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.
09 Apr 2020 |
This interactive webinar featured Jeremy Geale, who is leading the ATO’s response to COVID-19, Vanessa Priest of Baskin Clarke Priest and Professor Robert (Bob) Deutsch from The Tax Institute. Vanessa and Bob put all the most pressing questions to Jeremy and discussed topics such as:
- how do you calculate your eligibility to the 1st and 2nd cash flow boost?
- what administrative measures have the ATO put in place to relieve the burden on businesses?
- how best can I support my clients with their tax obligations?
The session also considered the complexities of the Stimulus Package by working through several practical examples.
08 Apr 2020 |
This webinar provided a general update on what’s been happening in super since 1 July 2019 including changes in legislation, hot issues in the industry and SMSF trends. Liz discussed what is top of mind with her clients and where opportunities exist for SMSF practitioners.
11 Mar 2020 |
International Convention Centre, Sydney |
The Tax Summit brought together two of our most popular events: the National Convention and NSW Tax Forum. Delegates heard from over 90 speakers from every aspect of tax: corporate, professional practice, legal, technical, SME, domestic and international.
25 Feb 2020 |
The Melbourne Hotel, Perth |
This event provided delegates with an in-depth understanding of the key issues facing legal and accounting practitioners when advising on estate and succession planning.
25 Feb 2020 |
Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Melbourne |
This event provided delegates with a practical understanding of the tax consequences of separation. Exploring the legal steps of property settlement, including discussion of the available tax concessions, how tax is dealt with by the Family Court and how to navigate the difficult interaction between tax and family law. This program left no stone unturned, with practical insights from experienced tax advisors and family law practitioners to ensure you are meeting your obligations and are armed with the knowledge to best assist your clients.
05 Feb 2020 |
Grand Hyatt Melbourne |
This conference, held over three days in Melbourne, is the only one of its kind focusing on tax issues in financial services and attracts practitioners and in-house tax advisers from across Australia. The 2020 program once again offered an array of plenary and breakout sessions including:
- legal professional privilege
- the OECD’s reform program
- customer remediation
- RCF litigation and much more.
04 Feb 2020 |
UNSW City Centre, Sydney |
The changes to superannuation legislation from all angles are never ending and keeping up to date with them is a challenge. The first Morning Tax Club for 2020 will keep you up to date with those changes and had a focus on their application to self-managed super funds.
28 Nov 2019 |
Fenix Events, Richmond |
By 2022, it is expected that over one million trusts will exist in Australia. The way our tax system regulates the behaviour and activities of those involved in trusts means that trusts and the taxation of trusts are complex. Uncertainty abounds for advisers, as establishing and administrating trusts also raises numerous practical and compliance issues. This event covered the following topics:
- future of trusts: the RMIT report
- trust vesting
- Division 6 sleepers: Sec 99B and 100A: what they were meant to do versus what the ATO uses them for now
- Div.152 CGT SBC and trusts: dynamite
- residency and trusts
- state taxes and trusts.
27 Nov 2019 |
QV1 Conference Centre, Perth |
With increasing life expectancies and an aging population most advisors will need to assist their clients or family members in navigating the aged care system. The rules around it can be complex and confusing. Do you know how the system works well enough to confidently advise clients? This event assisted all tax practitioners in understanding the aged care system and how to better prepare clients.
22 Nov 2019 |
Rydges Geelong, Geelong |
Whilst it has been over 20 years since Division 7A was enacted by Parliament it remains one of the most complex and challenging set of provisions in Australian tax legislation. This event navigated the complexities of the provisions through a back-to-basics ‘101’ session as well as delved into some of the key issues advisors face when looking at these provisions.