Seminar and Convention papers from all Taxation Institute events are available online to be downloaded in PDF format.
Seminar papers and presentations
The Tax Institute runs over 300 CPD seminars a year and the majority of our speakers dedicate considerable time and effort in preparing and writing papers and presentations. All papers and powerpoint presentations provided by the speakers from our seminars are available through the website individually or through a Tax Knowledge eXchange subscription.
Finding a paper or presentation
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05 Feb 2019 |
Dexus Place, Sydney |
This event covered the following:
- identifying and diagnosing Div 7A problems
- dealing with the practicalities of compliance and non-compliance with the provisions of Div 7A
- how some of the proposed changes will impact on complying with Div 7A, particularly in relation to UPEs, 10-year loan agreements and self-corrective action
- whether more changes are necessary to Div 7A.
28 Nov 2018 |
Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills |
This session considerws TR 2018/5 – Income Tax: Central Management and Control Test of Residency and PCG 2018/D3 – Income Tax: Central Management and Control Test of Residency: Identifying where a company’s central management and control is located. It includes a discussion of the key aspects of this test as well as practical observations thereon.
23 Nov 2018 |
Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide |
The continuing growth in the wealth of Australians plus diversity of business structures and family dynamics sees that effective succession planning will continue to be of paramount importance for your clients.
This event covered the broad scope of matters that you’ll need to carefully consider in order to render quality practical, asset protection and commercial advice to be that trusted advisor for your clients.
22 Nov 2018 |
Amora Hotel River Walk, Richmond |
This event considered a range of current issues on the trusts landscape as well as the ATO areas in focus.
22 Nov 2018 |
Crown Perth, Burswood |
This event focused on the traps and complications tax practitioners must consider when attempting to mitigate the impact of Division 7A.
21 Nov 2018 |
MinterEllison, Melbourne |
The 2018 Young Tax Professionals series features six sessions designed to cover a broad range of topics and recent tax developments. This event covered technical tips & traps with trusts.
15 Nov 2018 |
Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort |
This event covered some of the following topics:
- structuring to ensure the right beginning
- protecting the recipe
- navigating your way through the mist of the corporate tax cuts
- making sense of the menu of small business CGT concessions
- corporate tax cuts and franking, start-ups and funding of growth
- ATO hot spots.
08 Nov 2018 |
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre |
This event covers the following topics:
- trusts – vesting, ruling from the grave, splitting, cloning, umbrella & master trusts & more!
- valuations in the tax arena: methodologies, tax implications and recent legal cases
- private company capital management – extracting value from a company
- succession of a super fund
- Part IVA analysis: practical examples.
07 Nov 2018 |
Dexus Place, Sydney |
The recent reduction in the company tax rate has been welcomed by many small-tomedium businesses, but is causing headaches for practitioners. The legislation has a number of hidden complexities, which present both opportunities and significant challenges.
This event explored how to make the most of the changes, including:
- a practical overview of the new laws for 2018
- how the changes may impact your approach to trust distributions and the use of corporate beneficiaries
- opportunities to structure the timing of large one-off gains to maximise tax effectiveness
- how to avoid the franking credit trap
- impact on holding companies.
30 Oct 2018 |
Hilton Brisbane, Brisbane |
This event covered issues such as structuring and tax advice for inbound, wealthy expats looking to come home, as well as for Australian businesses reliant on international outsourcing or an online but offshore presence. The event provided practitioners who deal with these scenarios, and most in between, with a good understanding without having to specialise in international tax. It provided attendees with practical points that they can implement back in the office.