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Scams targeting ASIC customers

Written by: diagnoadmin
February 5, 2019

Scammers pretending to be from ASIC have been contacting Registry customers asking them to pay fees and give personal information to renew their business or company name. These emails often have a link that provides an invoice with fake payment details or …

Are you restructuring?

Written by: diagnoadmin
February 5, 2019

When you change the structure of your business, ownership of the assets doesn’t really change. Which is why the ATO allows you to transfer assets as part of a restructure without having to pay income tax on that transfer. In the past …

Introducing David McGrath

Written by: diagnoadmin
February 5, 2019

We are excited to announce David McGrath has joined the Diagno team as Senior Financial Adviser. David’s experience and knowledge bolsters the Diagno team as we continue to pursue the highest standards, ensuring our clients remain at the centre of what we …

Employer Obligations

Written by: diagnoadmin
November 27, 2016

Employer obligations are coming under the microscope more and more as sophisticated systems, coupled with additional reporting requirements is making it easier for government bodies to review and match business information. This is not an attempt to scare monger, rather an opportunity …

ATO Fraud and Scams

Written by: diagnoadmin
September 15, 2016

There has been a spate of ATO scams circulating over the last few months. Whilst data security is of the utmost importance in the ever evolving world of technology, these so called ‘scammers’ continue to launch aggressive campaigns, where even the ATO …

Proposed Changes to GST

Written by: diagnoadmin
December 4, 2015

A political commentator recently noted Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison stated the Australian government has “ … a spending problem, not a revenue problem”. Currently, Australia is spending approximately $100 million a day more than revenue generated. For Australia, if the global economy …