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SMSFs, property, LRBA, international issues, and more: The road ahead

One year on from the introduction of the most significant superannuation reforms in over a decade, practitioners working at the coalface are experiencing a diverse range of compliance and...
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Outbound Infrastructure Investment : Key Issues in Structuring Outbound Investments

Australia’s infrastructure deficit, stable legal system and AAA credit rating has led to a focus on Australian infrastructure investment opportunities. This has naturally led to increasing...

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3 traits that make a great tax professional

Tax expert Andy Milidoni, CTA, reveals 3 traits that define a successful tax professional. He also shares his tips on how to keep growing as a tax expert.
Any tax practitioner knows that...
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Family law’s unintended tax implications – 2019 Barossa Convention

Relationship breakdowns are challenging even before the tax implications are considered, but proper planning can help avoid and reduce the unintentional trigger of tax liabilities.

At this...

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Advocacy work is in full swing

Written by Stephanie Caredes, CTA, Tax Counsel

It has been a very busy start to the year for the Tax Policy and Advocacy team with numerous submissions already on our plate. 
We are...
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Why ‘learning agility’ is crucial for success in tax

Sabah Hussain, FTI, Marketing & Innovation Finance Manager - Tip Top Australia (George Weston Foods), on why curiosity is King in tax.
For Sabah, working within a daily fresh...
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Robert Campbell, CTA, on saving marriages and more

Yes, you read right. Here is a glimpse into how a tax professional does exactly that.
Robert Campbell, CTA, and Director at McCleod, Campbell & Associates, started his career in an...
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When Does Tax Advice Become Legal Advice Which Contravenes State or Territory Law

For accountants and lawyers practising in tax, it can be difficult to stay across the range of different laws that apply in each State and Territory.

Every tax practitioners and tax agents should be...

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New superannuation reforms one year later – Practical issues for SMSFs

One year on from the introduction of the most significant superannuation reforms in over a decade,
practitioners working at the coalface are experiencing a diverse range of compliance and...
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What happened in tax since December

Written by TaxCounsel Pty Ltd
The following points highlight important federal tax developments that occurred since December 2018.
Each month, these developments are considered in...
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SMSF reporting, hot topics, tips & traps

The 2017 financial year saw the most significant changes in superannuation law for more than a decade. The introduction of new concepts including Total Super Balance and Transfer Balance Cap...

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Trusts, Philanthropy and family feuds – 2019 WA Estate & Succession Planning Intensive

Over the next 20 years there will be the biggest intergenerational transfer of wealth ever. Couple this with Australia’s ageing population and there’s no doubt that obtaining advice on all areas...
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The washup from the Banking Royal Commission

Written by Bob Deutsch, CTA, Senior Tax Counsel The washup from the Banking Royal Commission conducted last year has resulted in a number of compensation and related payments being made by the...

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