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Join us for this free member only webinar hosted by Aon
You are now operating in an unprecedented spectrum of risk exposure as a tax professional
The need to see beyond professional risk, common errors and omissions, and face the unchartered landscape of new digital risks, along with mental health and wellbeing, is more important than ever before. Now is the time to reset for growth and equip yourself with the right solutions to optimise your risk management in a post-pandemic world.
Join Tanya Dasgupta, National Professions Leader, AON for a live session followed by a Q&A. Uncover how you can elevate your risk management strategy with appropriate advice, why it is important and how an experienced broker can help with effective risk mitigation – in order to build a resilient business that creates value for itself, and its people.
Uncover and understand– find out how professional risk along with digital and mental health & wellbeing risks are now prevalent and come with a multitude of risk impacts that you need to be aware of.
Impact and effect on business– Deep-dive into some notable impacts of risk exposures on business and operations
Solutions to optimise risk management– Equip yourself with the right advice, insights and solutions to mitigate and manage these risks today.
Is land tax the new stamp duty? Implications for trusts, foreign or foreign controlled landowners, property investors and property developers
The landscape of land tax is continuing to develop, with further changes to the way land tax surcharges operate, particularly in Queensland, New South Wales, Tasmania and Victoria, which require landowners to consider whether changes need to be made now. Meanwhile, NSW Treasury released a draft paper indicating a desire to move from a transaction based land tax system (ie duties) to a broad based annual land tax system, which could well include taxing the sacred family home and the family farm.
This webinar will explore the recent changes relating to land tax and land tax surcharges, including Queensland’s recently commenced land tax surcharge (together with accompanying ex gratia relief measures), recent experience in Victoria, requirements for discretionary trust deeds to be amended, the NSW build-to-rent scheme as well as contemplate what a new land-based tax system might look like and how a transition might be achieved.
This session is intended for a wide audience, but specifically:
In these challenging times, the Taxing Times webinar series will focus on elements of tax law with heightened relevance during this economic downturn. The topics will be released intermittently to ensure relevant and timely content.
Each webinar will have a practical focus to ensure delegates will be well equipped to assist their clients in navigating the ever-evolving tax landscape.
The Taxing Times webinar series has been developed for the SME tax advisers with mind. This series will ensure delegates can confidently identify traps and opportunities for their clients in this ever-evolving landscape.
This is a FREE member event.
Webinar login details will be sent to all delegates prior to the event, please keep an eye out in your inbox.
PLEASE NOTE: Registrations that are received after 5:00pm (AEST) on Monday 13 July will only have access to the webinar recording post-event.
Part 7: Ensuring company tax and capital losses are available for later use
PLEASE NOTE: Registrations that are received after 5:00pm (AEST) on Monday 28 September will only have access to the webinar recording post-event.
Part 8 – Current issues in managing a deceased estate
In this presentation, Ian Raspin, CTA and Chanmony Om from BNR Partners will discuss:
PLEASE NOTE: Registrations that are received after 5:00pm (AEDT) on Monday 19 October will only have access to the webinar recording post-event.
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