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VIC 8th Annual Tax Forum Online

15 October 2020 - 05 November 2020 12 CPD hours Online

Federal Budget 2020-21 and the fallout of COVID-19 - What tax professionals need to know

As we head towards the tail end of an extraordinary and challenging 2020, the circumstances faced by the tax profession and your clients could not be more stark from previous years.

This year’s forum has been restructured as an online series, where it will deliver the most pertinent content over four weeks and keep you connected with the tax community in these trying times.

Victoria’s Annual Tax Forum consistently provides attendees with key knowledge and insights to tackle the complex issues they face. With the unprecedented events of 2020, this has never been more important for tax professionals.

Flexible registration options

Attend the live webinars to interact with our expert presenters; or watch on-demand (post-event) at a time that suits you.

Full registration - 12 session bundle

Choose from 28 sessions over three streams (SME, Corporate and Hot Topics)

Please note, you can register for sessions in the same time slot, but you will only be able to attend one live session. You will be able to watch the recording for the concurrent session.

Six pack - 6 session bundle

Choose 6 sessions from the entire program. To complete this registration, please contact us.

Single sessions

Tailor a registration to suit your needs, register for selected individual sessions.

Corporate package - SAVE up to 30% on your group booking!*

Purchasing more than 30 individual sessions? Tailor a corporate package to save on your bulk registration. For more information or to book a corporate package, please contact us.

*30% discount is based on the single session pricing and for group bookings of 50 or more sessions.

Program

  • As the Assistant Treasurer, the Hon Michael Sukkar MP, is centrally involved with the government’s tax policy. The global and national tax landscape has changed significantly over the last decade, presenting numerous challenges for the government to reform and modernise Australia’s tax system. The bushfire crisis, the floods and the COVID-19 pandemic this year have compounded to bring additional and unforeseen challenges to the economy. The Assistant Treasurer will cover some of the most topical issues the government is currently facing in these areas.

  • Speakers
    the Hon Michael Sukkar MP's profile photo

    the Hon Michael Sukkar MP
    Australian Government

  • The Australian tax system has inherent features that inadvertently compound the negative impacts of difficult trading periods. In response to the coronavirus, some taxpayers have needed to raise capital, others have suffered significant losses. For other taxpayers, previously unplanned acquisitions or disposals of businesses have or will occur. This session will use examples to cover the Australian income tax impacts indirectly arising from the coronavirus on:

    - The ability to use tax losses in the future

    - The impact of refinancing or writing off debts

    - The reduced ability to gear ongoing operations and associated thin capitalisation impacts

    - The tax consolidation impacts of acquiring distressed entities or selling loss making businesses

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