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Moore Stephens Automotive Key Performance Indicators for Automotive Retailers
The KPI Report for Automotive Retailers analyses the luxury and non-luxury market trends for the industry in Australia.
Australia
8 May 2015
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Automotive Transformation Scheme (ATS) government grants
Government funding aims to encourage competitive investment and innovation via the Automotive Transformation Scheme.
Australia
1 Apr 2015
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Cyber Fraud - How well is your dealership protected?
Cyber fraud is an emerging area of increasing risk, and deserves to be at the top of every business owner's agenda.
Australia
10 Dec 2014
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Buyers beware: Review of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989
The public consultation workshop in Melbourne outlined the process and gave stakeholders an opportunity to provide input.
Australia
10 Dec 2014
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October 2014 YTD Automative Sales Update
The new car sales industry in Australia experienced a 1.9% decline in vehicle sales for the October 2014 calendar YTD.
Australia
10 Dec 2014
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2014 Key performance indicators for automotive retailers (non-luxury & luxury editions)
The Australian new car market has continued its upward sales trend with official sales figures up for the year 2013.
Australia
 
5 Aug 2014
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Moore Stephens Auto Winter Newsletter 2014
This issue includes the results and key findings from the recent nationwide Moore Stephens 'Automotive Fraud Survey'.
Australia
5 Aug 2014
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2014 Moore Stephens Automotive Fraud Survey results
The Automotive Fraud Survey results are in - one in every three instances of fraud in dealerships exceeds $100,000.
Australia
 
12 Jul 2014
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Closures of car retailers may boost car yard fortunes
Car retailers are fighting back and multi-brand retailers seem to be more successful than ones which just sell one type.
Australia
28 Feb 2014
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Automotive update: LCT & GST deadline extended
Automotive retailers need more time to calculate, remit and document LCT and GST amounts, after the AP Group decision.
Australia
26 Feb 2014
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Motor dealership systems and controls review
Challenges experienced in the current economic environment could leave many motor dealerships vulnerable to fraud.
Australia
6 Jun 2013
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Key Performance Indicators for Automotive Retailers 2013
The Australian new car market has bucked retail trends, with official 2012 sales figures showing that sales increased.
Australia
26 Mar 2013
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Shipping Tax Reform Legislation Passed by the Australia Parliament
The Australian Government has passed legislation to enact significant reforms for the Australian Shipping Industry.
Australia
21 Jun 2012
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Legislation for Tax Reform of the Australian Shipping Regime Passed by House of Representatives
In substance the Shipping Bills are the same as those introduced in March 2012 and almost identical to the Draft Bills.
Australia
3 Jun 2012
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Legislation for Reform to Australian Shipping Regime Introduced into Parliament
The Bills to reform Australian shipping are almost identical to the Draft Bills and ignore much industry feedback.
Australia
25 Mar 2012
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Tax incentives for the shipping industry – Moore Stephens' submission to Treasury
The Federal Treasury has released draft legislation to enact tax reforms for the Australian Shipping Industry.
Australia
7 Mar 2012
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Draft Tax Legislation for reform to Australian shipping regime released
The Government has released draft legislation to enact the tax reforms for the shipping industry announced last year.
Australia
24 Feb 2012
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New Personal Property Security ("PPS") Rules apply to leases of boats.
The PPS legislation will create as online registration system for all security interests, including bareboat leases.
Australia
12 Dec 2011
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Significant reform to Australian shipping regime announced
Consideration of reforms intended to stimulate the industry and create an internationally competitive industry.
Australia
14 Sep 2011
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Shipping Matters- December 2010
There will be several fiscal reforms that this industry has long called for. Australian companies that operate Australian registered trading ships above 500 tons would be able to elect to pay tonnage tax, attracting tax liability on income from trading activities based on the tonnage of the ship. In return, businesses will need to agree to train new entrants to the industry.
Australia
8 Dec 2010
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