderman.

The topics addressed:
  • Financial statements
  • Statement of profit or loss and other comprehensive income
  • Cash flow statement
  • Statement of financial position as at the end of the period
  • Measurement and recognition
  • Variances/Trends
  • Ratio analysis

  • The seminar paper is available here: Hall Chadwick Interpreting Financial Statements