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Resignations, rewrites and releases

What a week! Beginning with MYEFO, last week reached a crescendo at the virtually simultaneous announcements in relation to Commissioner D'Ascenzo's resignation, the end of the Business Tax Working...

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The future of the tax profession and you

Chartered Tax Adviser information sessions What does the future look like for the tax profession in Australia and internationally? As a tax professional how will you be seen? We invite you to join...

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Tax Time 2012 deadline looms

As the first major lodgment deadline of Tax Time 2012 (31 October 2012) looms overhead, The Tax Institute is pleased to see there have been relatively few concerns arising during Tax Time 2012 so far.

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A membership update from the CEO

Membership renewal packs If you have not already received your membership renewal pack, it will be with you in the coming weeks. With the launch of the Chartered Tax Adviser designation, these packs...

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Social media for tax professionals: getting started with LinkedIn (Part 2)

This article discusses how to use LinkedIn to build your professional profile and enhance your network. Build your network LinkedIn shows any mutual connections that you have with someone, which is...

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Why do we need The National Tax Liaison Group?

I want to reflect on one of the most important of the ongoing consultation forums with the ATO, the National Tax Liaison Group (NTLG). The importance of the NTLG cannot be underestimated. The ATO is...

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Effective tax consultation

Last week, The Tax Institute wrote to the Assistant Treasurer, The Hon David Bradbury MP to set out our view on the ethical framework that should apply to all participants in the tax consultation...

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Structuring professional practices [Video]

In our latest video Andrew Noolan CTA discussed the CGT issues to consider when it comes to structuring a professional practice.

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Recorded for the Trust Issues for...

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Social media for tax professionals: getting started with LinkedIn (Part 1)

This article discusses how to use LinkedIn to build your professional profile and enhance your network. What is LinkedIn? LinkedIn is the largest professional network on the internet, with more...

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Consultation! Consultation!

One of the most important jobs that The Tax Institute performs is to engage in consultation on tax and related matters primarily with government agencies — Ministers of governments, both state and...

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Qantas and GST in the High Court

The Commissioner of Taxation had a solid win in the High Court last week in the Qantas litigation. The airline unsuccessfully argued it was not liable to the Commissioner for the GST it collected on...

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Learn from the best and brightest in tax

Keeping up to date with your professional development

Each year, the Institute runs a number of flagship residential events that are a perfect opportunity for you to meet and network with like-minded...

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Division 7A developments

With the new edition of the Division 7A Handbook publishing in October, a timely article appeared in The Tax Institute’s journal, Taxation in Australia. Read on for a summary, and click any of the...

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Cutting company tax

In the last week The Tax Institute finalised its response to the Business Tax Working Group's discussion paper on cutting the rate of company tax.

Our submission has been formulated on the basis of...

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