The IPA’s Tax Agent Guide Roadshow is back for 2023!
The 2023 IPA Tax Agent Guide comprehensively addresses all the tax issues that you will encounter in servicing the needs of your individual and small and medium-sized business clients.
The 2023 Guide sets out all the legislative, case law, and ATO guidance changes that have arisen during the past year that you need to understand from both a compliance and advisory perspective.
It is a resource you can continually dip into and use during the 2023 tax season as it explains each label of the individual income tax return so that you can feel confident in addressing both the common and quirky issues that may arise in preparing 2023 returns.
This year’s guide has been refreshed to provide not only the relevant knowledge you need to practically understand but also the pragmatic insights on various key developments and how they may apply to your clients.
Some of the new topics addressed in the 2023 Guide include:
- Explaining the new stringent rules that apply to the claiming of home office expenses.
- Reviewing the ATO’s toughened stance in relation to rental properties including new areas of risk and audit focus.
- Understanding the operation of the proposed extra 20% temporary deduction for digital take up and external training of employees including their possible retrospective application.
- Explaining the ATO’s hit list of concerns in claiming the small business CGT concessions.
Who should attend?
The 2023 Tax Agent Guide has been prepared and will be presented by practitioners who are not only expert presenters but also understand the real-world challenges that you and your staff encounter in correctly preparing individual and business returns whilst running a commercial practice.
Our 2023 Tax Agent Guide and its delivery has been designed to address the needs of not only seasoned practitioners but also newer starters wanting a solid foundation on which to prepare returns.
- Presenters who are not only highly experienced practitioners but also recognised tax trainers.
- Interact with your expert presenter to resolve and clarify issues.
- Work through case studies that apply key content.
- Obtain a comprehensive and expert resource that you can regularly refer to during tax time.
- Meet and share your experiences and concerns with other practitioners.
- Earn 7 CPD hours.
You may also wish to consider attending our 2023 Tax Essentials training day which addresses various tax developments in respect of trusts (particular section 100A), worker classification as an employee or independent contractor, business restructures, and the FBT salary packaging of exempt electric vehicles.