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Vacant land deductions, the Eichmann Case and more…

With recent legislative changes made and ATO guidance released, deductions associated with vacant land is a hot topic right now. There have also been a number of recent cases and ATO statements made...

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21 years after it was introduced, GST is back in vogue

Have you ever wondered how The Tax Institute manages to deliver such topical, relevant conference programs year on year? Behind the scenes, our program committees put in mammoth amounts of effort...

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Are superannuation taxes and Age Pension benefits sustainable?

Superannuation is a regular part of most Australian's lives – but many don't really understand the ins and outs of the rules around concessions, pensions and how our super is taxed. That's where tax...

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Biden’s Tax Reform Plan for the U.S. – an expert policy perspective

As the tax reform debate heats up in the U.S., the implications for international investors, businesses and indeed economies, are a hot topic. No matter where you fall on the political divide,...

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Behind the scenes look at a leading conference program

Have you ever wondered how The Tax Institute manages to deliver such topical, relevant conference programs year on year? Behind the scenes, our program committees put in mammoth amounts of effort...

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Infrastructure from A-Z at the 2021 National Infrastructure Conference

Investing in infrastructure is key to a working, efficient economy. Developing and maintaining roads, ports, pipelines, energy and other essential infrastructure assets is important at any time, but...

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Why the 2021 National Superannuation Conference is a must-attend

Superannuation affects almost everybody in Australia. As a tax practitioner, being able to confidently advise your clients on this crucial topic gives them greater control and confidence to make the...

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The changing face of transfer pricing dispute resolution in Australia

Thomas Ickeringill, Senior Associate in the Allens Tax Group is a chess player, a footy fan and can cook up a mean roast or curry. And when he’s not busy readying his home to welcome he and his...

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Developments in the 'burden of proof' in R&D Tax Incentive claims

The R&D Tax Incentive ('RDTI') has for many years been, and continues to be, the Australian Government's principal measure to encourage industry R&D. As a program based on self-assessment, the...

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What to expect at the 2021 Trusts Intensive

This September, trust experts from around the country will come together for the online 2021 Trusts Intensive to deliver an outstanding technical program.This series, taking place over two weeks on...

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