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ASIC circles social media ‘pump and dump’ market manipulation Australia’s securities regulator is beginning to take social media into account when it comes to clamping down on misconduct in the market.  Write comment (0 ...
Insolvency network unveils inaugural APAC members A global insolvency network has welcomed five new member firms in the Asia-Pacific region as it looks to build on its referral network. Write comment (0 Comments...
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ATO sets out recommended approach to legal privilege claims The ATO’s recommended approach to making legal professional privilege claims has now been published, providing tax advisers with insights into the regulator’s expect...
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Regional NSW set for pilot vaccine passport trial Selected businesses in regional NSW are set to picked for a pilot trial of the new vaccine passport as the government works towards an October reopening deadline for full...
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ASIC releases guidance on transitional exam time frames for advisers ASIC has provided new guidance for financial advisers under different transitional arrangements on their obligation to pass the financial adviser exam. Write comm...
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Government talks up $2.6m women’s career program The federal government says businesses will benefit from “dropping barriers” for women, as it discussed the additional $2.6 million funding for its Career Revive pr...
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Business closures ‘inevitable’ as defaults rise Accountants have been urged to broach the “taboo” subject of business closures with their clients as extended lockdowns begin to sound the death knell for businesses....
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New casual employment laws to kick in with $66k penalties Australian businesses with long-term casual staff could soon face fines in excess of $66,000 if they fail to offer them permanent positions from next week, says the Fair ...
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Rogue agent sees over 2,000 taxpayers impacted Over 2,000 taxpayers in Western Australia who used an unregistered preparer to lodge their tax returns could now be required to amend their returns. Write comment...
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Accountants urged NSW to defer JobSaver rule change The NSW government’s decision to force businesses to retest their eligibility for the JobSaver and Micro-Business Grant comes despite advice from the profession to hold...
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Financial adviser numbers hit 5-year low The number of financial advisers has hit a five-year low, dropping below the 20,000 mark for the first time since 2015, according to a new report. Write comment ...
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