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Tax Knowledge eXchange Streaming Video package

Filmed at many of our most popular events, these recorded sessions add depth and context to the presentation slides and technical papers found on the Tax Knowledge eXchange. They’re also an ideal training tool for groups, large or small.

Add Streaming Video to your Tax Knowledge eXchange subscription, and you’ll receive an additional 10 CPD hours, and access to a growing library of practical videos, including:

  • Convention and seminar videos
  • Monthly Tax Updates
  • Webinar recordings.

ondemand_video Tax tips and traps for deceased estates video

10 Aug 2016 | Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Presented at: Tax Tips and Traps for Deceased Estates

This video is the recorded 10 August webinar estate and business succession planing series - tax tips and traps for deceased estates. It covers:

  • date of death (DOD) tax return
  • CGT event K3
  • administration phase
  • main residence
  • life interests - briefly.

ondemand_video July tax update video

27 Jul 2016 | Source: VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Presented at: July Tax Update

This video is the recorded 27 July 2016 online tax updates. It covers:

  • observations from the field
  • D Marks Partnership by its General Partner Quintaste Pty Ltd v FCT – facts and issues
  • The Executors of the Estate of Peter Fowler v FCT – facts and issues
  • case 3/2016 – facts and issues
  • FCT v Seven Network Limited – facts and issues.

ondemand_video The business of death need not be the death of the business video

27 Jul 2016 | Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Presented at: The Business of Death Need Not be the Death of the Business

This video is the recorded 27 July webinar estate and business succession planing series - the business of death need not be the death of the business. It covers:business interests held with others

  • solo business operators
  • employee involvement
  • small business CGT concessions.
  • ondemand_video Rogue executors, trustees and attorneys video

    13 Jul 2016 | Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: Rogue Executors, Trustees and Attorneys

    This video is the recorded 13 July webinar estate and business succession planing series - rogue executors, trustees and attorneys. It covers:

    • executors duties
    • executors/trustee
    • trustees limits
    • removal of executors/trustees
    • attorneys.

    ondemand_video June tax update video

    29 Jun 2016 | Source: VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: June Online Tax Update

    This video is the recorded 29 June 2016 online tax updates. It covers:

    • CGT withholding regime - the basics - who?
    • CGT withholding regime - the basics - what?
    • CGT withholding regime - the basics - how?
    • CGT withholding regime - the basics - why?
    • Division 7A - proposed amendments?
    • implications for trusts
    • Kameel Pty Ltd v Commissioner of State Revenue.

    ondemand_video Superannuation strategies video

    29 Jun 2016 | Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: Superannuation Strategies

    This video is the recorded 29 June webinar estate and business succession planing series - superannuation strategies. It covers:

    • significant assets in super
    • death benefit disputes increasing
    • opportunities.

    ondemand_video Refresher on Part IVA video

    14 Jun 2016 | Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: Part IVA and Anti-avoidance

    This video is the recorded 14 June webinar tax refresher series - Part IVA and anti avoidance. It covers:

    • why is Part IVA important?
    • Part IVA - objective
    • Part IVA - policy
    • requirements of Part IVA
    • scheme - Section 177A
    • the “new” Part IVA.

    ondemand_video Family provision claims: How to safeguard assets outside of your will video

    02 Jun 2016 | Source: NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    This video is a filmed session from the NSW 9th Annual Tax Forum, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation. The focus of this session explored cutting-edge strategies in relation to protecting assets that do not form part of the deceased’s actual estate from family provision claims. Disgruntled family members may use the NSW estate provisions to bring a family provision claim (or the threat of such a claim) against the deceased estate. These estates provisions are wide reaching, and can form a dangerous weapon to with which claimants can dismantle an estate plan. The Succession Act (NSW) 2006 enables court to treat certain property such as trusts and superannuation death benefits that is not actually part of their estate. This means that for a family provision claim, a court not only looks at the assets that were actually part of the deceased’s estate on death but also the assets of the estate.

    ondemand_video Practical strategies with business succession video

    02 Jun 2016 | Source: NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    This video is a filmed session from the NSW 9th Annual Tax Forum, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation. With a large number of private business owners nearing retirement, how do we pass control to the next generation, or prepare for exit? This session looked at:

    • the key tax consequences to be aware of when advising in this challenging area
    • strategies for family succession and management buy-outs
    • financing the entry and exit of shareholders
    • other consequences that you need to consider.

    ondemand_video Revenue v capital: Review of recent cases and what they mean for your business video

    02 Jun 2016 | Source: NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    This video is a filmed session from the NSW 9th Annual Tax Forum, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation. Recent cases show that the “divide” between the fruit and the tree remains a difficult one. By considering High Court and Full Federal Court decisions, this session will explore the vexed issue of characterisation. This survey of cases included coverage of the Ausnet Transmission High Court decision (expenditure side), and a discussion on how these cases may have broader application to other items of business expenses and business income.