International Tax: Intangibles, royalties and the global minimum tax
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by KPMG Australia
1w ago
KPMG Partners Peter Oliver, Alia Lum and Denis Larkin, along with Manager Lydia Morris, reflect on international tax developments as they affect multinational entities, including recent case law and guidance on intangibles and royalties, preparing for Pillar 2 and other developments ..read more
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Understanding build to rent - key Australian state taxation challenges
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by KPMG Australia
3M ago
In this episode, KPMG Partner Sarah Shaw and Senior Manager Tessa Livingston discuss what constitutes a build to rent (BTR) development, and the various stamp duty, land tax and surcharge concessions that are available for BTR projects in Australia.  KPMG Tax Now is a digital hub of up-to-the-minute tax news, analysis and opinion – delivered how and when you want it.   ..read more
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FBT, Payday Super, PAYG: Understanding the ATO’s latest focus areas for employers
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by KPMG Australia
3M ago
This podcast episode features Australian Taxation Office (ATO) Deputy Commissioner - Superannuation and Employer Obligations - Emma Rosenzweig, along with KPMG Workplace Advisory Partner Hayley Lock and Director Stacey Biggar, as they discuss the ATO's compliance focus areas, technical updates and finding a career in tax. KPMG Tax Now is a digital hub of up-to-the-minute tax news, analysis and opinion – delivered how and when you want it ..read more
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Payroll tax rulings, amnesties for certain Australian medical centres
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by KPMG Australia
5M ago
KPMG Partners Keith Swan and Nathan Hamilton, along with Senior Manager Farzana Ahmed, discuss what the recently-announced payroll tax rulings and amnesties in certain states and territories mean for taxpayers. Subscribe to KPMG Tax Now here ..read more
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Payday super – what employers need to know
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by KPMG Australia
7M ago
In this episode, KPMG’s Analyn Toledo and Alston Kam discuss why employers may need to uplift their current systems and processes, ahead of the introduction of payday superannuation.  ..read more
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ESG and Tax – Companies prepare for Australia’s enhanced public tax transparency rules
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by KPMG Australia
8M ago
What should multinational groups consider when it comes to the proposed rules to enhance public tax transparency in Australia? Our international tax, transfer pricing and tax ESG specialists explore what’s ahead as the exposure draft legislation continues through the legislative process ..read more
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The benefits of improving Operational Transfer Pricing
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by KPMG Australia
9M ago
KPMG Transfer Pricing Partner Tim Keeling and Insight Software Director of Engineering and Solutions Anna Sever provide an overview of operational transfer pricing (OTP), the benefits of improving OTP and some practical challenges and misconceptions that arise when implementing and managing OTP ..read more
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Hospitality sector update
KPMG Tax Now
by KPMG Australia
10M ago
From revenge spending and unprecedented demand to severe labour shortages, the last 18 months has been a rollercoaster for hospitality businesses.  What does the next 12 months have in store? Join Phil Quinlan, KPMG Restructuring’s Hospitality lead, as we discuss latest trends, challenges and opportunities shaping the industry.  ..read more
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Federal Budget 2023
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by KPMG Australia
10M ago
KPMG partners Alia Lum and Clive Bird discuss the tax measures announced in the Australian Government’s 2023 Budget and what they mean for corporate and mid-market business ..read more
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New intangibles integrity measure
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by KPMG Australia
11M ago
KPMG’s international tax specialists discuss draft legislation for a proposed new intangibles integrity measure, to apply from 1 July 2023, which aims to prevent large multinationals from claiming tax deductions for payments relating to intangible assets connected with low corporate tax jurisdictions.  ..read more
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