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31 January 2019
With STP for smaller employers (less than 20 employees) being a step closer to becoming law from 1 July 2019, affected employers should be taking steps now to ensure they will be compliant by this proposed start date.
With constant changes to superannuation laws, it is a challenge for retirees, businesses and individuals alike to stay abreast of the current rules. Should the Labor party be successful at the next federal election, we can expect further changes.
7 November 2018
Baumgartners to Participate in Expert Panel at Forum for Expatriate Management’s EMEA Global Mobility Summit in London
1 October 2018
PRESS RELEASE - Mission Accomplished: Baumgartners Ready for the Battles of International Business After Attendance at International Alliance’s Worldwide Conference in Vancouver
14 June 2018
30 June is once again almost upon us however it is not yet too late to undertake meaningful tax planning. This year, in addition to the usual planning opportunities available to taxpayers, there are an unusually large number of changes to be aware of.
The ATO are continuing to move towards real time electronic reporting of payroll information. From 1 July 2018, Single Touch Payroll applies to certain larger employers and requires reporting of payroll information to the ATO each pay cycle.
Press Release - Baumgartner Group was represented from 24-26 May in Osaka, Japan at the Asia Pacific Regional Conference of Alliott Group, the international alliance of professional services firms of which our firm is a member.
5 February 2018
Head of Audit, Susan Barbour, recently contributed to an article on the financial risk challenges facing association chapters and branches. Please follow this link to read the full article.
14 December 2017
Baumgartners were recently quoted in Financier Worldwide's January 2018 feature article on the Common Reporting Standard. Click here to read more.
27 October 2017
Following commencement on 1 July 2017 of the most extensive changes to Australia’s superannuation rules in a decade, the Australian Tax Office are introducing onerous new event-based reporting requirements which will affect every SMSF from 1 July 2018.