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2020 Tasmanian State Convention

Published on 15 Oct 2020 | Took place at Online, TAS

The Tasmanian State Convention remains the state’s premier taxation event. The learning and engagement opportunities the Convention provided are arguably now more important than ever given the current challenges we are facing collectively as a country, and specifically as tax practitioners. Again, we gathered a program of outstanding speakers who presented on a range of topics we consider are most relevant to Tasmanian tax practitioners and provided a good understanding of the current issues to assist you and your clients.

As you may expect a number of this year’s sessions focused on the rapidly changing economic, legislative and administrative environment for tax practitioners. The upcoming Federal budget and the need for tax reform was expertly covered by well renowned Robyn Jacobson and Andrew Mills from The Tax Institute’s tax policy and advocacy team.

Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.

Individual sessions

Keynote: Post-Budget policy update

Author(s):  Robyn Jacobson

This presentation covers:

  • major economic parameters
  • personal income tax cuts — legislated
  • personal income tax cuts — insights
  • expanded small business tax concessions
  • loss carry back.
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SMSFs – Where are we now?

Author(s):  Melanie Dunn

This presentation covers:

  • contributions - what’s new?
  • total super balance (TSB) considerations
  • contribution issues for high income earners
  • considerations when moving into retirement.
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Leases of commercial real property – What you need to know

Author(s):  Tim TIERNEY

This paper covers:

  • what is a lease?
  • what are the key types of lease?
  • the code of practice for retail tenancies
  • are there any standard terms?
  • how do I negotiate the lease terms?
  • is this the property?
  • is a special form required?
  • is registration required?
  • do I need a lawyer?
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