Australia’s leading professional accounting body, CPA Australia, suggests the government needs to front up with some answers for businesses to be able to reopen with any certainty under the announced roadmap to reopening. CPA believes without answers many businesses may remain closed or limit trading because of uncertainties around what they can and can’t do.… Read more »
With stage four restrictions expected to continue in Victoria until at least September 28, CPA Australia has called for urgent additional support for the state’s business owners. The CPA suggests the extended lockdown and ‘roadmap to reopening‘ will have devastating consequences for Victorian businesses. The viability of many businesses is under threat. Many have faced… Read more »
During tax time, accountants are warning all Australians to be on high alert for tax scams. Australians paid more than $2.1 million to tax scammers pretending to be the ATO in 2019. “Criminals know that many Australians doing it tough want quick tax refunds and that creates easy targets for tax scams,” said Chartered Accountants… Read more »
Certified Practicing Accountants Australia (CPA Australia) is urging the Morrison government to reflect, reimagine and reinvent to assist small businesses to recover post-COVID-19. Dr Gary Pflugrath, Executive General Manager Policy and Advocacy at CPA Australia suggests the government needs to shift its policy focus to supporting business recovery and reinvention to shepherd the nation to… Read more »
Accounting firm CPA Australia warns that the Government has dramatically underestimated the number of Australians who will be impacted by changes to superannuation.
The national program recognises Australian businesses for their export achievements and contribution to Australia’s economic prosperity.
A report by the Australian Bankers’ Association shows that access to bank loans is still a difficult process for many small businesses.