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Tomorrow’s tax practice: part 2

Published on 01 Oct 21 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

The tax practice is now being influenced by constantly developing artificial intelligence. Like many other professions, technology will influence and change how the industry works. However, despite what many think, it isn’t something us humans haven’t dealt with before.

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Stephen Healey CTA-Life
Photo of author, Stephen HEALEY Steve is a Director and Partner with RSM Australia and leads the firm’s tax business in Queensland. He has in excess of 27 years professional experience advising some of Queensland’s largest listed and government-owned entities and transactions in addition to advising many privately owned enterprises. Steve has been involved with The Tax Institute for many years. He was National President of the Institute in 2015, is a past Queensland State Chairman and is a member of the Queensland State Council. Steve is also a member of the Advisory Panel to the Board of Taxation. - Current at 26 May 2020
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Adrian Cartland
Photo of author, Adrian CARTLAND Adrian is a taxation and commercial lawyer and Principal of Cartland Law. He specialises in devising novel solutions to complex trust, equity, partnership and contract law issues and transactions. He is experienced in all the State taxes, particularly stamp duty and land tax, and advises across the full range of Federal taxes. Adrian is also the Creator of Ailira, the Artificially Intelligent Legal Information Research Assistant, which automates legal research and advice in the areas of tax law, business structuring, estate planning and domestic violence. Adrian is known for his innovative advice and ideas and also for his entertaining and insightful professional speeches. - Current at 12 January 2019
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