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This premier event on superannuation will cover the key issues in the post superannuation reform environment and the practical implications of the changes for both pensions, property and contributions, plus more.
With an impressive panel of industry experts analysing the changes and offering possible solutions and strategies, this conference is a must-attend for practitioners in the SMSF space.
February Morning Tax Club
Registration: 7.15amSession: 7.30am - 9.00amTopic: Navigating your way through the Division 7A minefield
Division 7A is a complex area of the law and is set to become more complex as a result of changes intended to apply from 1 July 2019. This will mean, for a time, advisers will need to be across both the existing and the proposed changes. This session will address:
– Identifying and diagnosing Div 7A problems
– Dealing with the practicalities of compliance and non-compliance with the provisions of Div 7A
– How some of the proposed changes will impact on complying with Div 7A, particularly in relation to UPEs, 10-year loan agreements and self-corrective action
– Whether more changes are necessary to Div 7A.
Topic Presenter: Andrew Noolan, CTA, Brown Wright Stein LawyersTax Update Presenter: Jim Koutsokostas, CTA, Hall & Wilcox
March Morning Tax Club
Registration: 7.15amSession: 7.30am - 9.00amTopic: SMSF Update
This session provides an update on the latest changes to the legislation, rulings and cases
Topic Presenter: Mark Wilkinson, CTA, BDOTax Update Presenter: Matthew McKee, Brown Wright Stein Lawyers
April Morning Tax Club
Registration: 7.15amSession: 7.30am - 9.00amTopic: Employment taxes, annual update and discussion
This session will provide a technical update with respect to various employment tax obligations (including FBT, payroll tax and superannuation guarantee) as well address some practical issues facing employers with respect to these obligations. The presenters will also provide insights on real life situations faced by employers and provide insight on the behaviours and approaches taken by revenue authorities over the past year in dealing with employers who have not met their employment tax obligations.
Topic Presenter: Elizma Bolt and Hannah Bird, DeloitteTax Update Presenter: Peter Bardos, HLB Mann Judd
Move to the front on international tax matters
This full day seminar presented by leading international tax experts will provides you with an understanding of the continuing changes in the international tax arena relating to Australia. The day will consist of detailed presentations and discussions of recent changes and developments (such as the forthcoming anti-hybrid laws, the complex RCF case and the interesting US tax reform measures). The focus will be on the practical impact of such changes and the commercial issues that arise. Furthermore, there will be a presentation by senior ATO officials on the changing international tax landscape and the international tax matters that are on the ATO’s radar. Who should attend?
This masterclass should be on the calendar of anyone with a serious interest in international tax, particularly those involved in trade or finance that crosses national borders. This masterclass is intended for Tax Directors and Managers in multinational and large corporate groups, for tax advisors and structured finance professionals.
The Tax Institute’s monthly Morning Tax Club is especially tailored to keep you up-to-date on the latest developments in all areas of tax. Our update will bring you up to speed on the latest advances in legislation, cases, rulings and practice and is followed by our special topic which has been expressly designed by experienced tax professionals to help you best advise your SME’s and private client groups.
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Monthly format:7.15am Registration7.25am Chairperson Welcome7.30am Tax Update Presentation8.00am Monthly Topic Presentation9.00am Close
All sessions are scheduled to be held monthly: (February–November), from 7.30am–9.00am, registration from 7.15am. Each session includes a monthly tax update and notes.
Dates for 2019:
Tuesday 5 FebruaryTuesday 5 MarchTuesday 2 AprilTuesday 7 MayTuesday 4 JuneTuesday 2 JulyTuesday 6 AugustTuesday 3 SeptemberTuesday 1 OctoberWednesday 6 November
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Thursday 7 MarchThursday 4 AprilThursday 9 MayThursday 6 JuneThursday 4 JulyThursday 9 AugustThursday 8 SeptemberThursday 3 OctoberThursday 7 November
The National Convention has been developed by a team of tax professionals who aim to bring you a program that is technically relevant and practical, and designed to meet the needs of tax professionals in all industries, at all stages of their career. With more than 500 attendees each year this is a great opportunity to network with the brightest minds in tax.
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Advanced close - Friday, 7 December 2018
Early bird close - Friday, 1 February 2019
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