Sunday, December 5, 2021

Why claiming R&D tax credits is the best way to fast track your startup

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When considering funding for your startup, the options and processes can be overwhelming. The situation can be tricky and tempting to bootstrap, get a bank loan, or to attempt to take on the task of making research and development (R&D) tax claims alone.

Businesses need to adapt their OHS to encompass safe remote working

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With lockdowns sending office workers home again, and many in other states continuing a hybrid working arrangement, a global risk management provider urges businesses to develop occupational health and safety management (OHS) systems that ensure the working conditions for all employees are monitored and meet international standards, regardless of their location.

Just bought some crypto? Here are some tax things you need to know

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If you’ve just dived into cryptocurrency and unsure how to approach it at tax time, Coco Hou, MD of Platinum Accounting Australia has some top tips to help put your mind at ease.

COVID delivers looming insurance disaster for Aussie home owners

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MCG Quantity Surveyors, a leading quantity surveying firm says Australian property owners are at immediate risk of a massive but preventable insurance blow to the industry.

South Korean patent granted for Archer’s quantum computing chip

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Australian small cap, Archer Materials Limited, has announced the granting of a Republic of Korea patent associated with the company’s 12CQ quantum computing chip technology.

How to take a multi-faceted approach to environmental sustainability

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With carbon emissions a key theme of climate change policy debate, businesses often place great emphasis on achieving carbon neutrality.

The wackiest things you can claim on your tax return and how to be...

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The basic rule is that if you’ve incurred an expense as part of your job, you can claim it. For instance, if you’re a taxi driver, you can claim fuel for your car, while if you’re a tradie, you can likely claim a deduction for an array of essential tools.

Australian government’s appeal fights for duty to not care about children

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In announcing the Morrison Government’s intention to appeal Federal Court finding of a duty of care, Environment Minister Sussan Ley is arguing that she has the freedom to not care about Australian children and young people, according to the teenagers behind the case.

Macquarie Data Centres announces new Sydney North data centre

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Intellicentre 3 Super West will be designed, constructed and operated to meet the needs of corporate, government and multi-national customers and enhance New South Wales’ cyber security infrastructure and capabilities.

CSO Group win NSW Government Contract with Macquarie Government

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The deal includes a tightly integrated solution delivering a fully managed Security Monitoring Service, (Security Operations Centre (SOC) and Managed Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)) that offers real-time visibility, intelligence and remediation.

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