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2018 Barossa Convention | 50th Anniversary

2018 Barossa Convention | 'The Future is Now'

3 - 5 May 2018

The Barossa Convention returns in 2018 following its inaugural outing in 2016.

As the premier event for South Australian tax professionals the convention also attracts a range of interstate guests looking to discover the latest issues affecting their clients while taking in one of the world’s truly great wine regions.

Now in its 50th year, this event has been developed by a team of tax professionals who aim to bring you a program that is technically relevant, practical, and designed to meet the needs of advisers with a predominantly SME practice.

The Convention Organising Committee has brought together a diverserange of high-profile, expert presenters from across the profession and around the country to deliver the same top-quality technical sessions that are a hallmark of our state conventions.

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Accommodation Requirements: Please ensure that you complete Section 6 on the registration form of the 2018 Barossa Brochure and email directly to Emma Collins

Thursday 3 to Friday 5 May | Barossa Valley Novotel | 11 CPD hrs

Price: $1,300.00
Item Code: 5180501

2019 Barossa Convention

2019 Barossa Convention

Join us in the picturesque surrounds of the historic Barossa Valley for the 2019 Barossa Convention, South Australia’s premier event for tax professionals. There’s ample reason to attend, including an outstanding line-up of local and interstate speakers presenting on topical issues that we collectively see confronting us in this ever changing environment.

High quality program

Distinguished keynote speakers headline the program: Professor Robert Breunig will address the urgent need for tax reform in Australia and exploring what this might look like and Professor Graeme Cooper, always a draw card at Tax Institute Conventions, will take a deeper look into the CGT regime and explore potential issues that can trip the unwary practitioner. The Friday morning program will be based around a case study with each session focusing on specific tax and legal aspects of a business group through time, including special commentary from the ATO. To round out the Convention a leading panel will look into the practical implications of the Division 7A reforms on our private clients.

Unique industry networking
With formal and informal networking events throughout the convention there’s plenty of opportunity to meet up with friends and peers, old and new, from accounting, law, financial services and regulatory backgrounds. We’ve got some excellent entertainment planned too and combined with our Tax Safari theme for the Gala dinner there’s sure to be plenty of laughs.

Idyllic destination and local activities

The Barossa Valley is an iconic destination for interstaters and locals alike. Take time to visit famous and yet discovered cellar doors before or after (not during!) the Convention. The Convention Resort overlooks rolling vineyards and you’ll dine on fresh, local produce inspired by Saskia Beer, accompanied by quality Barossa Valley wines. We recommend you take the opportunity to extend your Barossa visit into the weekend.

Don't hesitate - register today!

For queries - please contact Emma Collins on 08 8463 9401.

Price: $1,640.00
Item Code: SA_BAROSSA

2019 Tax Institute Darwin Seminar

This event will take a look at a range of current issues, concerns and strategies affecting SME clients and professional practices in the Northern Territory. Leading advisors will give you a practical insight into the topics below:

  • Stamp duty - When ignorance isn’t bliss
  • Asset Protection; tax and non-tax issues
  • Asset protection from an Insolvency Practitioner Perspective
  • Division 7A Case Study - Life cycle of a Tax Audit
  • Trust restructuring
  • Current hot tax topics

Presenters:

  • Paul Ingram, CTA, Minter Ellison
  • Leon Loganathan, Ward Keller
  • Peter Macks, Macks Advisory
  • Sarah McEachern, CTA, Nexia Edwards Marshall
  • Jim McMillan, FTI, Murray Chambers
  • Jessica Pengelly, CTA, Finlaysons







Price: $450.00
Item Code: DARWIN_SEMINAR

2019 SA Private Business Day

The operating environment for private companies is increasingly competitive and complex with many now investigating how to implement effective structuring and growth strategies in local and global markets. The time for critical expert advice from a trusted adviser is now.

Register now for this full day program to hear respected private business advisers not only deliver new thinking around the issues advisers deal with daily, but also to provide practical take-outs to common client circumstances, issues and objectives.

With this in mind, this year’s event covers:

  • 2019 Election - Policy Outcomes and Economic Implications for SMEsa
  • Similar Business Test - Company Loss Update
  • Capital management and restructuring, including managing within recent Part IVA Rulings
  • Corporate structures and restructures / Consolidation for SME's
  • Back in the PPSR
  • Director Penalty Notices and Debt Write-Off
  • Outbound SMEs – International Structures and Effective Tax Rates
  • What if your client doesn't die? Planning for loss of capacity

Presenters:

  • Tim Clifton, FTI, Clifton Hall
  • Tom Genesin, EY
  • Dale Halling, Australian Tax Office
  • Daniel Lopresti, Clifton Hall
  • Sonia Mascolo, CTA, KPMG
  • Tim Sandow, CTA, PwC
  • Phil Shepherd, CTA, Pitcher Partners
  • Julie Van der Velde, CTA, VdV Legal

    Price: $1,110.00
    Item Code: SA_PRIVATE_BUSINESS

    2019 SA Property Day

    Through endless cycles of boom and bust, the complexities of property taxes remain constant.

    Equip yourself with the tools to survive and thrive. Hear from industry experts on commercial and residential property issues and trends.

    From the current dynamic state tax environment to structuring changes, this event covers the issues every adviser dealing with property needs to know about.

    Including topics on:

    • State of the State Property Update including Valuations Insight
    • State Taxes Update; Land Tax Aggregation and Stamp Duty Rewrite
    • Contemporary Property Structuring
    • Rental Properties: Issues, Deductions and Outcomes
    • Intention and Change of Intention
    • Non- Residence Issues
    • GST Issues associated with property developments
    • Property on Death

    Presenters

    • Daisy Abbas, CTA, Grant Thornton
    • Caitlin Ashworth, CCK Lawyers
    • Anna Chong, CTA, KPMG
    • Daniel Gannon, Property Council of Australia (SA)
    • Stephen Heath, CTA, Wallmans Lawyers
    • Ron Jorgensen, CTA, Thomson Geer Lawyers
    • Lee Jurga, Perks
    • Nathan Robins, McGees Property
    • Sonya Stirling, ATO
    • Ben Wilson CTA, CCK Lawyers





    Price: $1,110.00
    Item Code: SA_PROPERTY

    Optimising Outcomes with Small Business CGT Relief

    On 8 February 2018 Treasury released an exposure draft of legislation that, if implemented, will substantially complicate access to CGT relief for shareholders in companies and unitholders in unit trusts. Despite very little detail being initially announced, the new measures are currently proposed to apply from 1 July 2017.

    This session will not only review the proposed measures but will also revisit some of the challenging issues and strategies to optimise outcomes and avoid the pitfalls. The presentation will include:

    • Proposed extra requirements where a CGT event happens to shares or trust interests
    • Classes of shares and whether they cause a problem
    • The potential benefit of nominating “controllers” of a discretionary trust
    • Determining when a CGT event is in connection with retirement
    • The pitfalls and traps commonly associated with shares as a replacement asset.

    Presenters

    Peter Slegers, CTA. Cowell Clarke
    Emily Anderson. Cowell Clarke

    Price: $100.00
    Item Code: 5180328

    April 2018 SA Tax Briefing

    The SA Tax Briefings are geared for small and sole practitioners looking for convenience and effective tax updates to stay up to date with all of the key current tax developments throughout the year.

    Delivered by tax practitioners with expertise in the private client and SME areas, these sessions will ensure you:

    • Understand all the current key tax developments
    • Are best placed to provide your clients with current practical advice and support
    • Are positioned to assist your clients for future planning and growth
    • Have an extensive and diverse perspective on all current issues
    • Have the opportunity to ask questions and get answers that are most relevant to you and your clients.

    Presenter:

    Karen Gregor, CTA, Nexia Edwards Marshall
    Stewart Watts, Nexia Edwards Marshall

    Price: $99.00
    Item Code: 5180410

    The Tax Institute Networking Breakfast

    The SA Women in Tax and Membership Committees are delighted to invite you, your colleagues and friends to our Networking Breakfast. Our event will bring together Adelaide’s tax professionals in an interactive atmosphere and showcase inspirational and innovative leadership.

    Hear a thought-provoking discussion from our panel of leading professionals in the SA Business community:

    • Their major achievements and overcoming challenges
    • How to identify opportunities and taking/managing risks
    • What they might have done differently
    • Other tips and traps

    Panellist:

    Marissa Schulze, Managing Director, Rise High Financial Solutions
    Alice McCleary, Company and Board Director, Former National President of The Tax Institute
    Sue Dewing, General Manager/CEO at Sturt Football Club

    Facilitator:

    Autumn Slavin CTA, Women in Tax Committee Chair

    Don’t miss this great networking opportunity, we look forward to seeing you on April 20th!




    Price: $75.00
    Item Code: 5180413

    April SA Tax Roundtable Session #3 | Tax Consolidation - Practicalities and Potential Pitfalls

    This session will work through a case study that brings together the headline issues to be considered in assessing whether Tax Consolidation will be appropriate for a given client scenario. This will include a review of the tax outcome on undertaking ACA calculations and reviewing the extent to which tax losses transferred into the consolidated group can be used by the consolidated entity.

    Facilitator

    Sam Howard, CTA, EY

    Chair

    Richard Bowden, CTA, Accru Harris Orchard

    About the Facilitator

    Sam Howard, CTA is a Partner with Ernst & Young in Adelaide. Sam has over 20 years' experience in tax consulting, providing advice to a range of corporates and SME clients in Adelaide in areas such as transactions, restructuring and tax consolidation as well as general tax advisory services. Sam leads EY Adelaide's Tax Reporting practice which involves providing best practice solutions to large corporates and multi nationals around managing Tax Compliance Reporting.

    Price: $120.00
    Item Code: 5180418

    May 2018 SA Tax Briefing

    The SA Tax Briefings are geared for small and sole practitioners looking for convenience and effective tax updates to stay up to date with all of the key current tax developments throughout the year.

    Delivered by tax practitioners with expertise in the private client and SME areas, these sessions will ensure you:

    • Understand all the current key tax developments
    • Are best placed to provide your clients with current practical advice and support
    • Are positioned to assist your clients for future planning and growth
    • Have an extensive and diverse perspective on all current issues
    • Have the opportunity to ask questions and get answers that are most relevant to you and your clients.

    Presenter:

    Adam Douglass, PwC
    Michelle Doan, PwC

    Price: $99.00
    Item Code: 5180529

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