Doing Business Overseas Webinar Series The essential Guide for success 8th -29th August 2019
Are you are looking to expand your business into India, Malayisa, Canada or Germany?
Then register to attend the DFKANZ “Doing Business Overseas” Webinar Series. We’re co-hosting 4 webinars with representatives from our international offices to provide valuable insights on the specific and unique accounting, tax, structural, legal and compliance factors that are essential for you to know for each country.
You’ll also receive a comprehensive “Doing Business In” guide for each country at the live online event.
In this valuable and practical webinar in our Better Business Series, two of our experienced HR Managers will be sharing core strategies and insights across recruitment, performance management and building a positive workplace culture. It’s an ideal opportunity for owners and directors of small to medium businesses who don’t have an internal HR resource to gain knowledge and insight.
Two of our experienced HR Managers, Wendy Jeffery-Lonnie from DFK Gooding Partners in Perth and Natalie Collinson from DFK Crosbie in Newcastle, will be sharing core strategies and insights across:
The Federal Treasurer, Mr Josh Frydenberg, handed down the 2019/20 Federal Budget at 7:30 pm (AEDT) on 2 April 2019.
Mr Frydenberg said the Budget is “back in the black”, announcing a budget surplus of $7.1b, and forecasting a surplus of $11b in 2020/21, $17.8b in 2021/22 and $9.2b in 2022/23. The budget focuses on “restoring the nation’s finances”, further strengthening the economy to create more jobs and to “guarantee the essential services”.
The government proposes various changes to further lower individual taxes, including increasing the low and middle income tax offset, and lowering the 32.5% rate to 30% in 2024/25. More businesses will have access to immediate deductions for asset purchases, with the expansion of the instant asset write-off to businesses with an annual turnover of less than $50m.
Download the Summary to review the tax, superannuation and social security highlights