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18th Annual States Taxation Conference

All state and territory taxes in one technical program.

The Annual States Taxation Conference remains the only national conference covering all state and territory taxes in one technical program. The 18th Annual States Taxation Conference will be held in Melbourne.

As in previous years, all state and territory Revenue Commissioners will be in attendance, together with representatives from their respective offices. With strong attendance from both the private and government sectors, the conference has always been a popular forum for interaction among participants in the state taxes community. It is particularly valuable for those with practices operating across multiple jurisdictions.

The conference offers the opportunity to network with fellow practitioners and revenue officers during both the technical and social programs.

**Please note that tickets to the Conference Dinner are now sold out. Please contact Natalie La Rosa to enquire.

Price: $2,095.00
Item Code: 1180707

Corporate Tax Series - Company Subscription

Company Subscription allows you to purchase a series registration (4 sessions) to be shared among different members of the organisation.
For assistance with Company Subscription registrations, please contact DestelleTaylor@taxinstitute.com.au.

The Corporate Tax Club Series returns in 2019 to showcase leading professionals who will analyse the latest developments and emerging issues facing the corporate sector in WA. This series provides an ideal networking opportunity for corporate tax managers and professional Advisers. A light lunch will be provided prior to the commencement of the session. Materials will be provided to attendees the day prior by email.

CTS 1 - Wednesday, 20 March 2019
CTS 2 - Wednesday, 15 May 2019
CTS 3 - Wednesday, 14 August 2019
CTS 4 - Wednesday, 13 November 2019

CTS 1: Stamp duty reform in Western Australia – addressing leakage or expanding the net?
Tristan Boyd, FTI, Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills
This session will involve a discussion of recent statutory changes (enacted and proposed/forthcoming) to the stamp duty regime in Western Australia. Approximately 10 years after the introduction of the modern Duties Act, the updates are significant for corporate transactions and restructures. Topics will include: extensions to dutiable property concepts, landholder duty and aggregation rules, connected entity exemptions and clawbacks, and the farm-in concession.

CTS 2: Implications of the Placer Dome (and RCF IV) decisions
Nicki Ivory, Deloitte and Jonathon Leek, CTA, Deloitte
In December 2018, the High Court delivered the WA Commissioner of State Revenue a significant win in the long-running Placer Dome dispute. In this session of the Corporate Tax Series, a tax lawyer and an expert valuer will discuss the following topics in the wake of this and other recent decisions:
- The legal definition of goodwill
- The stamp duty implications
- The capital gains tax implications
- The valuation of companies moving forward
- Top down versus bottom up valuations
- Instructions to valuers

Price: $780.00
Item Code: WA_CTS_SERIES_COMP

Corporate Tax Series - Individual Series Subscription

The Corporate Tax Club Series returns in 2019 to showcase leading professionals who will analyse the latest developments and emerging issues facing the corporate sector in WA. This series provides an ideal networking opportunity for corporate tax managers and professional Advisers. A light lunch will be provided prior to the commencement of the session. Materials will be provided to attendees the day prior by email.

CTS 1 - Wednesday, 20 March 2019
CTS 2 - Wednesday, 15 May 2019
CTS 3 - Wednesday, 14 August 2019
CTS 4 - Wednesday, 13 November 2019

CTS 1: Stamp duty reform in Western Australia – addressing leakage or expanding the net?
Tristan Boyd, FTI, Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills
This session will involve a discussion of recent statutory changes (enacted and proposed/forthcoming) to the stamp duty regime in Western Australia. Approximately 10 years after the introduction of the modern Duties Act, the updates are significant for corporate transactions and restructures. Topics will include: extensions to dutiable property concepts, landholder duty and aggregation rules, connected entity exemptions and clawbacks, and the farm-in concession.

CTS 2: Implications of the Placer Dome (and RCF IV) decisions
Nicki Ivory, Deloitte and Jonathon Leek, CTA, Deloitte
In December 2018, the High Court delivered the WA Commissioner of State Revenue a significant win in the long-running Placer Dome dispute. In this session of the Corporate Tax Series, a tax lawyer and an expert valuer will discuss the following topics in the wake of this and other recent decisions:
- The legal definition of goodwill
- The stamp duty implications
- The capital gains tax implications
- The valuation of companies moving forward
- Top down versus bottom up valuations
- Instructions to valuers

Price: $780.00
Item Code: WA_CTS_SERIES_IND

2019 Young Tax Professionals - Company Subscription

The 2019 Young Tax Professionals program returns with six sessions running from April to November. Using case studies and delivering a practical approach, these presentations address issues confronting tax practitioners on a frequent basis.

Sessions are aimed at those who have been in tax related employment for 6-18 months or whose who seek a refresher in the topic areas. There is a range of registration options available.

Each session is presented by leading experts who will discuss the topic, share their experience and provide practical tips.

Topics

- Trusts – common tips & traps: Why it’s important to read the deed!

- Superannuation

- Division 7A

- Small business CGT concessions and small business restructure rollover

- Capital allowances

- International Tax

Price: $400.00
Item Code: WA_YTP_SERIES_COMP

2019 Young Tax Professionals - Individual Subscription

The 2019 Young Tax Professionals program returns with six sessions running from April to November. Using case studies and delivering a practical approach, these presentations address issues confronting tax practitioners on a frequent basis.

Sessions are aimed at those who have been in tax related employment for 6-18 months or whose who seek a refresher in the topic areas. There is a range of registration options available.

Each session is presented by leading experts who will discuss the topic, share their experience and provide practical tips.

Topics

- Trusts – common tips & traps: Why it’s important to read the deed!

- Superannuation

- Division 7A

- Small business CGT concessions and small business restructure rollover

- Capital allowances

- International Tax

Price: $400.00
Item Code: WA_YTP_SERIES_IND

2019 Young Tax Professionals 1

The 2019 Young Tax Professionals program returns with six sessions running from April to November. Using case studies and delivering a practical approach, these presentations address issues confronting tax practitioners on a frequent basis.

Sessions are aimed at those who have been in tax related employment for 6-18 months or whose who seek a refresher in the topic areas. There is a range of registration options available.

Each session is presented by leading experts who will discuss the topic, share their experience and provide practical tips.

Topics

- Trusts – common tips & traps: Why it’s important to read the deed!

- Superannuation

- Division 7A

- Small business CGT concessions and small business restructure rollover

- Capital allowances

- International Tax

Price: $90.00
Item Code: WA_YTP_1

Preparing a Business for Sale Half Day

For your clients, the sale of their business will be the culmination of many years of hard work, dedication and sleepless nights. As their trusted adviser, your clients will look to you to help guide them through the sales process from pre-sale preparation to marketing and negotiating, right through to settlement and accessing the sales proceeds held in company structures.

Your clients will be relying on the sale to fund their future plans – their future is in your hand!. Do you know to help your clients obtain maximum return for their business?

  • There are many things you can do now to help your clients plan for a future sale of their business. Do you know what these are?
  • If your client intends to access the small business CGT concessions do you know how the proposed changes to these rules (intended to be retrospective to 1 July 2017) will impact your client? Do you know what factors can prevent the small business CGT concessions applying many years before the sale of business?
  • Would your client benefit from restructuring prior to the sale of business?
  • How do you get funds in companies out to shareholders in a tax effective manner?
  • Importantly, what tips can you provide to your client on marketing their business and how can you help in preparing the financial information?

This half-day seminar is designed to arm tax and business advisers with the tools to handle these critical questions.

Presenters include:

  • Chris Roos, CTA and Kirsty Augustson, PKF Mack
  • Jim Goodwin and Dennis Brede, GMO
  • Kim Wallman, HLB Mann Judd (Insolvency WA)
  • David Montani, CTA, Nexia Perth
  • Tim Poli, ATI, Kings Park Legal
Price: $560.00
Item Code: 6180602

The Client Life Cycle: challenges and opportunities

“Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get” (Forrest Gump 1994).

Likewise, the clients of a tax adviser. Your clients will come from a range of industries, have varying family circumstances and engage in a wide range of transactions and businesses. Each new client brings with them their own unique issues for us to address.

Whilst this diversity can be very rewarding it also raises numerous challenges. This full day program covers some of the common issues that tax advisers must address for their new clients, including:

  • What administrative and practical matters must you do once you’ve won a new client
  • Constructive dispute resolution with the ATO
  • Planning for wealth transfer
  • What to do if your client is separating from their spouse/de facto
  • Protecting your elderly clients
  • Tax issues for clients entering and exiting Australia

Presenters:

  • Tinashe Kamangira, CTA, Grant Thornton
  • Jonathon Leek, CTA, Deloitte Legal
  • James Galati, Deloitte Legal
  • Ross Forrester, CTA, Westcourt Pty Ltd
  • Rishi Wijay, Klimek & Wijay Family Lawyers
  • Loreena Gillon, CTA, Arithmos Chartered Accountants
  • Penelope Harris, FTI, PwC
  • Mary Italiano, PwC

Price: $830.00
Item Code: 6180701

2018 Young Tax Professionals 3 - International Tax Issues & Corporate Residency

Presented by Amanda Kearney, CTA, Proxima Tax Group
Price: $90.00
Item Code: 6180805

Women In Tax: Pathways to Directorship

As many professionals progress their careers, they will turn their attention to the opportunities and development that board roles in the Not-For-Profit and commercial sphere offer. At the same time there is increasing focus on boards, in all environments, to increase their diversity and inclusion.

As prospective board-members begin their journey, they often ask how to go about joining boards, how to develop their skills as directors and how they can best use their skill-set. The Tax Institute’s Women in Tax Committee will be providing these answers and more, in a discussion-led panel event. Attendees will leave at the end of the evening with a better understanding of;

  • How to go about sourcing directorship positions
  • The skills required to gain a directorship
  • The opportunities and challenges that a directorship entails
  • What boards are doing to ensure diversity

Join our expert panel as it helps attendees map their own pathways to directorship.

  • Suzanne Ardagh FAICD
  • Andrea Hall FCA, GAICD
  • Prof. Derek Parkin OAM, FCA, FAICD
Price: $45.00
Item Code: 6180910

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