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International tax practice – is it about to become a whole lot more complicated?

written by Robert Deutsch CTA *

The practice of international tax has always been complex and challenging. In part, this has been the result of adjustments which must be made to conclusions...

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A year for us to make a difference

Tracey Rens CTA

written by Tracey Rens *

I am incredibly honoured to serve as president for 2018 and I extend my thanks to the National Council, the dedicated Institute team, and our...

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Super and the expiry of the CGT relief – 2018 WA Superannuation Intensive

Trustees of superannuation funds, including self-managed funds, who adjust their asset allocations to comply with the transfer balance cap and transition-to-retirement income stream reforms that...
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The tax professional of the future – 2018 Barossa Convention

At a time in which traditional knowledge boundaries are rapidly eroding, the tax profession faces more serious challenges than in any other historical period.

Recent years have seen...
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Super death benefits & strategy beyond 1 July 2017 – WA Superannuation Intensive

1 July 2017 saw the biggest changes to superannuation in almost a decade. While professionals have generally come to grips with what the new rules mean, they are still working through a number...

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Tax agents and privacy – don't stick your head in the sand!

written by Robert Deutsch CTA * A number of members of The Tax Institute have commented upon the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 (‘the Act’) which commences to formally...

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An exciting year ahead

Vince Lendrum

written by Vince Lendrum *

Following a comprehensive review of our activities last year, including consultation with members and key stakeholders, 2018 will be a year of...

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Superannuation – a new, simple 15/15/0 regime

written by Robert Deutsch CTA *

At its most fundamental, superannuation is all about money being set aside throughout one’s working life so as to provide an adequate level of funding for one’s...

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Member profile - Sylvia Villios

Dr Sylvia Villios CTA

Dr Sylvia Villios is a Senior Lecturer in the Law School at the University of Adelaide, where she researches and teaches in taxation law.

We asked Sylvia about her...

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Business solvency – salvaging what you can: WA 'Dealing with a Client in Financial Distress' day

Clients can find themselves in financial distress for a wide range of reasons. And that financial distress can translate to real anxiety.

Clients often ignore the warning signs, which can...
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Cairns and the Convention – a focus on our program for accountants

2017 was a year of significant upheaval for tax and accounting professionals.

2018 will be no different, with new rules, new ATO initiatives, and the always-accelerating rate of...
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