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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.
All state and territory taxes in one technical program.
25-26 July 2019 | W-Hotel Brisbane
The Annual States Taxation Conference remains the only national conference covering all state and territory taxes in one technical program. The 19th Annual States Taxation Conference will be held at the W Hotel in Brisbane.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.
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 2019CTS 2 - Wednesday, 15 May 2019CTS 3 - Wednesday, 9 October 2019CTS 4 - Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Over the next 20 years there will be the biggest intergenerational transfer of wealth ever. Couple this with Australia’s ageing population and there’s no doubt your clients will need to talk to someone about their estate and succession planning; make sure it’s you!
At a time when we live longer and are working later into life, tax laws only continue to change and become more complex. There has never been a more important time to obtain advice in relation to estate and succession planning.This one-and-a-half-day program will provide delegates with an in-depth understanding of relevant issues which legal and accounting practitioners may face when advising on estate planning issues or acting as an executor.Including a practical workshop, with real world estate and succession planning issues and opportunities, the program features a fantastic line up of interstate and local speakers.
Now in its fifth year, the WA Tax Intensive provides a unique training opportunity for all WA tax advisers. With an interactive program dedicated to ensuring attendees leave with the practical knowledge they need to provide immediate value to their firm and clients, the intensive offers great variety and invaluable insights.
- A mix of case study led workshops and technical masterclasses
- Topical subjects with an emphasis on “real-world” application
- Subject-matter experts from across Australia
- Flexible registration options including full registrations, single day registrations and employer tickets
- Bonus session aimed at developing tax professionals
- Robyn Jacobson, CTA, TaxBanter
- Sean Neary, FTI, Neary Consulting
- Lee Nugawela, PwC
- Jonathan Ortner, FTI, Arnold Bloch Leibler
- Dioni Perera, FTI, King & Wood Mallesons
- Peter Scott, FTI, Arnold Bloch Leibler
- Morgan Solomon, Solomon Hollett Lawyers
- Rishi Wijay, Klimek & Wijay Family Lawyers
- Ralph Xiang, FTI, Neary Consulting
Early bird pricing closes Friday, 11 October
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.
- Trusts – common tips & traps: Why it’s important to read the deed!
- Division 7A
- Small business CGT concessions and small business restructure rollover
- Capital allowances
- International Tax
- Superannuation, Jemma Sanderson, CTA, Cooper Partners
- Division 7A - A Moving Feast, Amanda Donald, FTI, Keays & Associates and Bill Keays, CTA, Keays & Associates
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