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October 2023Energy incentives - super - self education
A business energy incentive legislation is currently before Parliament – what will this mean for small and medium sized businesses?
Victoria is introducing an ‘airbnb tax’ but what does this mean to the rest of the country?
Plus, we examine what you can and cannot claim for self-education.
September 2023How could this happen?
This month in the CVW Accounting newsletter we reveal the ATO’s TikTok scandal. $1.7 billion paid out in fraudulent refunds, another $2.7bn in fraudulent claims stopped, 56,000 people involved.
Plus, a glimpse into Australia’s future. We share information from the 2023 Intergenerational Report – it’s fascinating.
August 2023Questions, questions, questions...
Inside this edition of the CVW Accounting newsletter we address the blowback from the tax refund expectation gap.
Secondly we outline business succession in detail because it’s more than a TV show.
There is also information about the implications and pitfalls of small scale subdivisions.
July 2023Let's look inside...
This month, inside the CVW Accounting newsletter we examine how business can maximise the skills and training and technology boosts.
We also outline the incentives for digital games developers and the 1 July minimum and award wage changes.
June 2023CVW Accounting newsletter
Tax time is just around the corner once again.
Inside this month’s CVW Accounting newsletter you will find pre 30 June tax savings strategies and tips for individuals, business and super.
This month’s newsletter includes the ATO’s rental property blitz, the ATO’s interest in ‘OnlyFans’ and other content creators.
Plus we take a look at the latest on the impending Federal Budget.
April 2023 newsletter
Inside this month we take a look at tax on electric cars and the pros and cons of earn-out arrangements.
There is also a guide for owners about company money and details about what sharing platforms are imparting with the ATO.