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Paving the way for Australia’s infrastructure sector - The 2017 National Infrastructure Conference

by Cheryl Goh, FTI * The first ATO Taxpayer Alert for the year has packed a punch for Australia’s infrastructure sector. Following the controversial release of Taxpayer Alert TA 2017/1 and the...
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10th Annual NSW Tax Forum - A closer look at Australia's largest tax program

The NSW Tax Forum is the largest tax program in Australia, making it a must attend event for the profession. With the event now only weeks away, here’s a closer look at some of the Forum’s key...
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A new initiative: tax debt reporting

by Robert Deutsch, CTA *

It’s now more important than ever that your clients get their tax debts under control so as to avoid an adverse credit report being made.

As from 1 July 2017, the...

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How can we simplify the tax system?

by Matthew Pawson, CTA *

At the time of posting, we approach the 2017-18 federal Budget. As in many years past, The Tax Institute has been invited to make a formal submission to the Budget...

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The past, present and future of tax advocacy

by Noel Rowland *

When Harold R Irving and Clarence Montague Orr met at 11c Castlereagh Street, Sydney, on 16 July 1943 to establish the entity now known as The Tax Institute, their intention was...

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‘Superannuation and wealth management for private business: dealing with current structures' – the 2017 Private Business Tax Retreat

Laura Hanrahan of HopgoodGanim Lawyers practises exclusively in the areas of superannuation, estate planning and administration. At the 2017 Private Business Tax Retreat, she will present ‘...
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Member profile - Wendy Maloney CTA

Wendy Maloney CTA is Business Advisory Director at Moore Stephens in Geelong, Victoria. She has been a member of The Tax Institute since 2000.

We asked Wendy about her career and life.


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Blowing the whistle on tax avoidance

by Stephanie Caredes CTA *

The Australian Government is looking to review the protections afforded to ‘whistleblowers’ who blow the whistle on misconduct.

The Government identified that there are...

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