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Wholly-owned subsidiaries: same same but different

Australia - April 8 2014 Wholly-owned subsidiaries might exist for a number of reasons, whether it be for quarantining assets and liabilities, satisfying foreign legal

ACCC’s latest win sends warning to foreign corporations and software providers

Australia - April 15 2016 In a first of its kind in Australia, the ACCC has successfully prosecuted US based online gaming giant Valve Corporation (Valve) for breaching the

Australian Federal Budget 201617 - targeting multinational corporate tax avoidance

Australia, OECD - May 4 2016 In the 12 months since the handing down of the 2015 Federal Budget, the focus on multinational tax avoidance has continued unabated by governments

Australian Federal Budget 201617 - personal taxation and superannuation measures

Australia - May 4 2016 With the stated aim of achieving a more sustainable superannuation system, Treasury announced a full suite of superannuation tax reforms on Budget

Forgetting the unrepresented: A timely reminder of the Court's role in settling class actions

Australia - April 18 2016 In a recent Federal Court decision, Justice Murphy has provided guidance as to how the Court will determine whether proposed terms of settlement in a

Australian Federal Budget 201617 - corporate taxation and small business measures

Australia - May 4 2016 The key change to corporate taxation announced in the Budget relates to the phased reduction in the corporate tax rate over a period of 11 years

Australian Federal Budget 201617 - targeting multinational corporate tax avoidance

Australia, OECD - May 4 2016 In the 12 months since the handing down of the 2015 Federal Budget, the focus on multinational tax avoidance has continued unabated by governments

Australian Federal Budget 201617 - goods and services tax (GST)

Australia - May 4 2016 The application of GST will be extended to low value (i.e. $1,000 or less) goods imported by Australian consumers with effect from 1 July 2017. This

Australian Federal Budget 201617 - personal taxation and superannuation measures

Australia - May 4 2016 With the stated aim of achieving a more sustainable superannuation system, Treasury announced a full suite of superannuation tax reforms on Budget

Australian Federal Budget 201617

Australia - May 4 2016 This year’s Federal Budget (Budget) is the Coalition Government’s third since coming to power in 2013. The key Budget numbers are: the 201617