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How to Avoid an Audit for Payroll Tax.
Payroll tax is often completely overlooked by business. One reason is that payroll tax creeps up on businesses and without realising it their wages exceed that State's* threshold. Unfortunately, the thresholds are different in each jurisdiction. Someone I know recently received a payroll tax ...
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7 Things you should know before registering for Payroll Tax.
Payroll tax is a State based tax paid by employers. It is collected throughout Australia by each State and Territory. Each State and Territory has its own rules for calculating and applying payroll tax. Even though it is a state based tax it is calculated on the total wages you pay in Australia.
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FRAUD AND CORPORATE CRIME. An Introduction. The Crimes Act 1900 (NSW) ('The Act'), in Section 192E denotes that one is guilty of fraud if he/she uses deception or dishonesty to obtain property belonging to another (s192E (1a)) or obtains any financial advantage or causes any financial ...
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An introduction to the criminal offence of affray. If media reports are anything to go by, offences involving violence are an all too regular occurrence, and if you are indeed a regular consumer of news stories involving violence, it's possible that you have encountered the term, 'affray'.
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Involved in a motor vehicle accident? What are my obligations?
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Involved in a motor vehicle accident? What are my obligations? If we took a moment to think about it, sometimes it's amazing with the amount of drivers on the road that accidents don't occur more frequently. However with that being said, there may be times when our luck does run out and we're ...
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Changes to annual leave provisions - Fair Work Commission four yearly review
Changes to annual leave provisions - Fair Work Commission four yearly review. The Fair Work Commission has released a series of changes following its four-yearly review of modern awards. The changes deal predominately with the issue of excessive annual leave accrued by employees.
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A costly “tweet” and an even more costly “revenge”: Hockey v Fairfax. 
Two recent defamation actions brought by prominent politicians have highlighted the perils of Twitter and other forms of social media for defamation defendants, and the need to check one's facts and make reasonable enquiries before publishing something defamatory about a prominent person.
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Will your corporate governance reporting be up to scratch this year?
All ASX listed companies whose financial year ended on 30 June 2015 will soon be considering (if they have not already) how they will report against the updated ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations (Principles and Recommendations) for the 2014/2015 financial year.
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How trusts are terminated under Australian law. There are three main ways in which a trust instrument may be terminated, and are as follows: the power of revocation may be included within the trust instrument, granting the power to revoke the trust to a number of parties;; with the consent of ...
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‘Whoops!’ I’ve made a mistake! Can a notice of resignation be withdrawn?
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'Whoops!' I've made a mistake! Can a notice of resignation be withdrawn? Many of us when deciding upon leaving a place of work, will do so without giving it a second thought. However, there may be some instances where notice has been provided, but either the employer or employee may then wish to ...
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Email correspondence a valid and binding contract, court confirms
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Email correspondence a valid and binding contract, court confirms. A recent decision by the Supreme Court of Queensland confirmed that email communications can amount to a legal contract, in this case, a contract for the sale of a commercial property known as the Koah Roadhouse.
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Can a person commit a criminal offence of assault via the use of words?
Can a person commit a criminal offence of assault via the use of words? Many readers will be familiar with the adage of 'sticks and stones will break my bones but words will never hurt me' – and although we'd like to believe that words don't hurt, they sometimes can have an effect.
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