Videos

Video on Demand is a convenient way to view a CPD seminar presentation after an event via our video streaming service for as little as $80* per video. 

Want to get started?

  • Browse through our recently filmed CPD seminars below which are available to view online.
  • Interested in a video? Select and pay through our online shop to receive immediate viewing access.
  • You can watch your video via our streaming video service at taxinstitute.com.au as many times as you like for up to six months.

Technical Requirements

To access videos you need:

  • A desktop computer, phone or tablet (Windows, Apple and Android supported) with audio support
  • The most recent version of your web browser (Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Safari preferred)
  • Internet access that allows you to play videos. 

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  •    Tax tricks & treats video Add to cart

    20 Oct 2015

    Source: QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: Tricks & Treats - Top 2 SME Topics of 2015

    This video is the recorded 20 October 2015 webinar tax tricks & treats webinar. It covers:

    • common deductions incorrectly claimed or overlooked
    • effective tax deferral strategies
    • planning tips for robust and effective salary packaging
    • simple superannuation strategies as retirement approaches.

  •    ATO views on professional services practices video Add to cart

    08 Oct 2015

    Source: VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum

    This video is a filmed session from Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation.

    This video deals with the ATO’s current views on issues impacting professional services practices, including:

    • acceptable structures - what is now required
    • structuring and restructuring tax issues
    • a practice’s ability to access the ATO’s income splitting guidelines
    • accessing the guidelines and achieving practice objectives.
    •    Succession and estate planning - Money, family and fights video Add to cart

      08 Oct 2015

      Source: VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

      Presented at: Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum

      This video is a filmed session from Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation.

      In the good old days, a family tree was shaped like an isosceles triangle and the only thing to fight over was the estate. Now we have family trees that weave like Medusa’s hair (and just as venomous) and fights breaking out over family trusts, superannuation funds and estates. How can you as the adviser help your client navigate the perils of disputes and where does your role begin and end? This video investigates pitfalls and strategies to help you guide your clients to the best possible outcome. Attendees received a case study prior to the session covering a range of planning issues, including:

      • estate disputes - the new (2015) Victorian rules
      • SMSF disputes - the changing landscape of death benefit controversies
      • family trusts and family fights - how to transition from one generation to another
      • mutual wills - are they worth it?
      • Estoppel – be careful what you promise!

    •    Superannuation - Tax perspectives from both sides of the fence video Add to cart

      08 Oct 2015

      Source: VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

      Presented at: Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum

      This video is a filmed session from Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation.

      It is not often that a superannuation tax partner moves directly into a CFO role. This video considers the challenges and opportunities for a tax adviser from a CFO’s perspective including:

      • what is it like going from a tax adviser to a tax user?
      • what are the real tax expectations of a board, and the audit and investment committees?
      • tips and traps for a fund’s tax adviser
      • whether the tax issues are any different for a large multi-employer public offer fund compared to an SMSF.

    •    Free trade agreements video Add to cart

      08 Oct 2015

      Source: VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

      Presented at: Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum

      This video is a filmed session from Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation.

      The recent proliferation of free trade agreements with China, Japan and South Korea has the potential to provide significant benefits to all sectors of the Australian economy. To take full advantage of the opportunities available under these agreements, and to mitigate potential risks, tax advisers and clients alike should already be focusing on the practical steps, including but not limited to, understanding:

      • The criteria that must be satisfied in order for goods exported to/from partner countries to qualify under the relevant agreement
      • the corporate tax, GST/VAT and transfer pricing considerations arising from the increased market access afforded by free trade agreements
      • the customs and broader tax implication of different international supply chain structures utilised in leveraging these agreements
      • the broader opportunities available to Australian businesses through increased trade facilitation in goods and services and a reduction in non-tariff barriers.

    •    Employee share plans video Add to cart

      08 Oct 2015

      Source: VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

      Presented at: Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum

      This video is a filmed session from Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation.

      The employee share scheme rules have changed, again! These changes resulted from a review of Australia’s digital economy, which indicated that Australia is out of step with developed economies in relation to the tax treatment of employee equity schemes. As a result, the government introduced new rules, applicable from 1 July 2015, which offer benefits to “start-up” companies. Some changes also apply to non-start up companies, which means that there are also opportunities for these entities to tweak their plans to improve outcomes for employees.

      This video runs through the impact of the most recent changes, identifies which entities meet the definition of a “start-up” and identifies where opportunities lie and traps remain.

    •    BEPS - The past, the present and the future video Add to cart

      08 Oct 2015

      Source: VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

      Presented at: Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum

      This video is a filmed session from Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation.

      This video considered how BEPS began, where matters currently stand and what might the future hold – with a particular focus on transfer pricing and related aspects of the various BEPS action items.

    •    Cases update for private groups video Add to cart

      08 Oct 2015

      Source: VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

      Presented at: Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum

      This video is a filmed session from Vic 3rd Annual Tax Forum, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation.

      This video provides an overview of significant cases and rulings of interest to practitioners advising in the private groups sector. This video includes discussion on any material developments in relation to:

      • superannuation
      • Division 7A
      • trust issues
      • small business concessions
      • the employee/contractor distinction.