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Australian Securities & Investments Commission
ASIC is Australia’s corporate, markets and financial services regulator.
Australian Taxation Office
As the principal revenue collection agency of the Australian Government, the Australian Taxation Office also delivers various social and economic benefit and incentive programs. They administer major aspects of Australia’s superannuation system, act as custodian of the Australian Business Register and manager of business operations of the Australian Valuation Office.
Fair Trading NSW
NSW Fair Trading safeguards the rights of all consumers and advises business and traders on fair and ethical practice.
AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL SERVICES AUTHORITY
The Australian Financial Services Authority (formerly Insolvency & Trustee Service of Australia or ITSA) is responsible for the administration and regulation of the personal insolvency system, trustee services and the administration of the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR).
McKillop Financial Planning
McKillop Financial Planning has a long history of providing quality advice and excellent service to their clients. Since 1985 they have assisted many clients to achieve their financial and lifestyle goals.
McKillop Property is the premiere real estate agency in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, with offices in Bowral, Mittagong and Robertson.
Office of State Revenue – NSW
The Office of State Revenue (OSR) is part of the NSW Department of Finance and Services (DFS). They administer State taxation; collect revenue, outstanding fines and penalties; develop policy and implement legislation relating to taxation, fines and duties for the people of NSW. They also administer benefits and grants to provide valuable assistance to families and enterprises across the state.
Supreme Court of New South Wales
The Supreme Court is the highest court in NSW. It has unlimited civil jurisdiction and hears the most serious criminal matters.
Recent posts on our blog
Can you just put a caveat on someone's house?
If you are owed a substantial sum of money by someone, whether because you have loaned them funds or if […]Read More ›
New Consumer Laws for services apply from 9 June 2019
In our April 2018 blogpost, we provided a brief summary of some of the key requirements under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) […]Read More ›
New Drink Driving Laws
From 20 May 2019, a streamlined process that delivers swift penalties will apply to NSW drivers who commit a first-time, […]Read More ›