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Budget 2021-22: incremental, not dramatic, changes ahead

Australia, OECD - May 12 2021 With the Australian economy having weathered the last 14 months incredibly well notwithstanding continued global economic, political and public health…

Allan Blaikie, Amber Agustin, Andrew Sommer, Brendon Lamers, Jonathan Donald, Keshni Maharaj, Mark Friezer, Peter Feros.

Australia's Federal Budget 2020: solid and unsurprising stimulus measures, and some opportunities for business

Australia - October 7 2020 In attempts to stave off the impact of past recessions, governments of both political persuasions have successfully provided tax cuts and direct…

Allan Blaikie, Amber Agustin, Andrew Sommer, Brendon Lamers, Jonathan Donald, Keshni Maharaj, Mark Friezer, Peter Feros.

ATO releases guidelines for employees claiming deductions for "working from home" expenses due to COVID-19

Australia - April 20 2020 As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, scores of employees of Australian corporate entities have been working from home. Whether it be through…

Amber Agustin, Andrew Sommer, Cameron Forbes, Jonathan Donald, Keshni Maharaj, Mark Friezer, Peter Feros.

Hacked? Don't expect legal professional privilege to stop others using your documents, says High Court

Australia - August 14 2019 The High Court has not weakened the underlying principles of legal professional privilege in any way, but some unresolved issues mean you should seek…

Allan Blaikie, Amber Agustin, Andrew Sommer, Ian Bloemendal, Jonathan Donald, Jonathan Slater, Mark Friezer, Nicholas Mavrakis, Peter Feros.

Federal Budget 2019: Incremental, not dramatic, changes for corporate Australia and multinationals

Australia - April 3 2019 For those anxiously watching the Federal Budget 2019 for significant tax change for corporate Australia and multinationals, Tuesday night would have…

Allan Blaikie, Amber Agustin, Andrew Sommer, David Cominos, Jonathan Donald, Mark Friezer, Peter Feros.