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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.

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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.

  • SMSFs and Retirement Planning

    05 Oct 2016 | EY, Brisbane | QLD

    As well as having an exit strategy in place for the business, your client needs to plan their ‘life after retirement’. This event provided an overview of superannuation law focussing on current compliance issues, tips and traps with using a self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) and tax issues surrounding super contributions and drawing pensions. This event also briefly discussed passive investment activities of SMSFs and borrowing rules.

  • Things You Haven’t Thought To Do With Super

    21 Sep 2016 | Piper Alderman, Adelaide | SA

    This looked at emerging ideas in super, ranging from underutilised ideas, to new and novel ideas, to perhaps questionable (but interesting) ideas.

  • 2016 Property Day

    20 Sep 2016 | City West Receptions, West Perth | WA

    This event covered the following:

    • foreign investment
    • market outlook and property investment strategies for 2016
    • residential property – when does it become a development?
    • ‘ins’ and ‘outs’ of property in super
    • transfer duty and land tax
    • property investment pitfalls
    • structuring for property development .

  • Tax Opportunities in a Modern Business World: For the 'M' in SME

    16 Sep 2016 | Stamford Plaza, Adelaide | SA

    This event covered the following:

    • doing business off-shore
    • tax issues for an international workforce
    • workforce of the future – employee vs contractor
    • tax opportunities for innovative companies
    • earnouts and pre-sale dividends – “getting the cash”
    • M&A activity in the private sector group
    • ATO heads-up – where is the focus for medium sized businesses?

  • Disputes & Litigation Half Day

    15 Sep 2016 | City West Receptions, Perth | WA

    This event covered the following topics:

    • working through an audit – perspective from within an accounting firm
    • ADR and early resolution of taxation disputes
    • deciding to appeal an objection decision and assessing your prospects.

  • The New Tax Incentives for Early Stage Investors

    15 Sep 2016 | Leonda By The Yarra, Hawthorn | VIC

    This event covered:

    • a general overview of some of the key tax issues affecting startups in Australia
    • a technical analysis of the new startup investor tax concessions
    • an update on the new employee share scheme tax rules for startup companies that were enacted on 1 July 2015.

  • CGT Developments - Earnouts and Small Business Rollovers

    14 Sep 2016 | BDO, Melbourne | VIC

    The 2016 Young Tax Professionals Series features 6 sessions designed to cover a broad range of topics and recent tax developments. This session covered CGT developments - earnouts and small business rollovers.

  • End of the Day – Selling, Restructuring, Succession Planning

    07 Sep 2016 | Grant Thornton, Brisbane | QLD

    There will come a time where the client needs to seriously think about their exit strategy. This event covered essential ‘sale of business’ matters such as understanding the differences between selling entities (e.g. share sale) and selling assets, common tax issues arising from contracts and timing conditions, CGT rollovers and the application of the small business CGT concessions rules. This event also briefly touched on succession planning strategies.

  • Does the ATO Think Your Client is Risky?

    06 Sep 2016 | Perpetual, Sydney | NSW

    This event covered the following:

    • What does the ATO’s new risk differentiation framework mean to an SME?
    • is it really too much disclosure of information?
    • how do taxpayers know, change or address disputed risk profiles – what’s next for highrisk taxpayers?
    • how are taxpayers’ rights protected?
    • how do we get clients on board with the new approach?

  • Business Succession Planning Day

    01 Sep 2016 | City West Receptions, West Perth | WA

    This event covered the following topics:

    • general dos and don’ts of restructuring
    • indirect tax issues in succession
    • passing control and trusts
    • valuations
    • business disputes and shareholder agreements
    • succession planning in family business – a family perspective.

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