Investing in overseas shares through a company can result in withholding tax leakage as Clint Harding of Arnold Bloch Leibler will tell you.
How do you do an accounting podcast? Dan Osborne and Tim Garth of 'The Two Drunk Accountants' tell you in this episode.
In some ways CATS Accountants is just a normal practice with a turnover of $1m. But in other ways they are quite unique and unusual.
Child support payments - what to look out for? Simon Bacon of Manby & Scott is a family law lawyer specialising in child support arrangements, so perfect to ask how child support works.
How do you treat the US stimulus cheques in Australian tax returns? Seth Hertz of US Expat Tax in Sydney will give you the answer.
Property development within an SMSF can be done but is fraught with danger as Bryce Figot of DBA Lawyers will tell you.
Is it always true that losses need an FTE? Let's talk about when an FTE makes sense and when it doesn't.
In this episode Paul Mackenroth of Cleary Hoare in Brisbane goes through ten of your testamentary trust questions.
There has been a significant testamentary trust law change affecting how distributions to minors are taxed.
Will going AWOL save you money? What happens when your company keeps trading but ignores all ASIC and tax debts?
Director penalty notices are the ATO's tax collection tool of last resort to get what they are owed - by going straight for a director's personal assets.
If you look at the work done in your practice, chances are trusts - especially discretionary trusts - take up a disproportionate amount of time.
For small to medium companies the size and type of company capital usually doesn't matter. But sometimes it does.
What is the difference between company constitutions and shareholder agreements? Should you just have one or do you need both?
In this episode Geoff Stein of Brown Wright Stein Lawyers in Sydney will discuss 3 ways to save land tax.
How do you tell whether somebody is an intern or employee? Where does an intern stop and employee start?
In this episode Geoff Stein of Brown Wright Stein Lawyers in Sydney will discuss ways with you to reduce stamp duty.
Any company can do a share buyback. The question is just whether it should. Here is Emily Pritchard of ACIS with more.