Thomson Reuters has announced it is rolling out its global indirect tax software, Onesource, on 30 Oracle cloud regions including Sydney and Melbourne so clients know exactly where their data is being processed.
Online retailer Kogan has breached the Australian Consumer Law by making false and misleading representations about a tax time sales promotion.
The Labor Party is pressuring the Federal Government to explain why it is reportedly introducing a $7 per month broadband tax on 1 July, while cutting regional NBN investment at the same time.
The Australian Government's myGov website has crashed as taxpayers pile on to file their returns in a bid to get the sum of a little over $500 that will come to some as part of the laws to cut tax passed recently.
France will begin taxing Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon in the new year, with the country's Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire telling the media on Tuesday that €500 million (US$570 million) would be raised through this measure in 2019.
Etax has listed the tax deductions that "working professionals and office admin staff need to know about to boost this year’s tax return".
The European Commission has unveiled proposals for taxing digital companies across the 28-member bloc, with an interim measure which will be replaced by a more permanent alternative.
Accounting software provider Sage has released an Australian cloud version of its HandiTax electronic tax lodgement software.
The federal government’s new tax — dubbed the "Netflix Tax" — on imported digital products and services comes into effect next Saturday, 1 July, pushing the price of goods and services up by 10%.
Apple and Ireland have decided to appeal against the European Union's order in August that the software company pay back taxes of €13 billion (A$19.73 billion).
The federal government is poised to force ISPs to block access to overseas retailers who refuse to include GST in the purchase of goods under $1000 by online shoppers from Australia, according a report from consumer advocate Choice.
Facebook has warned that it could face a tax bill of between US$3 billion and US$5 billion over the transfer of assets to Ireland.
Could it have been ‘Vodafail’ as customers deserted the less than stellar performing mobile carrier back in 2014. Whatever the reason a huge number of Australians want to know why the multinational mobile operator paid no tax in Australia – and they want to know now.
Internet Australia is not letting up with its constant pressure on the federal government over the Data Retention Act, now warning that consumers will be the big losers if the government fails to deal with implementation issues associated with the act.
Foxtel says it welcomes the Government’s ‘move to level the digital playing field’, which means it welcomes your costs going up - but do you?
With corporate tax minimisation in the news, the Government is considering ways to claw back at least some money from easy targets. And it is taking us for fools in the process.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he will look at imposing GST on online ads sold from overseas by Google and others.
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