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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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Property ownership and taxes: great Australian landmines

Thomas Aitkenhead, Director at Hoffman Kelly Chartered Accountants is a fan of spending time with his 8-month-old daughter, watching Ru Paul’s Drag Race and playing tennis. In that order.

He is...

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11 professional development goals to set – and meet – in 2021

Whether you’re in the market for a new position in 2021, gunning for a promotion at your current company or simply looking to improve your professional skills and keep up to speed, continued...

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5 online courses to make you a better leader at your tax practice

Teams of tax practitioners all over Australia have been put to the test this year – and so have the people leading them. Whether you’re a small practice owner managing your whole business, or a team...

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Boost your work wellbeing: 3 top strategies and how to learn them

Most of us spend at least 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, at work. That’s a huge part of your life spent at work, and no matter how much you love your career in tax, sometimes it can take a toll on...

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7 essential, quick online courses to tackle before Christmas

One of the best things about a career in tax is that you never stop learning. But life is busy these days and you can’t always devote as much time as you might like to adding new skills to your...

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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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Tax Intensive at Terrigal: Delving into the pitfalls of financing arrangements

 

At the 28th Noosa Tax Intensive this year, Mariana von Lucken, CTA, will be presenting Plenary 4: The pitfalls of particular financing arrangements.

Private businesses and family investment...

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