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A malware infection has taken down the worldwide operations of an accounting software provider, with the company adamant that no client information has been breached.

Wolters Kluwer global services hit by malware

MYOB has confirmed that clients affected by its system outages will be granted an exemption by the ATO, with one software boss claiming that MYOB is not the only provider with issues.

ATO grants extension after MYOB glitch, doubts cast over Reckon

Accounting software provider MYOB has been hit with glitches, leaving accountants and their clients struggling to meet their BAS reporting deadlines.

MYOB hit by system glitches around reporting deadline

Clients will soon have access to a new authorisation tool that will allow tax and BAS agents to act on behalf of them as part of the phaseout of AUSkey.

New client authorisation solution set to debut

MYOB shareholders have voted in favour of the takeover bid from private equity giant KKR after a protracted negotiation period.

MYOB shareholders green-light takeover bid

Tax agents can now lodge an online transfer balance account report and view transfer balance cap information through the ATO’s new online services for agents.

ATO launches electronic TBAR form

An MYOB stakeholder has ramped up pressure on the board to reconsider the KKR takeover proposal by steadily increasing its substantial stake in the company.

Stakeholder increases share in MYOB as takeover negotiations continue

The Tax Office has begun providing accounting software developers the tools and protocols they will need to create a one-stop shop service for agents without needing to toggle in and out of the ATO’s services.

ATO pushes towards software one-stop shop for agents

Some of the ATO’s IT systems failed to meet expectations during the first half of the current financial year, as the agency looks to act on a parliamentary recommendation to improve accountability of its system stability.

ATO publishes system scorecard with SBR2 chief culprit

Following years of promises to improve the visibility of ATO correspondence sent to clients, the Tax Office is set to roll out the first phase of its new communication preferences function.

myGov client communication change rollout begins

MYOB’s takeover has hit a hurdle with a US hedge fund stakeholder calling for the board to reconsider its unanimous recommendation in proceeding with the bid.

Takeover bid for MYOB hits hurdle as stakeholder speaks out

A joint Australian and New Zealand board aimed at tackling the implementation of e-invoicing has been established.

Trans-Tasman e-invoicing board established

A malware infection has taken down the worldwide operations of an accounting software provider, with the company adamant that no client information has been breached.

Wolters Kluwer global services hit by malware

MYOB has confirmed that clients affected by its system outages will be granted an exemption by the ATO, with one software boss claiming that MYOB is not the only provider with issues.

ATO grants extension after MYOB glitch, doubts cast over Reckon

Accounting software provider MYOB has been hit with glitches, leaving accountants and their clients struggling to meet their BAS reporting deadlines.

MYOB hit by system glitches around reporting deadline