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The topic for this session will be:
A selection of recent ATO Guidance for discussion:
· TR 2019/1 - Income tax: when does a company carry on a business?
· TD 2019/D9 - Commercial debt forgiveness - does the exclusion for debts forgiven for reasons of natural love and affection require that the creditor be a natural person?
· TR 2019/D6 - Income tax: application of paragraph 8-1(2)(a) of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 to labour costs related to the construction or creation of capital assets
This session will not be run by a presenter, therefore all attendees are asked to come prepared to contribute to the discussion (i.e. having at least read the TR/TD).
We invite you to join us for our second Inspiring Women in Business breakfast
This event provides a great opportunity to network amongst your peers, whilst
listening to the inspiring stories of our guest presenters.
Moving to an exciting new venue, The Sebel (with great parking), we hope you
can join us at our July event as well as our final breakfast in November.
Come and join us for the Inspiring Women In Business November
Don't miss the final breakfast for 2016 - your last opportunity this year to
meet and network with other local professional women in a casual atmosphere
whilst enjoying a delicious breakfast and hearing from two expert guest
Come and join us for the Inspiring Women in Business December breakfast.
Don’t miss the final breakfast for 2017– your last opportunity this year to meet and network with other peers and colleagues in a casual atmosphere whilst enjoying a delicious breakfast and hearing from two expert guest speakers.
Rebecca White MP, Labor Leader, Labor Member for Lyons Kirsty Schnitzerling, Senior Manager, Project Management Office, TasRail
Come and join us for the next Inspiring Women in Business - Hobart
It is a great opportunity to meet and network with other peers and colleagues in a casualatmosphere whilst enjoying a delicious breakfast and hearing from two expert guestspeakers.
This year the technical program covers a broad range of tax issues that we as advisers are confronted with. As in recent years, there is an emphasis on the practical, including looking at the reduction of the corporate tax rate, breaches in self-managed superannuation funds, small business restructuring and use of company losses.
This year the pre-convention workshop, which gives a hands-on start to the two days, focuses on Div 7A. Ron Jorgensen, CTA, will explore the current Div 7A landscape. We hope that you will take advantage of the ample time for networking with the convention dinner being held at the Cornelian Bay Boat House Restaurant, situated on the water's edge on Cornelian Bay, just five minutes from Hobart’s city centre. The venue has a breathtaking view of the bay, the Tasman Bridge and the charming heritage-listed boat sheds.
The Tax Institute wishes to acknowledge and thank our speakers, organising committee members and, in particular, our Tax Institute team members, for their significant efforts in making this convention the success that it promises to be.
Come and join us for the Inspiring Women in Business - Hobart breakfast. It is a great opportunity to meet and network with other peers and colleagues in a casual atmosphere whilst enjoying a delicious breakfast and hearing from two ground-breaking business women.
The Inspiring Women in Business Breakfasts have become a highlight event of The Tax Institute’s Tasmanian calendar, giving you the unique opportunity to engage and inspire clients and colleagues. With plenty of time to network with other business professionals from your community, this is an event not to be missed.
Book a table and get a special discount of all member rate!
This event is booked out.
The ATO has been focusing on income tax, CGT and GST treatment of property developments. ATO Project Refresh is developing, updating, consolidating and rewriting relevant Rulings and Determinations. The ATO audit program under What attracts our attention includes income tax, CGT and GST compliance for property developments. The TSRO and VSRO continue to review and audit property transfers for duty compliance. This Workshop will review selected emerging issues regarding the taxation, regulation and documentation of property development.
Ron Jorgensen, CTA, is a Partner at Thomson Geer Lawyers. Ron principally consults on Commonwealth and State tax laws, tax dispute resolution and compliance enforcements, and specialises in trusts and trust disputes, succession and asset protection, business and investment structuring and tax-sensitive commercial and property transactions. Ron is an Accredited Specialist in Tax Law, a Senior Fellow, University of Melbourne Master of Laws program, a member of the Law Institute of Victoria and a respected technical writer and presenter.
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