FAQs matching Taxation law

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Who can advise my business on business record keeping?

Practice Areas: Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Franchises, Taxation law

A number of individuals and bodies can provide you with advice and suggestions on small business record keeping such as: accountants;specialised tax advisors;the...

Will the legal framework for the administration of the GST be simplified further? And is there any relief in relation to cross-border transactions?

Practice Areas: Business & Commercial Law, Taxation law, International Law

GST cross-border transactions will be simplified. The government will implement the recommendations of the Board of Taxation presented from its review...

My ex has not been making his Child Support payments, What should I do?

Practice Areas: Divorce, Children, Separation, Financial Disputes, Agreements, Marriage and Civil Partnerships, Taxation law

  My ex-partner and I drew up a binding agreement to set up the child support he has to pay directly to my account. This is less than the Child Support...

With so many businesses failing in these difficult financial times, is there any room for research and development?

Practice Areas: Business & Commercial Law, Taxation law, Constitutional Law

Perhaps, the answer to this question lies in the new R&D Tax credit. On 18 September 2009, the Rudd Government announced that it will begin consultation...

What is Transfer Duty on Real Property?

Practice Areas: Buying a Home, Conveyancing, Selling a Home, Taxation law

In defining `real' property, a distinction is made between `real' property and `personal' property. Real property refers to land and its annexations and...

What is stamp duty?

Practice Areas: Buying a Home, Taxation law

Stamp duty is a State tax on written documents and certain transactions, such as: Hire purchase agreementsMotor vehicle registration and transferLeases...

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