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The R&D tax incentive – latest developments

Kristina Kipper (KPMG)

Research and development (R&D) is becoming an ever-present form of business activity that companies engage in to ensure they remain relevant and competitive in...

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Is there a place for morality and ethics in tax law?

Written by Robert Deutsch CTA *

The release of the Paradise Papers has triggered a strong response from many sectors of society. This has raised an interesting question. When structuring the...

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33rd National Convention – what to look out for in the 2018 program

The Tax Institute's National Convention in Cairns next year will be all about reinvention.
Technology has caused an upheaval across the globe, with local tax practitioners reinventing...
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Member profile – Annette Morgan

Annette Morgan is a lecturer in the Faculty of Business and Law at Curtin University in Western Australia. We asked Annette about her career and life.

Annette Morgan CTA

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Transfer balance cap: time to consider post-30 June 2017 issues

The introduction of the transfer balance cap measures led to a frantic amount of activity for self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) advisers and their clients in the lead up to 1 July 2017. In...

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How the tax profession can stay relevant

by Steve Healey CTA (Life) *

Some members of the tax profession have argued that the Australian Taxation Office – by introducing automation, standard business reporting and other efficiencies –...

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