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Thin Capitalisation explained

An entity is considered ‘thinly capitalised’ where the assets are funded by a high level of debt and little equity. But why is this significant? The […][…]

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International offshore business dealings? Undeclared taxable income? Make a voluntary tax disclosure now

Taxpayers who own an overseas company, trade in international shares, receive rents, dividends and interest from overseas interests, receive inheritance funds from overseas and managed overseas […][…]

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Tax: Don’t get caught by the global Common Reporting Standards (CRS)

The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is designed to reduce tax evasion.  It is a global reporting system and will affect all taxpayers who have bank accounts […][…]

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Tax Common Reporting Standard (CRS): Australian Chinese Community

Many of the Australian Chinese community may be affected by the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) the new international tax reporting system. The CRS is designed to […][…]

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International tax: CFC tax rules explained

If you have interests in offshore companies you should be aware of the taxation rules relating to Controlled Foreign Companies (CFC) or Controlled Foreign Trusts Rules […][…]

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