In this month’s Kundu we discuss the considerations for an effective Cost Benefit Analysis as a key tool to inform evidence-based investment and/or policy decisions. We also again touch on our continuing topical theme of cyber security – we cannot over emphasise the importance of protecting your business in this area. PNG business and Government are strongly advised to engage an external cyber professional to analyse and test your systems. We also have some reminders on the IRC and IPA front in terms of today’s deadline for provisional tax payments and business name renewals. Also included is news of our new partner addition to the firm effective 1 August 2023, Brett McDermott.
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In this Month's Kundu
Cost Benefit Analysis
by Rachel Armstrong, Director, Advisory Services
Cost Benefit Analysis is a key tool to inform evidence-based investment and/or policy decisions by the private sector, government, and NGOs. Cost Benefit Analysis is a systematic way of evaluating the desirability of a policy, project, or investment by weighing up its potential benefits versus its potential costs.
Other topics covered include:
- Cybercrime in PNG: What businesses need to know to stay safe.
- IRC Matters
- IPA Matters
- KPMG'S New Partner Addition
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