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Regional Masterclass

2023 dates to be announced soon



Missed the 2022 event ? 

We understand it's a busy time for tax professionals and there are simply not enough hours in the day.  Rest assured, we've made it easy for you to still gain access to the latest tax knowledge tailored just for the regioal tax adviser..

Watch at your pace - OnDemand

Session recordings and technical materials are still available via our Virtual Attendee Hub.

If you would like to gain access to watch the recordings and download the materials, register now and we’ll send you a confirmation detailing how you can view the recordings and download the materials. 

Download the 2022 brochure to find out more about this event.

Offer available for a strictly limited period.


A masterclass purpose built for the regional tax adviser 

Due to the varied nature of their practice, regional practitioners are often required to have a working knowledge of all the many issues and implications that may affect their clients. 

Technical knowledge, practical application

Taking a practical approach to some hot tax topics, attendees can expect to fine tune their knowledge across a range of issues including trusts, ATO audits, succession planning, property and restructuring. 

Interactive and flexible format

Held via our interactive online platform, you will have the flexibility to watch the event live or at your own pace at a time that suits you best.

Who should attend?

This Regional Masterclass program is designed for advisers practising in regional areas or who advise clients based outside of the metropolitan areas around Australia. 

Event Details

  • When30-June-2022 - 30-September-2022
  • FormatOn Demand
  • CPD Hours7




Session 1: Trusts: Hot topics

Dung Lam, CTA, West Garbutt Lawyers

Session 2: Achieving business transition during lifetime and avoiding dispute

Kylie Wilson, Holding Redlich

11:00am–12:15pm Session 3: Succession planning: post-death implementation

Rod Payne, FTI, Harwood Andrews

Session 4: Professional Practices: PCG 2021/4 and PSI in the real world

Sarah Lancaster, Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers

Session 5: Alternate use of property

Andrew Jones, CTA, BDO

Session 6: The ATO auditors are knocking at your door

Facilitator: Weston Ryan, pmw


Justin Byrne, CTA, QLD Bar

Melinda Peters, CTA, McCullough Robertson

Gary Thomas, FTI, Findex


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