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Seminar materials


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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 

To find a paper you can either scroll through the list at the bottom of this page or use the right hand side Paper Search to refine your search criteria. Enter Keyword, State of Event and Date Range. For a more detailed search use our Advanced Search facility.

  • The Taxation of Art and Collectables

    22 Aug 2019 | Leonda By The Yarra, Hawthorn | VIC

    This event explored art and other collectables from an investment perspective and included:

    • an overview of the art market
    • the characterisation of art and collectables for tax purposes
    • art and collectables acquisition tax structuring issues (including SMSFs, trusts, individuals, businesses, instant asset write-off)
    • tax issues upon disposal (CGT/revenue / trading stock / special rules for collectables/GST)
    • practical tips to consider when gifting art to an organisation registered on the register of cultural organisations.

  • Disputes & Litigation Masterclass

    15 Aug 2019 | Rendezvous Hotel, Melbourne | VIC

    This event was for practitioners across all markets that are involved in any form of tax dispute. It provided a unique opportunity to hear key insights from some of the best tax controversy practitioners and a senior ATO Deputy Commissioner. This event is also beneficial to practitioners who are seeking to work more in this area and who wish to come away with a thorough understanding of the current state of play in tax controversy.

  • International Tax Day

    08 Aug 2019 | RACV City Club | VIC

    This event covers:

    • residency - individuals
    • residency - corporate
    • cross border funding arrangements and anti-hybrids
    • recent cases
    • ATO focus
    • transfer pricing.

  • 2019 SA Private Business Day

    02 Aug 2019 | Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide | SA

    This event heard respected private business advisers not only deliver new thinking around the issues advisers deal with daily, but also to provided practical take-outs to common client circumstances, issues and objectives.

  • NSW Tax Disputes Conference

    31 Jul 2019 | Hilton Sydney, Sydney | NSW

    This event offered an impressive line-up of speakers with intimate knowledge of taxpayer disputes with the ATO. It offered a strong technical content as well as insights into the ATO's current practice for engaging with both SME and large corporate taxpayers on issues ranging from the use of expert evidence to legal professional privilege and debt management.

  • GST – Not just 10%

    31 Jul 2019 | Greenwood & Herbert Smith Freehills, Perth | WA

    This event provided delegates with an insight into the practical application of GST in day-to-day situations and the knowledge to identify issues before they become significant.

  • Monthly tax update - July 2019

    31 Jul 2019 | Online | VIC

    Each webinar covered key tax developments arising from the previous month, exploring the most pertinent issues in-depth.

  • SME / Private Clients Day 2

    25 Jul 2019 | Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, Kooyong | VIC

    This event explored a range of tax tools available to SME practitioners. In each session, the presenter navigated through a range of key issues that ensures you are well-equipped to advise your clients.

  • 19th Annual States’ Taxation Conference

    25 Jul 2019 | W Hotel, Brisbane | National

    This event presented topics of universal interest across all the state taxes. Plenary sessions included issues encountered in the review of Commissioners’ administrative discretions, artificial intelligence and blockchain technologies, and a comparison of common issues affecting federal and state taxes. There was also the usual update on the significant cases of the past year, followed by expert panel discussions, which again featured concurrent sessions, separately covering duties and payroll tax. The program once again featured the dual ‘duties’ and ‘payroll tax’ streams, including the High Court’s ruling on valuation, a landholder and its goodwill and payroll tax issues arising out of disruptive activities and smart contracts.

  • Family Law Intensive

    23 Jul 2019 | Crown Perth, Perth | WA

    This event assisted all tax practitioners in understanding the family law processes for finalising property settlements, and addressed the core issues which arise in family law matters.


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