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Graduate Diploma of Applied Tax Law: your complete guide

Tax is a complex, dynamic profession – there’s always a new challenge around the corner, always something new to learn. Tax advisers require not only in-depth knowledge but the skills to provide...

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CTA, CPA and CA: what’s the difference and what should you study?

Many people embarking on or making the transition into a career in tax aren’t sure what formal learning or qualification will help them the most. What’s best in the short and long term? What...

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Unpacking common tax strategies with Tom Delany, CTA

These days, the ATO and other regulatory bodies have access to more data and analysis tools than ever before. Combined with the expansion of the ATO Tax Avoidance Taskforce, and it’s vital that you...

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Discover the latest developments in corporate and indirect taxes

Tax is an ever-changing landscape, where there’s always more to learn. Having the opportunity to pick up new knowledge at your fingertips is something that separates great tax practitioners from...

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3 unmissable sessions at the WA Tax Forum

Our 2021 WA Tax Forum is just a few short weeks away – and the program is bursting at the seams with excellent insights for you and your tax team.

Highlighting the best of local Western Australian...

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Latest changes in R&D taxation with Mariana von Lucken

You won’t catch Mariana von Lucken, CTA Partner at HLB Mann Judd, preparing for her speaker sessions just anywhere. Instead, you’ll find her out on the water at any opportunity.

“It always makes...

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Leading from trials to triumph: connect with the best leaders around the country

When the going gets tough, great leaders get going. Our ever-popular Women in Tax series of events is back, kicking off with Leading from trials to triumph sessions held in each capital city around...

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Discretionary trusts: exploring the key issues for tax practitioners

It’s clear from speaking to Julie Van der Velde, CTA, from VdV Legal, that for her, a career in tax is rooted in a desire to help ordinary Australians and their families.

When we sat down with Julie...

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Dr Julianne Jaques QC: transfer pricing issues “can only increase”

Did you know the first Australian transfer pricing provision was introduced in 1921 largely in response to the alleged transfer pricing practices of one major international company? This company...

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Unpacking the Superannuation Guarantee: just who is an employee?

The Superannuation Guarantee Amnesty period flew by during the COVID-19 lockdowns with many taxpayers missing the opportunity to utilise the amnesty to correct mistakes or oversights in their...

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