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Your borrower has defaulted: When do you pull the trigger?

25th July 2016

How to act when a borrower encounters problems? Bill Schwartz of MSI's Illinois law member firm Levenfeld Pearlstein, with the help of a sliding scale of troubled loans, provides clarity on what to do and when.

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Succession Planning for Baby Boomers

25th July 2016

With Australia’s ageing population, its workforce is also facing a huge transformation. Succession planning is important for any business, but as the baby boomer generation continues to retire in waves, it’s more vital now than ever. MSI's Perth accounting member McKinley Plowman provides insight into this matter.

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China insights: Understanding the China & Hong Kong tax systems

20th July 2016

The respective tax systems of the People's Republic of China and Hong Kong have some key differences that a business operating in both tax jurisdictions should be aware of in order to ensure full compliance. This article by MSI's Chinese accounting member LehmanBrown explains both systems and offers a simple comparison.

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Reform on the taxation of pension funds in South Africa

20th July 2016

This article by MSI accounting member Newtons Chartered Accountants provides an insight into the current taxation of pension funds in South Africa.

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