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Communication skills you need to succeed in tax

To go the distance as a successful tax advisor, strong communication skills will be in your repertoire. 

Whether you’re trying to secure employment in the profession, make the next step...

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Residency – Individuals (and trusts)

This post is an excerpt from the paper 'Residency – Individuals (and trusts)', this month's free technical paper for members. Individual tax residency is a ‘hot topic’ which will only continue to...

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Using tax havens – the not so bad, the bad and the downright ugly!

Written by Bob Deutsch, CTA

The use of tax havens in tax planning remains a contentious and highly charged area of public policy debate.

To be clear, when it comes to the use of tax havens,...

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Qantas tax leader’s win ticked a tangible KPI box

 
Mark Bradford, CTA was named Chartered Tax Adviser of the Year in 2016.

He tells us why applying was so worthwhile and offers his advice for those looking to apply in 2020 in this post.

 
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R&D tax incentives - Moreton Resources

This month's Monthly Tax Update looks at the significance of the decision in the Moreton case to R&D activities.

This post, produced by Brown Wright Stein Lawyers, covers the facts of the case.

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Tax Awards: “the single most beneficial event of my career”

 
2014 Emerging Tax Star Matthew Andruchowycz, CTA, reflects on winning the award and shares his advice for next year’s contenders.
 
Matthew is a Tax Lawyer at Kovich & Co, who specialises in...
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Australia’s aging population – a problem that will not go away

Written by Bob Deutsch, CTA

Australia’s aging population has been an issue for some time, but the full extent of the problem has been revealed with the recent release of a UN population study (...

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4 tips to becoming a team player

When it comes to our careers, most of us aim to succeed.

We all want to position ourselves in such a way to ensure we qualify for promotions, raises, and/or high-performance reviews in our...

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Family Trusts – Protecting the Family Jewels

Family discretionary trusts are the vehicle of choice for many family businesses and investors.

At the SME / Private Clients Day in Melbourne in July, Paul Hockridge, CTA, session looked at...

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The onus of proof following the Cassaniti decision

In his article in the August issue of Taxation in Australia, Gareth Redenbach, CTA, Barrister, Victorian Bar, Foley’s List, looks at the onus of proof following the Cassaniti decision.

The...

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