2019 Tax Agent Guide Online

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2019 Tax Agent Guide Online

Stay At The Forefront of Taxation Changes - The IPA’s National Tax Roadshow

With Materials authored by Jo-Anne Hotston and TaxBytes

The Tax Agent Guide Roadshow ensures all professionals working in the tax space and their employees are up to date with the latest changes and developments to Australian Tax Laws in preparation for the 2019 tax return.

These two webinars are designed for practitioners and their staff who have responsibility for preparing/reviewing individual and business (partnership, company, trust) tax returns for the 2019 year. The two webinars and supporting materials will include reference to the main changes in the law for the past 12 months (cases, rulings and legislation) that are likely to impact on preparing a 2019 income tax return or providing advice to clients. The changes flowing from the 2019 Budget will be incorporated in the material and include all updated rates, thresholds and ceilings

The newly created guidebook and presentation provides technical updates, insights and discussions exploring the impact of recent tax changes and what it means for you and your clients.

Held over two consecutive days
Wednesday 24 July, 11:30 am to 2 pm AEST
Thursday 25 July, 11:30 am to 2 pm AEST, 11 am SA, 9:30 am WA
Redback Video Webinar

Notes will be distributed electronically prior to the session.

About the presenter:

Peter Adams - Augmentor Trust - has more than 20 years experience as a tax practitioner and has worked in senior tax management roles with both KPMG and PwC as well as in commerce. More recently Peter has focused on providing tax consulting and tax training services in the SME market.

Registration

Tax Agent Guide Online

  • M (E:$440.00 R:$440.00)
  • NM (E:$550.00 R:$550.00)
  • S (E:$440.00 R:$440.00)

* Price flags: R=Regular, E=Early, NM=Non Member, M=Member, S=Student

Prices are inclusive of GST where applicable. For further details on the GST amount charged on your purchase refer to your tax invoice which will be emailed to you on receipt of payment