Embrace<br>your digital tax world

Embrace
your digital tax world

Podcasts

  • The Part IVA deluge podcast Add to cart

    19 May 2011

    Presented at: 4th Annual Tax Forum

    Part IVA seems to have been constantly before the courts over the last two years. This session brings some sense to the output of the courts including:

    • the significant issues in the recent plethora of Part IVA cases
    • responsibilities for creating the counterfactual
    • challenging unattractive counterfactuals
    • handling multiple alternatives
    • the relationship between the scheme and the counterfactual
    • the 'do nothing' option
    • Treasury's 2010 proposals.

  • Part IVA - How the ATO sees it podcast Free to Download

    19 May 2011

    Presented at: 4th Annual Tax Forum

    Over the past three years there have been many decisions which have impacted the understanding of how Part IVA is to be applied. The ATO is reviewing its approach. This session covers some of the aspects likely to be updated.

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    Disclaimer: This podcast represents laws and policies at the time it was presented. Persons should make appropriate inquiries, check the law for currency, and seek independent advice before acting in reliance on it.

  • Tax updates podcast Add to cart

    17 May 2011

    Source: TASMANIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    The bi-monthly tax updates offer taxation practitioners throughout Tasmania a practical guide to recent changes and how they affect you and your clients. Each session will be an overview of the previous Hall & Wilcox notes, followed by in-depth analysis of the issues that really matter, whilst maintaining a strong focus on how changes will apply in a Tasmanian context.

  • Tax updates podcast Add to cart

    03 Mar 2011

    Source: TASMANIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: March 2011 Bi Monthly

    The bi-monthly tax updates offer taxation practitioners throughout Tasmania a practical guide to recent changes and how they affect you and your clients. Each session will be an overview of the previous Hall & Wilcox notes, followed by in-depth analysis of the issues that really matter, whilst maintaining a strong focus on how changes will apply in a Tasmanian context.

  • ANZ commodity review podcast Add to cart

    18 Jan 2011

    Source: WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: 2010 National Resources Tax Conference

    This podcast covers:

    • China rebounded much quicker from the GFC
    • the falling US dollar has supported prices recently
    • freight markets have not been a good growth indicator
    • rising capacity has created a drag in freight markets
    • commodities look heavily bought on futures markets.

  • Effective business writing skills for tax professionals podcast Add to cart

    01 Nov 2010

    Source: The Tax Institute

    Presented at: Effective Business Writing Skills for Tax Professionals

    Important: This podcast is designed to be used in conjunction with the corresponding Powerpoint presentation available here.

    This podcast, relevant to all tax professionals wanting to improve their professional writing skills, covers how to:

    • format letters of advice appropriately
    • structure the overall content of letters of advice
    • convey information clearly within and across paragraphs through information flow and grammar
    • use the passive voice appropriately
    • control the level of technicality in your letters of advice
    • adopt an appropriate tone.

  • 2010 FBT roadshow - Part 2 podcast Add to cart

    31 Oct 2010

    Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    This is part two of a two part podcast it addresses current issues and recent changes to prepare you for dealing with your clients’ FBT transactions and planning issues. This podcast contains audio and offers you a thorough examination of the current FBT environment and the issues and opportunities relevant to your clients.

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