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  • 15/11/2017 Victoria’s booming with no sign of slowing down soon…

    The population in Victoria had its all-time greatest annual increase last year. According to Ethos Urban’s Tim Peggie at this morning’s William Buck Property Pulse presentation, Victoria also had the fastest growth rate in Australia at 2.13% (next best was 1.4%). The question is, can Victoria handle this growth? What does it mean for investors? And how will it change the landscape of our fair state, quite literally. 

  • 8/10/2017 William Buck’s International alliance named Association of Year at IAB Awards

    Praxity – William Buck’s international alliance – has been named Association of the Year at the 2017 International Accounting Bulletin Awards.

    It is the third time in four years that Praxity has scooped the prize, which was presented in London on 4 October. This follows the award of ‘Rising Star’ in 2013.

    Judges praised Praxity’s “outstanding progress, support and knowledge sharing on a global level”.

  • 6/07/2017 William Buck kicks off support of gender equality through VAFA Premier Women’s sponsorship

    William Buck Chartered Accountants and Advisors in Victoria is delighted to sponsor the Victorian Amateur Football Association (VAFA) Premier women’s section in a three year sponsorship deal as part of its ongoing commitment to supporting women and gender equity within the workplace and local communities.  

  • 5/07/2017 Why I’m positive about the future for South Australia

    There’s been a lot of hand-wringing in recent months about the South Australian economy. Rarely a week goes by without another media report citing a highly credentialed commentator lamenting the lack of direction and painting a general picture of gloom and doom for the State.

  • 5/07/2017 Is Australia actually open for business?

    The first day of financial year always brings with it a multitude of tax changes.  Two of the biggest tax changes this year are the Diverted Profits Tax (“DPT”) and an unprecedented increase in administrative penalties.  Both changes add to the suite of measures, such as Multinational Anti Avoidance Law and Country By Country reporting, targeted at large multinationals with the stated aim of countering tax avoidance.  

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