A collection of updates, insights and guides to help you manage the impact of the virus crisis.
October is Cyber Security Month. Company directors need to ensure they have IT security measures in place to protect businesses and staff from COVID-19 cyber attacks.
On Friday 9 October, HLB came together to support COVID-19 recovery in local communities for #HLBCommunities Day.
Since being in public practice, Kim has specialised in insolvency and reconstruction involving all types of personal and corporate administrations. With over 30 years experience, Kim has worked across a wide range of industries.
Daryl leads the Brisbane firm's Tax Consulting division. With more than 30 years' experience in tax consulting, he advises SMEs, large listed companies, high net wealth individuals and private family groups across a wide range of domestic and international issues.
Amanda commenced with the HLB Mann Judd Sydney team as a graduate in 2008. She has over 11 years’ experience specifically relating to audit and assurance process.
Based in Melbourne, John has worked for a wide range of both private and publicly-listed clients, with revenue ranging from $1 million through to over $300 million. John is known for his ability to build strong working relationships with clients. By doing this he is able to tailor his approach so that their goals can be met.
Paul was named “SMSF Investment Strategist of the Year” at the 2017 NSW SMSF and Accounting Awards. With over 20 years' experience in taxation, superannuation and investment fields, Paul now heads the Wealth Management division in the Wollongong firm.
Mitchell has over 10 years experience in all areas of superannuation, particularly self-managed superannuation funds. He is an accredited superannuation fund specialist and heads the superannuation division of the Wollongong firm. Mitchell also has comprehensive knowledge and experience in estate planning and personal taxation.
The Federal Government in its 2020-21 Federal Budget announced the temporary loss carry back measure that will be available to eligible corporate tax entities to assist them with cash flow by generating a tax refund.
From 1 January 2021, the proposed law aims to establish a cost-effective alternative to provide the best opportunity for small and micro businesses with less than $1m in liabilities to continue under the current owners.
The Queensland Government has released administrative guidelines for the removal of duty for eligible small business restructures. This will allow business operators to incorporate their business structure and transfer the assets without incurring transfer duty.
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