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JobKeeper 2.1: Updated infographic

As the JobKeeper program is extended from 28 September 2020 to 28 March 2021, there have been numerous changes to the eligibility conditions, dates and other details of the program. It is imperative...

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The Tax Summit: Project Reform Daily Digest – Day 2

As we wind up Day 2 of The Tax Summit: Project Reform Virtual Summit, there are a host of new insights, opinions and ideas to engage with, from experts working across the tax landscape.

The...

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The Tax Summit: Project Reform Daily Digest – Day 1

The first day of The Tax Summit: Project Reform Virtual Summit event was bursting at the seams with debate, insight and ideas, so we want to share some of the highlights with you.

The Virtual...

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Victorian Budget could miss out on opportunity for lasting tax reform

The tax reform debate is alive and well and the approach by the various State and Federal parties is shining through and this past week the press has been alive with discussion.

Whilst we at The Tax...

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Welcome support for tax reform from NSW Treasurer, Dominic Perrottet

On Tuesday 17 November 2020, the NSW Treasurer, The Hon. Dominic Perrottet MP, released the NSW State Budget, including some key plans and support for reform of our tax system. A powerful voice for...

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Why our tax experts are looking forward to the Virtual Summit event

We wrapped up the lead in event series for The Tax Summit: Project Reform today, with our final focus session, featuring a discussion of GST and indirect taxation.

Throughout the program of Focus...

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Bernard Salt AM: Tax reform “needs to happen” as baby boomers retire

“Tax reform is not any old change that you come up with and it’s not tax cutting, either. There are people who like to say that tax reform means less tax, but that’s ideology, that’s not tax...

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Tax reform a 2025 job: Greg Smith, Former Head of Treasury Budget and Revenue Group

“Tax reform is not any old change that you come up with and it’s not tax cutting, either. There are people who like to say that tax reform means less tax, but that’s ideology, that’s not tax...

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5 top online courses to boost your tax career

Tax technical knowledge is not the only factor in a flourishing career in tax. It’s important to also regularly brush up on communication skills, technological know-how or business wisdom to be the...

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ATO guidance, anti-hybrid rules and more: National Resources Tax Conference

It’s been 2 years since the last National Resources Tax Conference. With the resources sector in an ongoing state of flux, there has never been a more important time to attend this conference. In...

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Quick guide to The Tax Summit: Project Reform Virtual Summit event

So far, The Tax Summit: Project Reform has explored the key areas of our tax system that are ripe for reform. Through:

  • 6 Keynote addresses from some of the top economic and taxation thinkers in...
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The Tax Summit: Project Reform journey so far

With The Tax Summit: Project Reform well underway, The Tax Institute is leading the charge towards meaningful tax reform. We have passed the half way mark in our build up program to the Virtual...

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Federal Budget 2020–21 summary: Depreciating asset pooling rules

Some of the tax measures announced in the Federal Budget 2020—21 have proven to be complex and challenging for busy practitioners. Given that the Treasury Laws Amendment (A Tax Plan for the COVID-19...

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Q&A: Miranda Stewart answers your tax and transfer reform questions

Our recent Focus session on Personal Taxation and Transfer Entitlements at The Tax Summit: Project Reform, featured expert speakers Dr Ann Kayis-Kumar, UNSW, and Prof Miranda Stewart, CTA, ANU &...

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