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Tax residency issues “the new black”: insights for young tax professionals

Residency is a key concern to understand when it comes to just about any tax practice, whether you’re advising individuals or multinational corporations with cross-border interests. But how do you...

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Litigation, digitalisation and COVID-19: talking transfer pricing in 2020

“I started in tax 35 years ago at the ATO in Perth where I cut my tax teeth in the assessing, advisings and appeals groups before moving to Canberra in early 1993 where I encountered transfer...

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3 traits that make a great tax professional

 
Any tax practitioner knows that working in tax can be likened to professional problem-solving. On a day-to-day basis, you are working with clients and sifting through legislation to produce the...
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Three key elements for a leading tax career: hear from Louise Meijer CTA

A good professional reputation is worth its weight in gold. Building that reputation can be challenging at times, but ultimately, is the path to a rewarding, top tax career. 

To uncover the...

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Insights into working on tax disputes: Keith Swan

Whether you’re working with small family businesses or multimillion-dollar corporations, tax disputes are a fact of life for many tax practitioners.

Our Tax Disputes Online Series is a wonderful...

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Advocacy on Victorian Stage 4 COVID-19 lockdown restrictions

The nation is reeling from the current situation in Victoria. Robyn Jacobson CTA, our Senior Advocate and a Melbourne resident currently in lock down, recently reached out to our Victorian members...

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Section 100A reimbursement agreements: the ‘ordinary family dealing’ exception

Section 100A is an anti avoidance provision which allows the ATO Commissioner to disregard trust distributions that are made as part of “reimbursement agreements” and tax the trustees at the top...

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CTA: The international standard in tax

From companies with offices around the world, to social media and virtual conferences, these days your professional world is bigger than ever before. And a global profession calls for an...

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Is the post-COVID-19 world ready for GST reform? John Hewson weighs in

As of 1 July this year, the GST has been in practice in Australia for 20 years. Its introduction was Australia’s last major tax reform, 30 years in the making. The 2020 Supporting the Road to...

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Technical excellence & wide networks: Tony Frost’s insights for a top tax career

What does it mean to “make it” in the world of tax? And what skills, attitudes and opportunities make learners into leaders in the tax profession?

At our Women in Tax National Conference 2019, we...

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