Is Australia headed for a robot tax? Government urged to adopt new approach to future of work

Is Australia headed for a robot tax? Government urged to adopt new approach to future of work
The changing nature of work is prompting some pretty frank discussions about the future of Australia’s labour market and how businesses will use labour in the coming years. Entrepreneurs such as Richa…
Is Australia headed for a robot tax? Government urged to adopt new approach to future of work

The carbon tax that would leave households better off while addressing climate change

The carbon tax that would leave households better off while addressing climate change
Today, as part of the UNSW Grand Challenge on Inequality, we released a study entitled A Climate Dividend for Australians that offers a practical solution to the twin problems of climate change and en…
The carbon tax that would leave households better off while addressing climate change

Report: Accounting Expertise in C-Suite Increases Likelihood of Misstatements

Report: Accounting Expertise in C-Suite Increases Likelihood of Misstatements
How important is it for CFOs or other top corporate executives to have accounting expertise? Around the turn of the century, when the financial director of a major bank stated that “the day of the fin…
Report: Accounting Expertise in C-Suite Increases Likelihood of Misstatements

From inventory to capital asset – Will amendments to key sections of the Income Tax act impact real estate sector?

From inventory to capital asset – Will amendments to key sections of the Income Tax act impact real estate sector?
The Finance Act 2018 has made crucial amendments to key sections of the Income-tax Act, which are expected to have a far-reaching impact on taxpayers. The amendments specifically need to be examined i…
From inventory to capital asset – Will amendments to key sections of the Income Tax act impact real estate sector?

Philip Hammond accused of ripping off hardworking British families after Sugar Tax raises £150million since April

Philip Hammond accused of ripping off hardworking British families after Sugar Tax raises £150million since April
The ‘Soft Drinks Levy’, which makes fizzy drinks between 18p to 24p more expensive, has been criticised in the past for making shopping even pricier for low paid families HM Revenue & Customs yesterda…
Philip Hammond accused of ripping off hardworking British families after Sugar Tax raises £150million since April