William Buck expands R&D grants and incentives services for South Australia businesses

By William Buck on 09/09/19 - Mins to read: 2 minutes

Accounting and Business Advisory firm William Buck is bolstering its support of local SMEs undertaking Research & Development (R&D). William Buck’s Adelaide-based R&D Grants and Incentives team has been expanded to assist local businesses investing in new products and services to identify and source potential funding support. “We see our...
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William Buck QLD merges with Accounting One

By William Buck on 09/09/19 - Mins to read: 2 minutes

Our William Buck Queensland team have announced the acquisition of an accounting firm, today. Accounting One will move into the William Buck Gold Coast office, as they continue to strengthen their local presence as leading advisors to the middle market....
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Internal promotions drive organic growth across the William Buck group

By William Buck on 09/09/19 - Mins to read: 2 minutes

William Buck have announced the promotion of three new directors and three principals across the group, as of July 1, 2019. William Buck congratulate the following internal promotions, indicative of  increased growth across the group: New South Wales — Lynda Clark, Director — Charis Liew, Director — Nick Kenny, Director...
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William Buck SA merges with Tregloans

By William Buck on 09/09/19 - Mins to read: 2 minutes

Accounting and advisory firm William Buck is merging with established Adelaide-based chartered accounting firm Tregloans. The merger, effective from July 1, further strengthens William Buck’s reputation as a leading provider of specialist services to mid-market businesses and high net worth individuals. As part of the merger, Tregloans’...
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Seasonal holiday homes on ATO radar this tax season

By William Buck on 09/09/19 - Mins to read: 2 minutes

Commentary from Craig Barry, Director of Tax Services at William Buck Accountants and Advisors Increased sophistication of data-matching means holiday houses rented on common share economy sites such as Stayz and Airbnb, that don’t derive income, will be on the ATO’s radar this tax season. The ATO are interested in...
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100-day action plan: a superannuation perspective

By William Buck on 09/09/19 - Mins to read: 2 minutes

In continuing our election coverage, superannuation expert Tricia Kleinig discusses the top five superannuation changes that should be in Scott Morrisons first 100-day action plan. 1. Re-introduce lapsed Superannuation Bills Since last year, many Bills have lapsed. Contributing factors include; having a minority Government, being stalled in the senate and...
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