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February Morning Tax Club
Registration: 7.15amSession: 7.30am - 9.00amTopic: SMSF Update
Topic presenter: Graeme Colley, SuperConcepts
The changes to superannuation legislation from all angles are never ending and keeping up to date with them is a challenge. The first Morning Tax Club for 2020 will keep you up to date with those changes and have a focus on their application to self-managed super funds.
Tax Update presenter: Natalie Hewson, CTA, FMA Partners
March Morning Tax Club
Registration: 7.15amSession: 7.30am - 9.00amTopic: Independent Contractor vs Employee
Topic presenter: Matthew McKee, FIT, Brown Wright Stein
Tax Update presenter: Adam Dimac, Hall & Wilcox
April Morning Tax Club
Registration: 7.15amSession: 7.30am - 9.00amTopic: Death & Taxes
Topic presenter: Dung Lam, CTA, Argyle Lawyers
As the saying goes, “nothing is certain but death and taxes”. Although certain, tax upon death is not a simple affair. In this session, Dung Lam will provide guidance from her experience on the following:
• The application of the CGT rules upon death, including rollovers and other concessions (e.g. main residence and availability of the small business CGT concessions);• Testamentary trusts as a flexible estate planning and succession tool, and the tax traps and tips in structuring; and• Dealing with the impacts of the non-residency of the deceased or beneficiary.
Tax Update presenter: Gillian Tam, Brown Wright Stein
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 2020:
Tuesday 4 FebruaryTuesday 3 MarchTuesday 7 AprilTuesday 5 MayTuesday 2 JuneWednesday 1 JulyTuesday 4 AugustTuesday 1 SeptemberTuesday 6 OctoberWednesday 4 November
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The Premier taxation event for Transfer Pricing Professionals
The transfer pricing landscape globally and in Australia is continuing to evolve, leaving it increasingly complex for multinational corporations to keep abreast of legislative changes within international tax and transfer pricing. The conference will include addresses from thought leaders within the profession and the Australian Taxation Office, covering complicated technical issues on hybrid mismatch rules, the interaction of IFRIC 23 with reportable tax positions on transfer pricing and will highlight current transfer pricing matters triggering the ATO focus.
November Morning Tax Club
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 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.
Registration: 7.15amSession: 7.30am - 9.00am
Topic: Lower Company Tax Rate; Bigger Tax Problem?
- A practical overview of the new laws for 2018- How the changes may impact your approach to trust distributions and the use of corporate beneficiaries- Opportunities to structure the timing of large one-off gains to maximise tax effectiveness- How to avoid the franking credit trap- Impact on holding companiesTopic Presenter: Danielle Constantine, William Buck Tax Update Presenter: Belinda Yip, CTA, Deloitte
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