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Clayton Utz | Australia | 3 Apr 2019

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

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


Clayton Utz | Australia | 16 Feb 2017

More road signs needed at the intersection of international tax laws to avoid disputes

With the dust starting to settle, there will need to be some clear guidance from the ATO on how these rules are to be applied. Ask the person in the


Clayton Utz | Australia | 12 Jul 2016

Foreign resident capital gains tax withholding made simple

Australian property vendors should apply online to the ATO to get a clearance certificate immediately a sale of relevant property is contemplated. The


Clayton Utz | Australia, OECD | 3 May 2016

Budget 201617 - Multinationals in the spotlight

This year's Budget has not brought in any major structural tax changes for business. The ambitions for tax reform of a couple of years ago have now


Clayton Utz | Australia | 31 Mar 2016

Changes to Employee Share Scheme Reporting in 2016

Australian listed companies that report through the Australian Share Registry should not be affected, but others are likely to find the changes to be


Clayton Utz | Australia | 17 Mar 2016

New attribution MIT rules - practicalities of amending existing trust deeds

Just about every Trust Deed will require amendment so that the fund can operate effectively under the AMIT rules. The new AMIT regime should very


Clayton Utz | Australia | 3 Mar 2016

Foreign investors face new tax hurdle to get FIRB approval

In effect, a parallel, but more draconian, tax compliance system is being created for foreign investors. The Australian Government has introduced


Clayton Utz | Australia | 4 Feb 2016

What's ahead for 2016 in taxation - will the rubber hit the road?

Many serious reforms have been implemented, and very strong Federal political will, together with strong state-based political consensus, will be


Clayton Utz | Australia | 13 May 2015

An exciting budget for tax a focus on part IVA and GST

This morning many commentators are likely to be suggesting that last night's budget was short on excitement. However, in reality it has been many


Clayton Utz | Australia | 11 May 2015

New income tax and GST rules to hit offshore multinationals

Treasurer Joe Hockey has today confirmed that Australia is going to bolster its income tax anti-avoidance rules to counter large multinationals

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