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2018 SA Agribusiness Day

Friday, 23 March 2018 - 8:55 AM to
Friday, 23 March 2018 - 4:30 PM
Adelaide Convention Centre Gilbert Suite (formerly Panorama Suite), Adelaide, SA Australia
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Registration Time: 08:30:00 AM

Member Price: $585.00

Non Member Price: $75.00

CPD hours:6.25

The Australian and South Australian economies are heavily reliant upon a strong contribution by agribusiness and have seen considerable growth in this sector in recent years. Whilst challenges are faced with income fluctuations from climate and market factors, opportunities are presented with improved technology and increasing global demand. Irrespective of where agribusiness clients are in the business lifecycle, they will face these unique challenges and opportunities and will seek assistance from their trusted advisor to address them, and appropriately manage the tax implications!

This full day event will start with a banking and finance update from RABO Bank, giving delegates a greater understanding of what the agribusiness sector is doing and what banks are looking for when clients are seeking finance. Following this critical update, an ensemble of leading tax advisors will explore and discuss the tax issues faced by agribusiness clients through their lifecycle, including: managing income and expenditure, application of GST and Stamp Duty, and restructuring at maturity. The day will conclude with a thorough update of the recent changes to the WET legislation, which is critical for anyone with clients in South Australia’s world-renowned wine industry, and an update from the ATO on issues they see in the primary production sector.

This is an event that can’t be missed for anyone with clients in South Australia’s burgeoning Agribusiness sector.

Sessions include:

  • Banking and Finance Brief for SA Agribusiness - Roger Matthews (RABO Bank)
  • Managing Primary Production Income and Expenses - James Northcote (William Buck)
  • Forecasting Done Right - Bruce Debenham (Perks Chartered Accountants)
  • GST and Stamp Duty - Michael Evans, CTA (Taxsifu)
  • Restructuring & Estate Planning - Peter Bosco (Bosco Law)
  • Wine Equalisation Tax – Understanding the Impact to Wine Businesses of the New WET Reforms - Matthew Brittingham, CTA (Finlaysons)
  • The ATO on Primary Production Issues in Practice - Jim Robinson (ATO Innovation Tax) and Tim Sporne (ATO Tax Counsel Network)
  • Networking Drinks