VIC State Budget 2022/23

The Victorian Government has delivered the 2022/23 Budget with a clear emphasis on health, education and infrastructure projects in Victoria and no major surprises or material new taxes for Victorian businesses. Key takeaways Although there are no key tax measures introduced, direct property taxes will continue to be the source of over 50% of new […]

Federal Budget Overview 2022/23

Last night, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg delivered the 2022/23 Federal Budget, setting the Government up for their pre-election. With a May election fast approaching, there was a lot of anticipation that this Federal Budget would provide much needed support for households in managing the cost of living. While borders have opened, many business in several key […]

Daren Yeoh, Partner

Director, Tax
Daren has over 20 years’ experience advising corporate and multinational groups on all aspects of Australian and International tax law. He leads the SW Transfer Pricing team and advises multinational groups on international structuring, profit repatriation strategies, sale and acquisition structuring, tax consolidation, application of the accruals taxation regime (e.g. CFC, FIF, foreign hybrid, and […]

Daniel Minihan, Partner

Director, Business & Private Client Advisory
Daniel is the Director, Responsible Manager and an Authorised Representative (476433) of the Wealth Management practice (SW Wealth) and Head of Private Clients. He has been assisting clients to align their financial strategies with their goals and values for over 20 years. He works with a broad spectrum of clients from small individuals to large […]

Colin Stewart, Partner

Director, Business & Private Client Advisory
Colin has over 30 years’ experience in assisting clients with all of their accounting and taxation requirements. Over the years Colin has worked on a broad range of clients assisting with strategic and structuring advice, commercial property management, family office requirements and meeting clients day to day accounting and taxation needs. His open and direct […]


Being an outstanding educator is not just about good teaching and great facilities. It demands a well-oiled machine that runs like a business, delivering transparency in everything you do. It requires institutions to keep up-to-date with significant and far-reaching regulatory changes, adequately funding your increasing student population and infrastructure needs, and satisfying student and parent expectations.  With experience […]

Federal Budget 2021/22

Last night Treasurer Josh Frydenberg delivered the 2021 Federal Budget which was an extension of October’s 2020 COVID-recovery Budget, and focused on job creation and spending for individuals, in the wake of the pandemic. With an election looming, the conservative Budget included few surprises, continuing to give support to some key industries (but not all), […]

Schools Tax Guide

Navigating tax matters in a changing environment can be seen as an intricate process for schools. We discuss the three key tax areas that could affect your school and explain how ShineWing Australia can assist with relieving the pressures associated with these issues. Fringe Benefits Tax Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) is a complex area when […]

TEQSA Financial Viability Assessments

The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) has mandated the provision of more financial data as part of its Financial Viability Assessments for education providers. What is required? As part of the Financial Viability Assessments, TEQSA requires education providers to submit the financial management accounts to 30 June 2020, which includes: Balance Sheet as […]