Australian Taxation Office (ATO) motor vehicle data matching program extended

The ATO has extended its motor vehicles data matching program for 2022–2023 to 2024–2025 financial years.

Working after pension age


The Australian Government is assisting older Australians to work, if they are able and wish to do so, by allowing them to keep more of their pension when they have income from work.


$20k instant asset write-off to get 1-year extension

The amendment will hold off the threshold reverting to $1,000 until June 30 next year.


Big stamp duty and tax changes for Victoria investors and businesses.

  There are three main areas of significant change: Transition…

How Do I Respond to an Allegation of Trade Mark Infringement?

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Cyber threats facing small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs)

SMBs can be particularly vulnerable to cyber security risks, with limited resources, expertise, and infrastructure all contributing factors as well as lack of awareness and training.

ATO linking system takes giant stride into business

The revised procedure will encompass an additional 1.7 million entities from 13 November.



Improving cash flow is the no. 1 challenge for most family businesses, according to a new survey. 

ATO interest charges soar to highest level since GFC

The general and shortfall rates for late tax payments rise for the eighth quarter in a row.


Super tax concession changes: consultation

As flagged earlier in the year when the announcement was made, the Federal Government recently released a consultation paper on its proposal to reduce super tax concessions for individuals with super balances over $3 million, including those with self-managed super funds (SMSFs). 

Property investors beware: new data matching program


Individual property investors should be aware that the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has announced a new data matching program that will obtain data from various financial institutions for the 2021–2022 to 2025–2026 income years