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MY CHA Japanese Tea-15% off
15% off the whole of tea range and all tea making accessories from MY CHA!
MY CHA has kindly offered us an ongoing members discount. You can keep exploring beautiful matcha powder, sencha, hoji-cha, genmaicha, kukicha and more by clicking HERE.
Enjoy browsing all of MY CHA’s amazing products, including a growing range of superb organic teas and benifuuki ( MY CHA’s new hay fever/allergy - immunity building matcha powder)
Simply insert the discount code ajsv15 upon checkout at the MY CHA website, for 15 % off your order. (*pottery range is not included due to limited stocks)
EY Webinar- Keeping abreast of changing tax laws & incentives and Managing your interaction with the ATO
One of our valued members, EY is holing a Webinar
Tax laws and incentives are changing rapidly in Australia. Governments have introduced measures to support the economy as well as to repair their budgets. Recently, NSW announced a bold plan to reform its stamp duty and property tax, while the Victorian government just last week announced measures that would increase stamp duty and payroll taxes. In order to help you navigate in these uncertain times, EY is pleased to invite you to a webinar where our Australian income tax, stamp duty and tax controversy experts discuss how to comply with evolving tax laws and manage your interactions with the Australian Taxation Office.
In this Webinar, we will provide a recap of the 2021/22 Federal budget and share some practical observations (that would be useful for businesses) once the dust has settled on the Federal Budget. We will provide an overview of the Federal Opposition’s Budget principles to allow us to understand how tax laws may change in the future if there is a change in Government at the next election. Our stamp duty experts will provide an overview of the local state budgets that have been handed down including commentary on the proposed shift to a “property tax” in New South Wales, details of which are currently expected to be released in the June Budget. Finally, our tax controversy team will provide details of the current audit efforts by the Australian Taxation Office and what needs to be done to prepare for an audit.
Date and Time: Tuesday 29 June 2021 4pm – 5:15pm
Language: Japanese/English with simultaneous interpretation
This event will be held on site at the EY Sydney office and simultaneously streamed via webinar. If you would like to attend the seminar in Sydney, please contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
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