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Brand owners beware: You are responsible for user posts on Facebook

Companies may have to radically rethink their social media marketing as a result of decisions by the Advertising Standards Board.

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Taxpayers beware: The ATO tightens the noose on Part IVA tax avoidance cases

Announced changes to Part IVA will remove a key defence in tax avoidance cases and add to the minefield of risk and uncertainty for taxpayers.

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Infrastructure Reform in Queensland Part 3 - Removing Land Act obstacles

Queensland’s Land Act needs urgent reform to smooth the way for private developers to undertake important infrastructure projects.

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The winning recipe in tax litigation: What every taxpayer should know

While there is no magical formula for winning a tax case, three ingredients hold the key for taxpayer success.

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Got a tax dispute with the ATO? Time may be ripe to pursue a resolution

Pressure on the ATO to boost revenue has increased risks for taxpayers but also opened up opportunities to resolve outstanding cases.

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A lower company tax rate. At what cost?

The Government wants to cut the corporate tax rate. But tough decisions must be made and not everyone will win.

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Don’t wait for the ATO to come knocking: Prepare your tax defence now

Being proactive is your best defence to an ATO challenge.

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Off-shore outsourcing: Reap the benefits but avoid the perils

Outsourcing business functions to lower cost countries is no longer optional for many businesses - it is a commercial imperative to stay competitive. But there are many pitfalls for the unwary.

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NRL rights deal confirms there is still big money in sport, despite regulatory uncertainty for media industry

Why has the Nine Network and Fox Sports just paid $1billion for the NRL broadcast rights when those rights could be transformed overnight?

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Prince Harry, those naked pictures and the question of the right to privacy in the digital age

Is it time for Australia to review its privacy laws?

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RMB currency reforms gather strength

As the Chinese government continues its reform, increasing numbers of Australian companies are discovering the benefits of trading in RMB.

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Grey issue, white paper - Jakarta Globe column

The Australian government has initiated a White Paper to understand the implications of the Asian Century. The need for understanding is mutual.

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New ASX placement rules for small to mid caps: Will they work?

Junior miners on the ASX can now raise more capital via private placements. It’s welcome news, but there’s a catch.

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