The Australian Government has announced that it will be doubling the ASIC financial reporting thresholds. It is estimated that this change will save small and medium-sized businesses $300 million over the next four years.
While you should always feel free to pop a champagne cork or three for your employees to celebrate the year and holiday season, make sure that you don’t get the tax hangover! Fringe benefit tax and associated income tax and GST can sneak up on even the most organised of employers.
The Australian Federal Government has introduced proposed changes to the Research and Development Tax Incentive (“RDTI”) Scheme which will (if turned into legislation) impact RDTI claims from the 2018/19 financial year onwards.
Nick Hollens, joint Managing Director of Greenwich & Co recently returned from Da Nang, Vietnam, where he attended the annual Morison KSi Asia Pacific Conference.
Greenwich & Co Audit attracts new talent Greenwich & Co’s audit and assurance division has locked in two key new appointments for the new financial year, welcoming Rafay Nabeel as Audit Director, and Nicole Tan [...]
Greenwich & Co launches Elderton Capital corporate advisory Greenwich & Co are delighted to introduce Elderton Capital, an independent Australian corporate advisory firm. Elderton Capital is the next evolution of our offering at Greenwich & [...]
Australian Federal Budget 2018-19 The Treasurer handed down Australia's Federal Budget 2018-19 on Tuesday 8 May. There was nothing unexpected in this budget, and it is largely business as usual. Most notable are the personal [...]
Greenwich & Co Part of Top 10 International Association Morison KSi, the international association of professional service firms which Greenwich & Co are members of, has maintained its ranking as the 9th largest association [...]
AI 2018 Accounting, Audit & Tax Awards Greenwich & Co are proud to announce that our firm has won the AI 2018 Accounting, Audit & Tax award of Best International Tax Accounting Firm – [...]
Research shows that Australians are wealthier now than ever before. But wealth is not the same as prosperity, and according to the 2017 Prosperity Index, Australia is sliding down the global prosperity rankings.