Background Eichmann v FCT  FCAFC 155 (Eichmann's case) is about whether a block of land used by a building, bricklaying and paving business connected to the Taxpayer for the storage of work tools, equipment and materials was an ‘active asset’, defined...
Tax Yak – Episode 16: Post-Budget and Opposition’s Budget-in-Reply
With a Federal election expected to be scheduled for either 11 or 18 May, Treasurer Frydenberg’s first Budget is a crucial platform from which the Government will unofficially launch its election campaign, as it attempts to convey the message that the economy is strong under its management.
In this episode of Tax Yak, Robyn yaks with TaxBanter director, Neil Jones, about the key tax and superannuation measures announced in the Federal Budget on 2 April. Their analysis and commentary will provide you with an understanding of how the measures will affect you and your clients. The discussion will also include an analysis of the key statements made by Bill Shorten in his Opposition Budget-in-reply speech on 4 April.
Host: Robyn Jacobson
Guest: Neil Jones
Recorded: 5 April 2019
The JobKeeper payment scheme – your questions, answered
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Existing TaxBanter clients:
Coverage of the JobKeeper package will take place in your next scheduled training session. If you require training sooner, please contact us immediately to schedule an additional JobKeeper session ($770 per firm).
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All sessions will be supported by comprehensive JobKeeper training material.